Fellowship in Facial Aesthetics (FIFA)

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Course Description


The goal of this program is to produce competent Facial Aesthetics and/or teachers who shall be,
1. Able to diagnose the situation and provide proper treatment
2. Knowledgeable in various AESTHETIC techniques
3. In the position to repair & restore the lost structure to maintain harmony between both the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity and facial structures
4. Knowledgeable in the available materials
5. Skillful to execute the treatment
6. Able to assess the predictable long-term results.
7. Able to manage complications that may arise after Treatment
OBJECTIVES This course must enable the student
1. To replace lost natural structures
2. To restore functional ability, esthetics
3. To maintain patients health
4. To educate the patient on the importance of esthetics
5. To acquire knowledge from a historical perspective to advancement in the subject proper and related topics.

FACIAL AESTHETICS b2

Anatomy & Anesthesia

  • Anesthesia for minimally Invasive Cosmetic surgery of Head and Neck
  • Local Anesthesia Blocks of Head and Neck
  • Anatomy of Head and Neck
  • Blood supply, Nerve supply
  • Skin
  • Universal Classification of skin type
  • Facial Scale : Measurement of facial skin & soft –tissue laxity
  • Facial aging & its mechanics
  • Peptides for Facial skin aging
  • Treatment of Hyperpigmented photodamaged skin
  • Chemical Peels: Rejuvenation of Neck
  • Types of peel Intraoral / Extraoral use
  • Combined techniques of Ablative skin resurfacing
  • Photorejuvenation
  • Electrocoagulation
  • Microderma -abrasion
  • Medico-legal aspects of Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Ethics in cosmetic practice
  • Blood
  1. Blood product / Derivative
  2. Plasma Skin Resurfacing
  3. Concept of PRP ,PRF , IPRF, APRF
  4. Extraoral & Intraoral use of Blood derivative
  5. Application/ Use of PRP/PRF
  6. Face, skin , hair , joints injections
  • Botulinum Toxin
  1. Serotypes
  2. Techniques, Complications
  3. Extraoral / Intraoral use
  • Mesotherapy
  • Fillers
  1. What are fillers
  2. Full face lift (8 point lift)
  3. Complete face points
  4. Mini facelift
  5. Facial implants
  6. Intra oral use of fillers
  7. Lip Augmentation
  8. Nose , chin Augmentation
  • Threads
  1. History of sutures/ threads
  2. Antigravity/ elevation lift
  3. Biolifting & bioresurfacing
  4. Types of threads

Micro Needling

  • Hair Restoration
  1. Aesthetic principles for hair restoration
  2. FUE/ FUT METHOD
  3. Application of FUE Methods
  4. Mesotherapy for treatment of Male type Alopecia
  5. Female type alopecia

Complication

  1. LASERS
  2. Radiofrequency
  3. Laser scar removal
  4. Laser hair removal
  5. Surgery for prominent ears

2-day Revision class of all modules

Exam – theory and practical

Work done Presentation

CLINICAL EXPOSURE DURING FELLOWSHIP COURSE

  • Application of Blood derivatives PRP/PRF
  • PRP / PRF for Facelift , Scar treatment, Combination procedures intraoral
  • Concept of Injectables
  • Dermal Fillers – 8 Point lift, Rhinoplasty , Chin , lip , Ear augmentation
  • BOTOX, application on Face, Para functional habits
  • Collagen threads Application on Face , lips , Eyebrows
  • Chemical peels – For face, Scalp
  • Hair restoration: FUE method, PRP , Hair Stem cells
  • Lipo solutions
  • LASERS: Scar removal , Pigmentation , Tattoo removal , Hair Reduction
  • Microdermabrasion, Mesotherapy, R.F

EXAMINATION PATTERN FOR FELLOWSHIP:

Module Based:

  • After Every modules there will be 50 MCQ based Examination for evaluation

Final Examinations:

Day 1: Theory Written Exams (100 Marks)

Day 2 : Clinical Examination

Major Case

  • Blood derivatives – PRP for Face Lift & Scalp PRP

Minor Case

Use of Injectables:

One Case of Each:

  • Fillers or Botox
  • Chemical Peel
  • Microderma