Part 1 – Facial Beauty and Anti-Aging: Dr. John Char discusses what is the natural course of an aging face. The difference between dynamic versus static wrinkles. What happens when hyaluronic acid and collagen are lost in the face and skin. Botox neuromodulators and dermal fillers are used to smooth the wrinkles and relax the facial muscles. Are they safe to use in the body? What are the side effects of anti-wrinkle injections? Dr. Char clears up the myths associated with Botulism Toxin A. Contraindications are discussed.
Part 2 – Advanced Facial Esthetics: The areas in the face and neck commonly treated for facial esthetics and facial pain are discussed. What are the qualities of an ideal facial dermal fillers? Preferred areas in the face and neck injecting Botox. Dermal fillers used to treat the lips, cheek and chin. Why patients are treated with temporary fillers versus permanent or semi-permanent fillers. The dentist, physician and nurses are taught facial esthetics from the AAFE, the American Academy of Facial Esthetics. Who are the professionals that are licensed to do facial esthetics?