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FELLOWSHIP IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE (FAM)

Sessions for training and Hands-on are as follows:-

SESSION 1

INTRODUCTION

  • Introduction to the World of Aesthetic Medicine
  • Introduction to the Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine

SESSION 2

SKIN

  • Structure & Function
  • Skin Appendages
  • Skin Types
  • Common Skin Diseases: Aetiology, Clinical Features & Management

SESSION 3

HAIR

  • Structure & Function
  • Normal Hair Growth
  • Hair Types
  • Hair Problems
    Dandruff/ Hair Fall/ Alopecia Areata/ Androgenetic Alopecia/Scarring Alopecia/Telogen Effluvium/Anagen Effluvium/ Hirsutism/ Hypertrichosis/ Folliculitis

SESSION 4

INTRODUCTION TO HAIR RESTORATION AND TREATMENTS

  • Basic Science of Hair
  • Hair and Scalp Anatomy
  • Androgenic Alopecia and other Types of Hair Loss
  • Medical Treatments
  • Growth Timeline
  • Hair Loss Drugs
  • Consultation, Planning, Preoperative Care and Hairline Design
  • Local Anesthesia
  • Strip vs. FUE technique
  • Motorised/ Automated F.U.E. technique
  • Donor Harvesting
  • Graft Preparation Slivering and Graft Cutting
  • Recipient Site Preparation and Insertion
  • Video Demonstration
  • Other technique: – Derma rollers and mesotherapy for hair regrowth

SESSION 5

CHEMICAL PEELS

  • Superficial Peels
  • Combination Chemical Peels
  • Peels Classification
  • Peels Characteristics
  • Understanding of Different Peels
  • Patient Evaluation
  • Indications/Precautions
  • Patient Selection


1.SKIN CONDITIONING

  • Indications/ Contraindications
  • Side Effects
  • Results
  • Skin Regimen

2. CHEMICAL PEELINGS:

  • Superficial Peels
  • Combination Chemical Peels
  • Pigmentation of the Face-Evaluation and Treatment
  • Medium Depth Chemical Peels
  • Facial Peels1. Classification – Superficial, Medium, Deep, Augmented
    2. Characteristics- Glycolics/AHA/ Fruit Peels/ Jessner/ TCA/Phenol/ Retinoic Acid/ Microdermabrasion/ Combinations
    3. Basic Understanding of each Different Agent- Indexations for Use/Contraindications/Mode of Application/Mechanism of Action/ Potentiating Factors/ Adverse Effects

SESSION 6

ADVANCED CHEMICAL PEELS

  • Retinol Peels
  • Obagi Peels
  • ZO Peels
  • Sequential Peels

SESSION 7

BOTULINUM TOXIN

  • The Product
  • Indications – Upper Face
  • Facial Anatomy in Detail
  • Mode of Action
  • Regional Anaesthesia for the Face
  • Side Effects and Complications: Allergic/ Regional
  • Duration of Action
  • Appropriate Doses/ Dilutions
  • Safety and Toxicity
  • Storage and Transport
  • Botulinum Toxin in Use in Facial Rhytids

SESSION 8

ADVANCED BOTULINUM TOXIN

  • Botulinum Toxin for Middle Face
  • Botulinum Toxin for Lower Face
  • Botulinum Toxin for Neck
  • Botulinum Toxin for Hyperhidrosis (Axillary/Palmar/Plantar)

SESSION 9

DERMAL FILLERS

  • Introduction to dermal fillers
  • Pharmacology
  • Types of Dermal Fillers (Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm etc.)
  • Patient selection for dermal fillers
  • Indications (Nasolabial Folds/Marionette Lines)
  • Side Effects and Complications
  • Recommendations
  • Combination Therapies1. Botox and Fillers
    2. Botox and Skin Resurfacing
    3. Light Therapy and Skin Resurfacing

SESSION 10

ADVANCED DERMAL FILLERS

  • Dermal Fillers for Frown Lines
  • Dermal Fillers for Under Eyes (Tear Trough)
  • Dermal Fillers for Volume Augmentation of Cheeks
  • Dermal Fillers for Volume Augmentation of Lips
  • Dermal Fillers for Mentolabial Folds

SESSION 11

LASERS Part 1

  • Introduction to Lasers
  • History, Laser Physics & Vocabulary
  • Types of Lasers
  • Laser & Skin Interaction
  • Laser Chromophores
  • Choosing Appropriate Settings
  • Available Aesthetic Laser Technologies in the World
  • Newer Technologies – RF /IR/ Fraxel / Infrared Devices.
  • Laser Safety: Contraindications/ Eye Protection/ Flammable Liquids and Gases/ Smoke/ Hazard/ Access and Signage
  • Patient Psychology and Expectation

SESSION 12

LASERS Part 2

Advanced Lasers and their Indications

  • Ablative lasers, Non-Ablative Laser, Vascular Lasers, Pigment & Tattoo Lasers, Q-Switched Lasers, Hair Removal Lasers
  • Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)
  • Pre-and Post-Treatment Do’s and Don’ts
  • Skin Rejuvenation
  • Skin Resurfacing
  • Skin Tightening
  • Comparison between Lasers
  • Considerations for Laser Equipment Purchase
  • Management of Complications of Lasers and IPL

SESSION 13

Acne

  • Medical management
  • Use of lasers
  • Treatments of Acne scaring

SESSION 14

Mesotherapy

  • For Skin rejuvenation
  • For Hair Rejuvenation
  • Products and protocols
  • Acoustic Wave Therapy (X-Wave)
  • Mesotherapy Botox
  • Mesolift, Mesoglow and meso sculpt
  • No-Needle Mesotherapy

SESSION 15

Plasma Medicine

  • Plasma Technologies in Aesthetic Medicine

SESSION 16

Body Contouring and tightening devices

  • Radio frequency devices1. R.F. Mono/ Bi & Tripolar (Exilis, Reaction, Pollogen etc.)
    2. Fraxel R.F
  • Ultra Sound based devices
  • Cryolipolysis Technologies
  • Acoustic Wave Therapy (X-Wave)
  • Cellulite Reduction Device

SESSION 17

  • Neck Rejuvenation

SESSION 18

PRP ( Platelet Rich Plasma)

  • Platelet biology
  • What is PRP
  • Different growth factors and their function
  • PRP devices and processing PRP
  • Centrifugation single spin & double spin method
  • Creation and activation of PRP
  • Indications of PRP
  • Contraindication of PRP
  • Use of PRP in hair Restoration therapy
  • Use of PRP in skin Rejuvenation treatment.

SESSION 19

GLUTATHIONE ( Skin Lightening Treatment)

  • What is Glutathione
  • Importance of glutathione
  • Benefits of glutathione
  • Glutathione in skin lightening therapy
  • Mode of action
  • Glutathione IV injection procedure

SESSION 20

OTHER MINOR COSMETIC PROCEDURES

  • Derma Stamp/Derma Roller/Dermapen
  • Electrocautery / Incision & Closure Techniques
  • Skin Biopsy, Mole & Skin Tags Removal
  • Thermolysis/ Electrolysis for Depigmented Hair Removal
  • Dermabrasion
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Thread lift

SESSION 21

What’s New ?

  • Newest Technologies and Innovations in Aesthetic Medicine

SESSION 22

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS

  • How to setup cosmetic practice
  • How To Market Your Practice and Build Your Customer Base
  • Medico-Legal Aspects of Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Ethics in Cosmetic Practice
  • What to buy and Where to Buy

SESSION 23

  • Case Presentations
  • Assessment
  • Fellowship Award Ceremony

Dr. Ajay Rana is a Dermatologist and Aesthetic Surgeon from India, with vast international experience and broad peers’ recognition for his contribution to the advancement of the science of Aesthetic Medicine in India and worldwide.

Dr. Rana works with key institutions at the forefront of Aesthetic Medicine, notably with the University of Greifswald, in Germany, where he is an Associate Professor at the Klinik und Poliklinik für Mund-Kiefer-Gesichtschirurgie/Plastische Operationen (www2.medizin.uni-greifswald.de/mkg_chir/klinik-und-poliklinik/mitarbeiter). Dr. Rana is heading the Diploma in Aesthetic and Laser Medicine, DALM (www.laserstudium.eu), a German programme, for the English-speaking world. DALM is at present is the only institutionalised University-based Diploma in Aesthetic Laser Medicine for the whole of Europe. Dr. Rana further established strong collaborations with other prestigious institutions in Germany, Belgium and France, the USA, South America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Africa. He is also working with local doctors in various parts of the world, helping set up clinics and highly specialised units for treating patients with the highest level of expertise. These co-operation activities will continue and results should feed into collaborating institutions’ actions to improve knowledge transfer and the pursuance of best practices in aesthetic medicine.

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