Sat 10 February 2024 9:00 AM - Sun 11 February 2024 5:00 PM
Advanced botulinum toxin and dermal fillers FEBRUARY
Evaluate the process of ageing and difference between favourable and non-favourable ageing. Learn simple injection techniques for cosmetic procedures around the forehead, lips, cheeks, and chin.
Completion of the Basic / Therapeutic Botulinum Toxin and Intra-Oral Dermal Fillers Course (ADAVB or ADAQ) is a pre-requisite for enrolment in this course. Expand on the knowledge obtained in these prerequisite courses to include cosmetic procedures in the upper and middle facial regions using safe, evidence based and predictable methods.
Includes a practical,hands-on component in the form of clinical scenarios for treatment planning and demonstrations of all cosmetic procedures on silicone injectable manikins. Participants will have to opportunity to inject a filler-like gel into the silicone manikins to practise all cosmetic techniques of lips and cheek augmentation, as well as injecting a botulinum toxin like solution to simulate anti-wrinkle injections in the frontal and peri-orbital areas.
- Descriptive overview of the effect of ageing on bone, fat pads, cutaneous ligaments, and skin
- Classification of facial and skin types, anatomical lip zones, lip types, frontal lines, eyebrow shapes, crow’s feet and wrinkle patterns
- Cosmetic botulinum toxin and dermal fillers techniques including frontal lines, crow’s feet, lips and cheek augmentation
- Anatomical pitfalls and complications in the upper and middle facial regions.
Presented by Dr Mahmoud Bakr and Dr Mohammed Meer
ADA Member and/or Griffith Alumni - $2200
ADAVB recent graduate members - $1500
CPD hours: 10 clinical hours
Register by 27/01/2024
Also available 1 - 2 June and 9 - 10 November 2024.
Held in conjunction with
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Didactic lectures, followed by a quiz about head and neck anatomy, pitfalls and complications.
The practical application of the theoretical learnings from the first day. It will involve demonstrations of various different injection techniques. Participants will have the opportunity to practice on silicone manikins that replicate the skin injections.
Dr Mahmoud Bakr
A little bit about Dr Mahmoud Bakr, Dr Bakr is the ex-Director of Clinical Education (dentistry) and a senior lecturer in General Dental Practice at the School of Dentistry and Oral Health – Griffith University. He received his bachelor degree in Dental Medicine and Surgery from Cairo University in 2004 and completed his masters degree in 2010. In 2012, Dr Bakr was appointed as a full-time lecturer in general dental practice, with a special interest in teaching oral biology and head and neck anatomy. In 2014, Dr Bakr completed a graduate certificate in Higher Education and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in 2019. Dr Bakr is an accredited examiner for the Australian Dental Council Examination for overseas training dentists. Besides his teaching commitments, Dr Bakr is a clinician and undertakes private dental practice within Griffith University Dental Clinics. He has also published over 55 peer reviewed journal articles in different fields, including the effect of botulinum toxin on different oral tissues. Dr Bakr is a fellow of the International College of Dentists (FICD) and the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine (FACAM).
Dr Mohammed Meer
Dr Meer has been involved in clinical teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students in four of the five dental schools in South Africa. He was in private practice at Vincent Pallotti Hospital in Pinelands, Cape Town, and was a consultant at the Department of Maxillo-Facial and Oral Surgery of the University of the Western Cape before immigrating to Australia in 2007. In 2012, Dr Meer completed a graduate certificate in Higher Education. He is registered with Ahpra as a specialist oral surgeon and has a special interest in facial trauma, penetrating knife wound injuries, gunshot wounds, implantology, extra-oral (ear and finger) implants and therapeutic application of injectables in dental practice.