Advanced Tear & Cheek Trough Dermal Fillers Course
Dermal fillers are currently the most popular non-surgical cosmetic/aesthetics procedure. Dermal fillers are small injections of gel, typically made up of hyaluronic acid and local anaesthetic, which fill in wrinkles and add volume to soft tissue. You can have dermal fillers in different parts of your face: the chin, cheeks, mouth and jaw line amongst other areas. As well as those areas, lip fillers are administered directly into the lip tissue.
Dermal Fillers basically restores lost volume to your face and plumps areas, so that deep set lines are smoothed. Why is this needed? Well, as we get older our bodies stop producing collagen and elastin, both of which contribute to the youthful look. Experts argue over when we start losing collagen; but it is generally agreed around the age of 25.Your collagen and elastin levels then decline at a rate of about 2% per year, and your body will have stopped producing it altogether by your late twenties. Dermal Fillers have been used for decades to restore lost volume or add lift resulting in a youthful appearance. The market for dermal fillers is ever growing and it is targeted at all age groups.
The tear and cheek trough is the area between your lower eyelid and cheek and as we age, we can experience volume loss in this area which can often cause dark circles and hollows under the eyes. This is not an uncommon problem and can be treated easily with Dermal Filler, which quickly and effectively restores lost volume, and reduces dark circles. It also reduces fine lines and wrinkles as the Dermal Fillers will boost collagen production by hydrating from the inside. This treatment will give you natural-looking results with a fresher, less tired-looking appearance. This is a specialised and delicate area and we will teach you how to administer in this area using the cannula method exclusively.
Non-Medics – £800
Medics – £650
Fully CPD accredited
As this is a add on advanced course, clients wishing to enrol onto this course must have previously completed our Combined Basic & Advanced Dermal Fillers course, or an approved CPD equivalent from one of our piers.
The Advanced Tear & Cheek trough course will assist students in gaining a much deeper informative insight into the field of specialised dermal fillers injectable techniques and skills in the tear and check trough region and will provide those with the practical skills needed to either start their own clinic or add a lucrative extra stream of income to an existing beauty salon, spa or aesthetics clinic. Some clients have also worked locum in busy aesthetics or beauty salons in their local areas. The course will also add to the continual professional development of the practioner.
The course will not only address the injecting aspects of the tear and cheek trough areas, but will also teach students how to inject safely in this specialised and delicate area, as well as working with clients to achieve the most desirable yet practical outcome.
The following areas will be taught –
· Tear & Cheek Trough
How the course is delivered
The course is delivered in two sections; there is a theoretical aspect and a practical aspect.
The theory work –
Upon enrolment onto our Advanced Tear & Cheek Trough course we will send out a fully CPD approved theory booklet for our clients to work through. The theory booklet covers the following modules –
- Treatment information
- Medical questionnaire
- Before & Afters
- Injection techniques
- Safety & Hygiene
- Risks, side effects, complications
- Realistic expectations
- Topical anaesthetic
At the end of each module you will need to answer two to four questions on the subject matter. It will take about 8 hours of guided learning on this section.
The Practical day –
The second section of our course is the one-day practical day.
The day will start with a 60-minute power point presentation reviewing the theory work and allowing time for any questions and queries regarding the theory aspect of the course and tear and cheek troughs in general. There will also be an introduction and overview of our facilities and training centre.
The remaining time will be spent doing practical work on our models under the direction of our fully trained aesthetics experts. We never ask our trainees to supply their own models, we provide all the models. All our trainees will be provided with uniforms and lunch.
Upon completion of the course, everything needed to begin your aesthetics practice will be given. This includes –
- Certificates from us and CPD documenting professional development hours
- Insurance details (we offer a guarantee that you get insurance)
- Prescribers (we have a prescriber pool across the UK)
- Pharmacy and supplier services
- PDF copies of consent, medical and consultation forms.
This will mean that you can start practicing as soon as you have completed your course with us. We also offer unlimited ongoing support and aftercare to all our learners.
The Tear & Cheek Trough training day’s schedule –
|9AM – 10.00AM||Introduction and overview, PowerPoint presentation and a Q&A session|
|10.00AM – 2.30PM||Injection practice on models on the tear and cheek trough areas|
|2.30PM-3.00PM||Certificate ceremony, information given to start your practice immediately. Aftercare and ongoing support info and any more Q&A’s answered.|
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Enrolment & Further Information:
To enrol or if you require further information please call us on the number at the top of the page or email over your name, contact number and which course you are interested in, to [email protected] or use our contact form to do the same. We will endeavour to contact you as soon as possible but please allow up to 48 hours.