Master of Science in Facial Aesthetics

This Master of Science course in Facial Aesthetics is based on a unique syllabus to address the theoretical and practical aspects of facial aesthetics.  The course includes important aspects of anatomy, pharmacology, safety, clinical practice, and protocols for dealing with complications.


Minimum Qualification:


Module Based:

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

Final Examinations:

  • Day 1: Theory Written Exams (100 Marks) & Major Case 1: Blood derivatives – PRP for Face Lift & Scalp PRP 


Day 2: Clinical Examination

  • Major Case: Hair Transplant FUE
  • Minor Case

Use of Injectables: 

One Case of Each:

  • Fillers or Botox
  • Chemical Peel
  • Microderma


Maxillofacial Prosthesis

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.

Course outline

  • Head and Neck Anatomy
  • Maxilla / Mandible: Osteology, muscle attachments, blood supply & nerve supply/age changes
  • Physiology of Aging
  • Skin Anatomy – Understand skin in terms of Embryology, structure & function
  • To understand effect of aging / habits upon the skin, layers of epidermis, layers of dermis, functions of dermis cells /noncellular elements
  • Different types of Fitzpatrick skin types the effect of UV lights on the skin, sun tanning sun damage on the skin, skin ablative treatments, skin non-ablative treatments, Lasers, IPL.RF  treatments
  • Mucosa, Epithelium – Significance
  • Tempromandibular joints
  • Scalp Anatomy – Blood supply, Nerve supply, layers
  • Intraoral structure
  • Anesthesia – Face blocks, local infiltration , Intra oral  / extra oral/closed mouth
  • Collagen induction basic
  • Role of Collagen/production of Collagen
  • Cellular response, cells responsible for collagen production
  • Procedures for collagen production
  • Meso-therapy, Microdermabrasion, Microneedling
  • Collagen threads
  • History /Types of threads
  • Use of threads
  • Surgical vs Nonsurgical procedures
  • Systemic disease & Diagnosis
  • Radiographic interpretation – MRI, CT-Scan , Radiograph
  • Neoplasm and types of neoplasm
  • Investigations
  • Postoperative facial scar & Keloid


Blood derivatives:

  • Concept of Blood derivatives
  • Generations / types
  • Growth factors in the blood
  • PRP/ PRF/ I-PRF/ A-PRF / L-PRP and differences in each other
  • Cell behavior in response to centrifugation
  • Centrifugation concept
  • Clinical use Extra-oral use


Extra Oral:

Facelift, Scar Treatment, Face Rejuvenation, Dark Circles, Lip Depigmentation Combination With Other Procedures, Lasers, Fillers , Implants  Use With Stem Cells


Implants, Sinus elevations, socket elevation,Soft tissues surgery, Hard/soft tissue augmentation

Research Methodology

  1. Epidemiology & Research
  2. Collection, Analysis, Interpretation & Presentation of Data.
  3. Dissertations & Research Paper Writing
  4. Biostatistics
  • Medico-legal aspects of Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Ethics in cosmetic practice
  • Anatomy of facial pads & Physiological effects of ageing
  • Replacement options by natural and artificial
  • Dermal fillers
  • Introduction, types of fillers ,
  • Hyaluronic Acids(HA), different types based upon use and linkage
  • Indication/ contraindication of H.A
  • Injection procedures ,different manufactures , treatment of complication
  • Managing patient expectations
  • Non HA fillers – Permanent/ temporary synthetic, Autologous
  • Dermal fillers for specific region – lips hands face neck jaw body
  • Augmentation of facial fat pads with dermal fillers , aesthetic treatments
  • Intraoral uses of dermal fillers, Interpapilla loss , gingival recession , Graft material
  • Tissue engineering



  • Introduction
  • Historical milestones related with Botox in all fields
  • Types of BOTOX / Basic science of Botox
  • Therapeutic uses of BOTOX / Serotypes & Structure
  • Storage / Dilution
  • Injection technique
  • Preoperative / Postoperative assessment
  • Complications
  • Medical / Dental uses



  • Introduction
  • History of Chemical peel
  • Indication / Contraindication
  • Chemistry of peels
  • Classification of peels
  • AHA , BHA , Regional & Subtypes
  • Indication and use of separate peels
  • Priming/ Post instructions
  • Medical use / Dental use
  • Complications & Treatment
  • French peeling
  • Combination procedures
  • Ablative procedures / non ablative procedures


Physiology of aging including hormonal changes in testosterone , Growth hormones & the menopause Menopause, andropause & somatopause Hormonal replacement as anti-ageing therapy,Vitamins and anti-ageing, Role of nutrition in anti-ageing ,Role of exercise as an anti-ageing strateg, Meso-therapy Lipo solution, role & injection procedures

  • Normal Hair growth Cycles, Hair colour & variations Hair follicle anatomy ,Physiology  & pathology and how this related to hair follicle pharmacological treatment  pathological /physiological hair fall Systemic conditions related with Hair Growth & hair fall Syndrome associated with hair problems,
  • Concept of Hair aesthetics – Hair transplant systems , Biofibers and Artificial system Drug treatment , use , dose , working Non –surgical vs surgical vs Lasers system
  • Lasers – types of lasers for Hair removal ,Operating system Complications
  • Introduction
  • Types of Laser / Classification
  • Application of Lasers
  • Ablating / Non Ablating Lasers
  • Hard tissue / Soft tissue Lasers
  • Reduction of wrinkles, age spots, Melasma , post wrinkle birthmarks, spider veins, Rosacea, Unwanted hair, Removing warts & growths, Diminish scars, Removing Tattoos
  • Selections of patients, preparations of patients
  • Post treatment / care
  • Post surgical scar correction Scar revision
  • Complications
  • Potential risks
  • Follow up

Surgical vs Non surgical scar correction

  • Concept of Plastic surgery
  • Facial implants
  • Rinoplasty
  • Skin grafting
  • Selection of area Graft , types of graft
  • Selection of patients
  • Incision on Face , different procedures, Sutures, Types of sutures
  • Concept of Biological glue
  • Difference between Conventional vs Bio Glue
  • Uses , Extaoral / Intraoral
  • Stem cell
  • Aesthetic / Regenerative Medicine / Dental
  • Introduction
  • Concept of Stem cells
  • Types of stem cells
  • Pre-Examination
  • Procedures for Stem cell collections
  • Differentiations , amplifications , applications
  • Lab processing ,Isolation analysis & concentrations of stem cells in the Lab
  • Stem cell implantation
  • Anti-aging & Skin Rejuvenation by stem cells
  • Bio-fillers for wrinkle fillers
  • Body contouring
  • Cosmetic gynaecology , Scar & Stretch marks
  • Hair loss
  • Total body rejuvenation
  • Bio –identical hormones
  • Nutrition & supplements
  • Lifestyle & auto-immue diseases
  • Sports injury
  • Dental stem cells
  • Regenerative Endo / Perio
  • Plasma technologies in Aesthetic Medicine
  • Radio frequency devices and procedure
  • F Mono / Bi-Tripolar ( Exillis ,reaction ,pollogen , Fraxel etc)
  • Ultra Sound based  devices , Cryolipolysis
  • Cryolipolysis – body, face, jaw
  • Acoustic wave therapy ( X-Wave)
  • Cellulite reduction device
  • Skin lighting treatment
  • Mode of actions
  • Newest technologies & innovations in Aesthetic medicine


Maxillofacial prosthesis

  • Material used in MFP
  • Classification of materials
  • Processing methods
  • Ear, ocular prosthesis, Eye, Facial prosthesis
  • Application of Blood derivatives –PRP, PRF, I-PRF, L-PRF, A- PRF
  • PRP / PRF for Facelift , Scar treatment, Combination procedures

For lip depigmenatation , Dark circles , Face accidental Scars

Complete Intraoral use

  • Concept of Injectables
  • Dermal Fillers – 8 Point lift, Rhinoplasty , Chin , lip , Ear augmentation

Scar corrections , Intraoral use , Tissue engineering   

  • BOTOX, application on Face, Para functional habits , Migraine
  • Collagen threads Application on Face , lips , Eyebrows  

Mono / Cog / screw/ Double / White , Intraoral uses 

  • Chemical peels – For face, Scalp ,
  • Hair restoration: All Hair restorations methods ,FUE method, PRP , Hair Stem cells, Biofibers, Body hair transplant , eye brow ,eye- lesh

Beard transplant , Intraoral Hair removal

  • Lipo solutions, Cryolipo, Jaw reduction , Cellulite reduction
  • LASERS: Scar removal , Pigmentation , Tattoo removal , Hair Reduction
  • Microdermabrasion, Mesotherapy, R.F
  • Maxillofacial prosthesis

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