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* State any pre-treatment care and recognise the need for consent.


* Identify the need for topical or local anaesthesia and demonstrate the safe administration.


* Demonstrate the safe use of H A dermal fillers, in shaping eyebrows, treating the mid face (tear trough, cheek bones and cheeks), lower third of the face (lips, mandible and chin re-shaping) and internal moisturising.


* Describe the rationale behind the choice of product, dose and injection technique.


* Summarise with appropriate written and verbal aftercare advice to patients who have received HA dermal fillers.


* Demonstrate the appropriate use of clinical record taking and recall good practice, in relation to handling complaints.


* Describe safe storage and disposal methods for products and equipment used.


* Explain the insurance requirements to practice these treatments.

Beginners' filler

The course objectives for advanced training are:


* To train Doctors, dentists and registered general nurses to be competent in the administration of dermal fillers.


* Name the layers of the epidermis and describe the therapeutic effects of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, including their limitations when used as a cosmetic treatment.


* Define the mode of action of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, explaining their therapeutic effects including limitations of use and any concerns with toxicology.


* Select patients suitable for hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, including contra indications and cautions, side effect and possible adverse reactions.

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