Rhinoplasty Training Coursea-training by aUK
- Price on Application
- 1 Day
- Approved Certification
Deliver non-surgical techniques to correct your clients’ nasal contour irregularities. he term ‘medical rhinoplasty’ or ‘rinofiller’ is defined as the application of dermal fillers in the external or internal nasal area to modify or improve aesthetics or functionality. It is especially suitable for clients with minor aesthetic or functional concerns that are refractory to surgery. Nasal Contouring, reshaping, sculpting, and re-modelling of the nasal framework, without surgery using absorbable, safe dermal fillers (Hyaluronic Acid). Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty (NSR) can offer an alternative for those that require revision surgery such as saddle deformity, alar cartilage collapse or dorsal unevenness, who do not wish to subject themselves to the risks associated with surgery.
The soft tissue augmentation can give a very natural contour, even in thin-skinned patients, without the complications of surgery. For patients, the main attractions of NSR are that there is very little downtime compared to a surgical approach, a lower risk of complications, as well as its affordability. NSR involves the use of soft tissue augmenters such as Hyaluronic Acid (HA). These injectable products can be used to correct deformities that would otherwise require significant surgery, social downtime, and a high cost. The use of fillers in the nose is a more subtle treatment that allows for a limited augmentation and correction of some defects and can also give long-lasting results of up to 3 years.
You will Learn:
Learning about the anatomy of the nose
Study the important angles of the face
Indications and contraindications of non-surgical rhinoplasty
Competence in delivering excellent rhinoplasty results
Non-invasive adjustment of nose imperfections
Thorough consultation process
Full overview of anatomy
Complications and contraindications. You must have full injectable training to be accepted on to our Rhinoplasty courses.
a-training by aUK
The Old Malthouse,
Tel: 01476 568 378Web: http://a-training.co.uk