AAFE President Dr. Louis Malcmacher demonstrates how to perform thorough evaluation and volumization treatment of the mid-face areas with cheek and sub-malar enhancements. A detailed look at the anatomy will help every clinician understand the AAFE protocols in mid-face volume correction for the best esthetic outcomes. Different dermal fillers are discussed so that esthetic professionals can clearly understand the advantages and disadvantages of each material and choose what is best for their own patients. In this exciting program, you will learn:
- How to perform a thorough evaluation of the mid-face area
- Detailed anatomy review for best esthetic outcomes and least
- What you can learn just by looking at the patient’s face
- The advantages and when to use different dermal fillers for mid-face enhancement
- How to determine the proper sequence for mid-face correction procedures
- AAFE step by step treatment protocol for mid-face enhancement
- Incredible over the shoulder HD quality video of patient treatment
Dr. Louis Malcmacher is a practicing general and esthetic clinician in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Malcmacher teaches thousands of healthcare professionals each year about the latest trends and techniques in frontline dental sleep medicine, orofacial pain therapy and total facial esthetics. Dr. Malcmacher is the President of the American Academy of Facial Esthetics.
For more information about hands-on live patient Frontline TMJ, Headaches, and Orofacial Pain Therapy, Frontline Sleep Apnea and Medical Billing, and Botox® and Dermal Filler Training, please call 1-800-952-0521 or visit the American Academy of Facial Esthetics website at www.facialesthetics.org .
Healthcare professionals need to be properly trained to administer these procedures. The American Academy of Facial Esthetics assumes no responsibility for any treatment performed on patients after viewing this on-demand program.
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On Demand is worth 2 CE credits
ADA CERP CE credits may be accepted by many medical and nursing boards towards CE requirements. Professionals are advised to check with their state licensing boards.