Forehead Contouring With Dermal Fillers (FC 301)
The goal of this online program is to teach students how to use injectables to achieve the optimal masculine and feminine forehead contour.
Covered Topics Include:
- Masculine vs Feminine Forehead Contouring
- Safety & Anatomy
- Product & Placement
- Video demo of Forehead Contouring, “Needle vs Cannula”: Step-by-step injection techniques
ABOUT THE COURSE
The ideal forehead shape is a gentle convexity that is softly rounded with smooth contour and even texture. However, there is a gender difference of forehead contour and projection.
While a prominent brow ridge is often seen as an attractive feature for males, in females it can create a masculinized look. Concavities, flatness, lines, and asymmetry can detract from the healthy, youthful look of your face.
As we get older, the face starts to deflate due to volume loss of fat and bone. This causes the forehead to become flatter or even concave. In order to reverse this aesthetic disharmony, we can inject dermal fillers to enhance the projection and contour of the forehead to re-establish harmony. Combining dermal fillers with Botox can help smoothen the expressive lines and rejuvenate the skin texture.
STUDENTS MUST BE A CURRENTLY LICENSED:
(MD, DO, OB/GYN)
(DDS, DMD, BDS)
Upon completion of the course, students will:
- Understand the difference between masculine vs feminine forehead contour
- Understand the difference between using a needle vs a cannula in injection techniques
- Understand how to achieve the optimal forehead contour
Daniel Julien, NP
Founder of Danesthetics Medical
Dan is triple certified by the Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine. He is the founder of Danesthetics Medical, whose renowned non-surgical aesthetic clinic is located in the heart of Ottawa, the national capital of Canada.
Dan’s knowledge and expertise on injection techniques, facial anatomy and filler rheology are splendid. When it comes to teaching aesthetics, his approach is very enjoyable and simplified. His YouTube channel has been making waves in the medical aesthetics industry.