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CLINICAL FACIAL ANATOMY
CLINICAL FACIAL ANATOMY - ANATOMY DISSECTION & LIVE INJECTION COURSE
ACADEMIC ANATOMY & INJECTION COURSE
8 - 9 - May, 2015
AMSTERDAM - Netherlands
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Dear colleagues,
It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 2nd edition of the CFA  “Clinical Facial Anatomy - Dissection & Live Injection Course, which will take place in Amsterdam from 8 to 9 May, 2015. This course is structured and organized based on the SAFE® Concept (Scientific Anatomical Filler Education/Experience) for Scientific Aesthetic Experts. The SAFE® concept is used to inform and educate our peers to improve safety and efficacy in cosmetic medicine and Aesthetic surgery.
SCIENTIFIC-BASED
The course aims to cover the essential science behind the materials/products to be employed. This includes evidence-based information on bacteriology (biofilms) and antiseptics as well as efficacy, longevity and safety of fillers and toxins.

ANATOMY ESSENTIALS
The anatomical layering concept is highlighted covering the important BIG SIX regions (forehead, temple, tear trough, cheek, lips& perioral, jawline & neck). Danger zones are discussed with location and course of relevant nerves, arteries and mimetic muscles. Volume considerations of different facial compartments are discussed with strategies on balancing techniques of voluminization and superficial filling with muscle relaxation with toxins.

FILLER
Updates include science and efficacy of SAFE dermal fillers and toxins. Experts will demonstrate the most clinically relevant methods for each of the following : choice of filler for each area, how to differentiate between different fillers, combination with PRP, threads, etc. Special attention will be given to specific acute and late complications and their treatment as well as dealing with previous “filled” zones.

EDUCATION
The course covers basic, intermediate and advanced injection techniques on different areas. Other aspects of treatment will be as well covered such as pain control, treatment room set-up and safety, patient comfort and dealing with anxiety and difficult patients.

SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR
Ali PIRAYESH
Plastic Surgeon,
The Netherlands