• SETTING THE GOLD STANDARD IN AESTHETIC TRAINING

When assessing the face, it’s important to remember that the side view is just as important as the front view. Treating patients 1-dimensionally can have a profound impact on the profile which they may dislike. Artistic injectors are aware of a holistic 3D assessment.

When treating the profile it’s important to determine what needs correcting. Getting this wrong can create imbalance and make prominent features appear more exaggerated. A key factor is to assess the class profile (I, II or III) and strategically placing filler where the structure is lacking. Injectors must also appreciate key angles that, if obliterated, creates a more unnatural appearance e.g. Overfilling the radix, over-lifting the nasophiltrum angle in males (which feminises and creates exaggerated nostril flare), overfilling the labiomental crease (creates a curved in lower lip), overfilling the upper lip in class II patients etc.
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Artistic profile balancing should achieve harmony from hairline-to-jawline.

Are you interested in achieving results like this? Medical professionals can learn how with our Artistic Facial Transformation Course, developed and taught by Dr. Zack Ally himself.

If you’re interested in having these treatments as a patient in our Harley Street clinic please visit our clinic website for more information, pricing and availability.