Dermal Fillers

This comprehensive foundation level course in Dermal Fillers will enable you to give Dermal Filler injections as a qualified Practitioner once you have passed the course.

The foundation level will cover the lips, Nasolabial folds, and Marionette lines.

The course consists of theory where you will learn more with regards to what dermal fillers are and how they work along with practical training and assessment where you will learn about how to use the equipment and how to perform dermal fillers safely. You will then receive a test at the end of the training.

The course is certified by the CPD.

Provided By SkinnPro

Course Information

Course Requirements:

You must have a qualification in Level 3 Beauty equivalant or above

Course Duration:

This is a one day course

Key Learning Points:

  • History, Ethics and Law in Aesthetics
  • Role of the Advertising Standards Agency with Aesthetics
  • Pre-treatment conditions for good practice within Aesthetics
  • GMC responsibilities
  • Legal obligations in Aesthetics
  • Product Liability (On and off License product use)
  • Principles of treatment in Aesthetics
  • The importance  individualised treatments
  • Common health problems that can impact an aesthetic treatment
  • Pre-procedural client consultation and informed consent
  • Cosmetic Psychology in Aesthetics
  • Facial assessments: identifying the suitable pathway to facial rejuvenation.
  • Dermatology in Aesthetics
  • Dermal Filler Use in Aesthetics
  • Practice of Dermal Filler use in Aesthetics
  • How dermal fillers work
  • Threshold for onward referral
  • What are Dermal Fillers?
  • Benefits and Limitations of Dermal Fillers
  • Product Selection
  • What are Derma fillers used for
  • Contraindications for Treatment
  • Cautions for Treatment
  • Dermal Filler Injection Techniques
  • Dermal Filler volume comparison
  • Linear Threading Technique
  • Fanning Technique
  • Cross-Hatching Technique
  • Serial Puncture  Technique
  • The Aesthetic Consultation – Client centric “4 the Client”
  • Assessing Asymmetry of the face
  • Positioning the Patient
  • Equipment
  • Injection Precautions:
  • Muscles of the face
  • Veins, Arteries and Nerves of the face
  • Complications and Post Treatment Advice
  • Treatment Areas
  • Lips
  • Areas of the Lips
  • Nasolabial
  • Marionette Lines
  • Injection Placement
  • Arterial supply to the lips
  • Dermal Filler Information and Consent Background
  • Possible side effects
  • Medical History
  • Hyaluronidase Protocol
  • Recognising complications with HA fillers
  • Health conditions which may affect treatment
  • Post Treatment Advice:
  • Protocol for resolving bruising and swelling
  • Dermal Filler Aftercare Advice

Dermal Fillers


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