Booking: Facial Anatomy and Ageing Webinar

Facial Anatomy and Ageing Webinar


Thursday 25th July, 2024, 7.30 – 8.00pm


Jump on & join Inspired Cosmetic Training & Sieuming Ng, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Registrar & Aesthetic Practitioner & Co-founder SafeAP for a 30 min power packed essential knowledge update as we delve into the changes in facial anatomy in the ageing face.

During this webinar we will:

- Explore the impact of bone resorption and soft tissue changes, with a focus on key areas such as the mid-face and lower face.

- Discover how the strategic use of dermal fillers can effectively restore volume, rejuvenating facial contours and providing a youthful appearance.

We have kept these sessions short & concise as we know how difficult it is to fit everything into the day, join us from your car, the kitchen table or clinic on zoom, grab a coffee & gain valuable knowledge & insights & reduce your risk of the dreaded complications too.

Register NOW to secure your spot!

1/Click on the purple button at the bottom of this page saying NEXT 
2/Select pay by invoice (please note there will be no charge!!)
3/Confirmation will be sent and we will send the zoom link 3 days  before the event by email

alternatively you can call the office on 0141 638 4098 to book.
Date: Thursday 25th July, 2024
Time: 7.30 – 8.00pm
Where: Live on zoom, we will send you on a link to join us
Fee: Free of charge to Inspired Cosmetic Training Delegates

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Throughout the year Inspired Cosmetic Training runs a series of foundation to advanced courses:  

27th Jul Foundation Botulinum Toxin & Dermal Filler Training,

24th Aug Foundation Botulinum Toxin & Filler Training,

24th Aug Advanced Dermal Filler Training,

21st Sep Foundation Botulinum Toxin & Filler,

5th Oct Advanced Toxin Training inc. Masseters & Hyperhidrosis,