Ultrasound for Safe Jawline Rejuvenation: Visualizing Anatomy, Guiding Filler Injections, and Resolving Complications
Jawline filler can balance the face, tighten jowls, and sculpt the chin, but blind injections have risks. Join Dr. John Arlette to learn his ultrasound tips for the safest outcomes.
In this one-hour webinar, Dr. Arlette teaches ultrasound techniques to recognize anatomy, plan safe injections, guide needle placement, and treat complications with confidence. Learn how to use real-time imaging to:
- Get to know your patients’ unique anatomy (masseter, parotid, fascial layers, vasculature, etc.)
- Plan your injection sites for the best re-draping results
- Inject filler under ultrasound guidance to hit your target and avoid complications
- Characterize filler complications to support the right course of treatment
- Aspirate parotid gland abscesses with ultrasound-guided precision
- Dissolve problematic fillers selectively with accurate hyaluronidase injections
A dermatologic surgeon and ultrasound expert, Dr. John Arlette is an internationally renowned pioneer in the research and use of fillers for facial rejuvenation. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn his ultrasound techniques to safely achieve the most aesthetically pleasing jawline contouring for your patients.
Dr. John Arlette invites everyone who injects the face, from nurse injectors to plastic surgeons, to join him as he demonstrates ultrasound techniques to visualize and identify facial anatomy from the masseter to the tip of the chin, what he calls the “unsexy” area. Learn to locate danger zones, like the parotid gland, while also planning the ideal injection sites to re-drape the jawline for exceptional results.
You will learn to use ultrasound guidance to ensure filler is injected safely in the right fascial plane with predictable results. Dr. Arlette shares a jawline filler procedure recently captured on video to demonstrate how to maneuver the Clarius L20 HD3 high-definition scanner on the patient while visualizing the needle and target anatomy to guide the procedure.
Dr. Arlette shares three recent jawline filler complications, where ultrasound imaging informed the right treatment plan. You will see ultrasound imaging for two patients referred to his practice with large abscesses from inadvertent filler injections into their parotid gland. A warning: the inflammation and resulting deformation were severe but treatable. In the final case, Dr. Arlette shows how he used ultrasound guidance to both aspirate an abscess and to dissolve a problematic filler in the masseter muscle with expert precision.
Dr. Arlette be joined by your webinar host and sonographer Shelley Guenther, who performs live scanning using the Clarius L20 HD3 – now 30% lighter, more affordable, and highly specialized for facial aesthetics with dedicated presets, Vessel Depth AI, and now Voice Controls. She then demonstrates how easy it is to add best-in-class ultrasound imaging to your aesthetic practice. Don’t miss it – register today!
Dr. John Arlette
Dr. John Arlette is a Dermatologist and expert in the structure, function, and care of the skin. In addition, he is one of very few Canadian Fellowship trained Dermatologic surgeons. His experience in facial rejuvenation has imparted a deep understanding of facial anatomy and an intimate appreciation of how to effectively use fillers and neuromodulators. Dr. Arlette is an internationally renowned pioneer in the research of the use of fillers and ultrasound. With over 20 years of injectables expertise, Dr. Arlette is sought-after for his skills in assessing and planning facial rejuvenation. He has built his career on listening to his clients’ needs. He is widely regarded as a specialist in all aspects of filler therapy. An educator and trainer of other physicians in the use of fillers and injection techniques, he is also a regular international speaker on dermatologic topics. After training with several internationally renowned injectors, she had the good fortune of meeting Dr. Rosett and began working and learning from his expertise. Additionally, with a longstanding background in using ultrasound technology in the ER, she is one of the few trainers for Ultrasound for Aesthetics in the USA. She teaches one of the only accredited ultrasound courses for injectors. In 2022, Dani Sher won a national aesthetic award for her safety standards and techniques. As a pioneer in the field of ultrasound for aesthetics, she holds several provisional patents for many of her techniques as well her unique course.
Sonographer, Clinical Manager
Shelley Guenther worked as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist for 2 years before entering into the ultrasound program at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton. After graduating with specialties in general ultrasound as well as echocardiography, she worked as a clinical expert in the commercial world of ultrasound for over 25 years. As Clinical Marketing Manager at Clarius, Shelley Guenther is dedicated to providing the highest quality educational content for clinicians looking to add wireless ultrasound to their practice, including practical webinars and Clarius Classroom video tutorials.
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