Non-Surgical Brow Lift Using Fillers
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IIWAM Aesthetic Education (previously known as Aesthetic Academy Asia) provides evidence-based Aesthetic Medical courses with Dual International Certificates for Medical Doctors, Dentists, Nurses & Certified Aestheticians. In our last article, we spoke about using Botox and other neurotoxins as an option for a non-surgical brow lift.
(Read the blog here- Botox: Non-Surgical Brow Lift Using Neurotoxins)
Do you know that Dermal Fillers can also be used for a non-surgical brow lift? This is how it works…
Dermal fillers are used to contour, balance, add volume, and proportion the face. The most commonly used dermal fillers are made from cross-linked hyaluronic acid. They are temporary and reversible. By injecting a dermal filler underneath the eyebrow, support can be given to the eyebrow and this elevates the eyebrow up. Doctors can inject 0.5 cc to 1.0 cc in this area. It also helps to soften the bony orbital rim around the eyebrows, leading to a softer and more youthful appearance. By placing fillers on the bony rim, we can augment the brow and reduce any showing of the underlying skull.
Finally, dermal fillers can be used in the middle half of the upper lid/brow to help to reduce the apparent sag of the eyelids. Usually, upper eyelids droop from the outer half first, and this makes the middle half look relatively hollow. By filling the middle half of the brow/eyelid, balances the appearance of the upper eyelid and reduces the apparent drooping of the eyelid. The results, or longevity of the fillers, lasts for about 10 – 12 months depending on the type of filler used.
Risks & Benefits of using Dermal Filler for Non-Surgical Brow Lift
Dermal fillers give instant, natural-looking results that last for about a year. However, many doctors are unaware of the dangers a dermal filler can pose if it is injected into the wrong plane, or worst still the vascular complications that can lead to blindness, stroke, and even death.
About IIWAM training in a non-surgical brow lift.
As always, it is imperative for the practitioner to undergo proper training in facial aesthetics to understand the procedure, the product, and the patient. Equally, he/she must know the benefits, risks, and countermeasures to correct complications. IIWAM also offers an Online Aesthetic Certification programme for Non-Surgical Body Sculpting, Advanced Dermal Filler Training (Restylane, Juvéderm, Teosyal, Bellotero), Advanced Botulinum Toxin Training (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin), Skin Booster Training (Restylane Skin Booster, Profhilo, Rejuran), Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Training, and Threadlift Training (PDO, Aptos, Happy Lift).
At IIWAM, our trainers pay utmost attention to teaching the following subjects in Non-surgical brow lift under Advanced Aesthetic courses in Filler.
Anatomy behind a non-surgical brow lift
Methods & techniques for non-surgical brow lift
How to inject Dermal Fillers for non-surgical brow lift
Risks of Dermal filler in non-surgical brow lift
Can someone go blind after a non-surgical brow lift with fillers
Surgical brow lift versus non-surgical brow lift
About IIWAM Aesthetic Education
At IIWAM, we provide an International Aesthetic Certification program and also Advanced Online Aesthetic Courses for Doctors, Dentists, Nurses, Aestheticians, and Spa Owners in the field of Aesthetic Medicine. Our Institute is based in Malaysia and has international students from the Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, and other parts of Asia. With our insignia of “Be Certified, Be Recognized”, we develop knowledgeable, skilled, and confident aesthetic practitioners of international repute. Our Aesthetic training focuses on teaching the principles of Aesthetic procedures before venturing into Aesthetic clinical skills. IIWAM training Programs are a combination of Onsite Training, LIVE Online Webinars, and Online Learning. IIWAM is the first Institute in the World to have its Programs assured by City & Guilds of London and certified by European International University. IIWAM is also a registered CPD Training provider with CPD Standards Office in the UK and by CPD Malaysian Medical Association.
Onboard is our Assoc. Prof Dr. Morthy, the lead trainer, medical director of the International Institute of Wellness & Aesthetic Medicine (IIWAM), formerly known as Aesthetic Academy Asia (http://www.iiwam.ac/). In the Aesthetic part of our Institute, we provide Advanced Aesthetic Medical Procedures that are Safe, Effective, and Affordable, offering a wide range of specialized treatments for All Your Aesthetic Needs.