Sunday, September 25 Why precise planning is the missing ingredient. How to plan periorbital rejuvenation with fillers – Dr Uche Aniagwu
Like most cosmetic injections, the infraorbital region tends to follow the standard steps that lead to consistently good and safe outcomes -Assessment, Planning and Execution (APE). Yet, we’ve seen an industry lean toward emphasising only the Execution phase. The uncanny thing about these phases of treatment is that a suboptimal outcome in one phase leads to greater demand in the following phase, and often that demand is unmet, leading to suboptimal injecting outcomes. The APE system may carry its greatest significance in the infraorbital region, which is notoriously difficult to treat and presents fine margins in which to execute. For the purpose of this presentation, we will be focusing on the “Planning” phase to demonstrate exactly how the marking up of the infraorbital region can be the difference between consistently non-complicated outcomes or consistently poor outcomes.
Managing complications, regulation, anatomy, consultation and communication skills, injectable treatments, body contouring and skin rejuvenation – the aesthetic medicine North conference programme has got it all.
Giving delegates access to CPD- accredited learning, our 2022 line-up brings some new faces to our Manchester event, as well as featuring some of the most successful practitioners based in the Midlands, North and Scotland, as well as leading lights from London.
Sponsored by Hydrafacial and Gelida Medica and with chairs including Mr Arturo Almeida and Cheryl Barton, the conference will cover a broad range of topics across two jam-packed days.
With a full-day, medics-only, clinical programme on Sunday, September 25 and a full-day aesthetic practice agenda being hosted on Monday, September 26, we’ve got you covered.
Here are just some of the speakers and sessions you won’t want to miss.
Delve into the world of injectable and medical skin treatments on the morning of Sunday, September 25, with talks on:
• Dr Sharon Kaur Spacing lip treatments over time to allow acclimatisation and integration of filler for the natural results
• DrApostolos Vlachogiorgos Versatility in PLLA fillers, body indications and applied anatomy
• Tracey Dennison The journey: holistic full face rejuvenation from the skin down
• Dr Rita Nandi Combination therapies for the eye area
• Dr Uche Aniagwu Why precise planning is the missing ingredient. How to plan periorbital rejuvenation with fillers
• Dr Ahmed El Houssieny Off-label use of toxin
• MrArturo Almeida Body contouring from energybased devices to fat dissolving injectables
The afternoon will see a focus on anatomy, challenging treatment areas and managing complications, with talks including:
• Dr MJ Rowland Warmann Ultrasound in aesthetic practice and risk mitigation/ how to launch it in your practice
• MrTaimur Shoaib Tear troughs for the beginner and advanced injector: Anatomy, techniques, risks and pitfalls
• Dr Martyn King Flowcharts for the management of an acute complication in nonsurgical aesthetic practice
• Susan Young Multilayering techniques with dermal filler
• DrYusra Al-Mukhtar The art and science of nonsurgical nose reshaping
Other speakers will include Amanda Wilson and Dr Raj Thethi.
On Monday, September 26, the focus will be on regulation , consultation and in-clinic treatments:
• Cheryl Barton Factors to consider when undertaking a consultation
• Tracey Jones How can being registered with the healthcare regulator enhance your practice?
• MrArturo Almeida The importance of communication skills
• Vanessa Bird Consultations that sell: the ethical approach
• Karen Harrison DNA skin testing
• Dawn Knight When does the consultation process start? The impact of social media and advertising
• Kimberley Cairns A hybrid individualised approach to informed consent
• Andrew Rankin, JCCP Regulation update
• Deborah Forsythe Changing the face of menopause
• Clint Singh Clinical photography
• Amy Bird Skin health and holistic treatment approaches for when the needle doesn’t fit