Adult Open Heart Surgery Intensive Care (ICU – Oh)

  • How to deal with the clients
  • General principles of autologous fat injection
  • Facial neural blockade
  • Basic principles of consultation with the clients
  • Aging
  • Facial anatomy
  • History and types of fillers based on their biochemical structure and durability
  • Complications of filler injection and ways to prevent them
  • Various methods and techniques of filler injection
  • How to prepare the patient and remove autologous fat
  • How to transfer and inject autologous fat in different areas of the face (cheeks, under the eyes, mandible angle, chin, temples, forehead, nasolabial lines, marionette lines, and lips)
  • Before and after considerations in facial fat transfer
  • Recognizing the tools and requirements for fat transfer
  • How to perform multimodal treatments in fat transfer
  • Complications of fat transfer
  • Indications and contraindications of fat transfer
  • A review of the principles of facial anesthesia
  • A review of the fifth facial nerve branch blockade

Nowadays, due to the difficulty of supplying quality filler, one of the best face filler options is autologous fat. During this course, doctors will acquire the necessary skills for fat injection.

Course Length: 28 hours (14 hours of theory + 14 hours of practice).