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Facial Aesthetic Complications: Using Ultrasound to Dissolve Fillers and Reverse Vascular Occlusions

Monday, September 27, 2021
2 PM Pacific | 5 PM Eastern | 10 PM BST | 11 PM CEST

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Join renowned facial plastic surgeons Dr. Steven Weiner and Dr. Stella Desyatnikova as they teach effective imaging techniques to rapidly dissolve cosmetic fillers under ultrasound guidance.

In one hour, you'll learn how to treat filler complications like a pro! High-resolution ultrasound is now easy to use and affordable for any cosmetic clinic or plastic surgery practice. Dr. Weiner and Dr. Desyatnikova will teach how to:

  • Clearly visualize patient anatomy and characterize filler complications in real-time
  • Identify nodules, malar edema and other irregularities associated with fillers
  • Use ultrasound to accurately guide injections and dissolve hyaluronic acid fillers
  • Identify normal and abnormal blood flow and reverse a vascular occlusion

While cosmetic fillers routinely help beautify, it’s important to know how to treat complications, like swelling or migration. While rare, a vascular occlusion is a more serious complication, which can cause blindness or tissue necrosis. Rapid, effective treatment is critical, and ultrasound is your new secret weapon!

In this practical webinar, we'll look under the skin to clearly visualize muscles, vessels, fascia and problematic fillers. International lecturer, physician trainer and researcher. Steven F. Weiner, MD will teach how to use high-frequency ultrasound to characterize and treat complications in real-time. He'll show you how to guide your needle to effectively inject hyaluronidase within an HA nodule to improve patient outcomes. Dr. Weiner often treats patients who have failed treatments by other clinicians due to filler encapsulation or misguided hyaluronidase injections. Using ultrasound, he dissolves their fillers using a more targeted and precise injection of hyaluronidase, directly into the areas of concern. You'll learn how to use handheld ultrasound to treat your next complication with great confidence!

You'll further explore ultrasound techniques with double board certified facial plastic surgeon Stella Desyatnikova, MD, who recently won a Maverick Award at the Cosmetic Surgery Symposium for reversing a vascular occlusion under ultrasound guidance in the first American reported case. She'll review real patient imaging to teach you how to use high-frequency ultrasound to visualize the area of occlusion. You’ll learn to differentiate healthy from abnormal blood flow. Dr. Desyatnikova will then explain the basic steps for using ultrasound to dissolve fillers causing vascular complications and restore blood flow.

Ultrasound is changing the game and improving patient safety. With the miniaturization of high-frequency ultrasound and advances in artificial intelligence, learning and using handheld ultrasound imaging is now fast, affordable and easy. Register today to learn more!

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Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon | Specializing in Facial Plastic Surgery

Dr. Steven F. Weiner, MD

Dr. Weiner is a Board Certified, Head, Neck, and Facial Plastic Surgeon. After graduating from U.C.L.A., he completed Medical School at the University of Michigan. He interned and completed his residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital where he became an instructor for 2 years in the Department of Head and Neck Surgery/Facial Plastic Surgery. In 2005, he “laid down his scalpel,” concentrating 100% of his efforts in non-invasive and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures by founding The Aesthetic Clinique. Dr. Weiner maintains an extensive lecturing and teaching schedule. Dr. Weiner is one of the top physician trainers for Galderma and participates in their “Train the Trainer” where he trains the Galderma trainers. He has been invited to several advisory boards, including Galderma, Revance, Lutronic, Suneva, and Allergan. His areas of expertise are: acne scar revision, fillers using blunt microcannulas, ultrasound of the face, and RF Microneedling. He is founder of Sonosthetics, an ultrasound training course for the aesthetic injector. Dr. Weiner is a board member of CMAC (Complications in Medical Aesthetics Collaborative) which educates on prevention and management of filler complications. Dr. Weiner is also the Ultrasound Director of the Academy for Injection Anatomy, a monthly 2-day course on cadaver and ultrasound anatomy and injection techniques.

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Otolaryngologist | Double Board-Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Stella Desyatnikova, MD

Dr. Stella Desyatnikova, is a Double Board Certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Director of Aesthetics at The Stella Center in Seattle, WA. She graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine with Honors and completed her residency in Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at the Oregon Health Sciences University, and fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Washington. She has been in practice for 18 years, specializing in all aspects of facial aesthetic procedures with an emphasis on facial injectables and nonsurgical rhinoplasty. She is a trainer for ultrasound in injectable safety in the US and internationally, a GurU for Revance Aesthetics, and a member of the Internal Expert Board for CMAC. Her research is focused on filler injectable safety, nonsurgical rhinoplasty, and facial ultrasound applications. She is the first physician in the United States to reverse a vascular occlusion using ultrasound, and is committed to expanding education and awareness of ultrasound use to optimize safety of aesthetic procedures.

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Webinar Host | Emergency Physician

Dr. Oron Frenkel, MD, MS

Dr. Oron Frenkel completed his MS and MD simultaneously at the University of California Joint Medical Program in Berkeley and San Francisco, completing his residency in Emergency Medicine followed by a fellowship in Point-of-Care Ultrasound at Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, California. He moved to British Columbia with the goal of increasing use of point-of-care ultrasound across the province, especially among rural practitioners. An avid educator, Dr. Frenkel is constantly evaluating the best teaching methods for disseminating this technology, how to measure competency in its practice, and its effects on outcomes for individual patients. Dr. Frenkel serves as Chairman of the Clarius Medical Advisory Board.