Facial Filler Danger Zones: Ultrasound Protocol for Safe Injections in the Chin, Forehead, and Marionette Lines

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Join Dr. Ines Verner, aesthetic dermatologist, as she demonstrates step-by-step techniques for performing safe filler injections in the face by using ultrasound to avoid vascular occlusions.

In this one-hour webinar, you will learn how to use ultrasound to map blood vessels in the face and avoid filler complications. High-resolution ultrasound is now easy to use for any cosmetic clinic or plastic surgery practice to impress patients with safe, consistent results. Dr. Verner teaches how to:

  • Clearly visualize the depth of the mentalis muscles and vasculature of the chin prior to injection
  • Perform a safe filler injection into marionette lines by mapping the depth and course of the inferior labial arteries
  • Avoid severe complications with forehead and glabellar injections by knowing the exact location and depth of the supratrochlear and supraorbital arteries
  • Use ultrasound to identify and characterize existing filler in the face

Facial mapping can be performed in just minutes. Join Dr. Ines Verner as she demonstrates how to use wireless ultrasound to map the arteries in commonly treated areas of the face to avoid complications.

Facial vascularity and structure differ widely from person to person, and there can be variability on the right and left sides of the face.  Facial vascular mapping can be performed to curtail the risks associated with injecting fillers. Wireless ultrasound has gained popularity among medical aesthetic practitioners to visualize vessels and avoid accidentally injecting into an artery or causing vascular compression that compromises or diminishes healthy blood flow.

In this practical webinar, you will learn how to use ultrasound to locate and measure the depth of vascular structures to plan and perform safe filler injections in the chin and forehead. We look under the skin to clearly visualize muscles, vessels, and the periosteum to identify the safest sites for injection.

Join Dr. Ines Verner, specialist in dermatology, as she teaches her step-by-step ultrasound techniques for performing filler injections, ensuring safe and consistent patient outcomes.  A deep dive into real patient procedures, recently captured on video, will illustrate exactly how to perform vascular mapping for safe injections.

Ultrasound is changing the game and improving patient safety in facial aesthetics. With the miniaturization of high-frequency ultrasound and advances in artificial intelligence, learning and using handheld ultrasound imaging is now fast, affordable, and easy. Join the renowned Dr. Verner and sonographer Shelley Guenther to see live scanning in action and to learn how to bring wireless ultrasound to your medical aesthetic practice.

Dr. Ines Verner, MD Aesthetic Dermatology & Regenerative Medicine

Aesthetic Dermatology & Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Ines Verner, MD

Dr. Ines Verner is a Specialist Dermatologist working for more than 20 years in Aesthetic Dermatology. She is founder of Verner Clinic for Aesthetics, Laser and Dermatology in Tel Aviv, Israel. Dr. Verner graduated from the University of Amsterdam Medical School in the Netherlands, then specialized in Dermatology in Jerusalem at Hadassah University Hospital, and followed a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University in the USA. She is on the scientific committee of multiple international congresses, on the editorial board of several journals, wrote several book chapters and lectures, and teaches Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dermatology worldwide. She served as President of the Israel Society for Dermatologic Surgery and as President of the European Society for Cosmetic & Aesthetic Dermatology (ESCAD). Currently she is Professor of Dermatology and Regenerative Medicine, University of Rome " Guglielmo Marconi ."

Shelley Guenther Sonographer, Clinical Marketing Manager

Sonographer, Clinical Marketing Manager

Shelley Guenther

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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