Non-hyaluronic acid (non-HA) dermal fillers are less commonly used than hyaluronic acid dermal fillers worldwide. They both have their pros and cons.
One of the advantages of non-HA dermal fillers is that their effects last longer, which means it is cheaper to maintain in the long run for the patient and have a lower side effect profile, when compared to HA dermal fillers.
Learn all about the different types of commonly available non-HA dermal fillers and their active ingredients in this course.
It is strongly recommended that you complete FDN1.0 Certificate of Applied Skin Sciences & ESS2.0 Advanced Certificate of Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers prior to attempting this module to help increase your understanding of the topics covered here.
At the end of this course, you should be familiar with the following topics:
- How Dermal Fillers Work
- Different types of Dermal Fillers
- Introduction to Non-Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers
- Commonly used Non-Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers
- Indications of its use
- Injection Areas and Techniques
- Recognising and managing complications and side effects and how to avoid them
- Post-care instructions that should be given to the patient
Course suitable for
- Beauty Therapists
- Anyone interested to learn more about dermal fillers
No pre-requisites needed although in order to deliver this treatment, each individual must meet their country’s own pre-requisites and have practical experience in doing this treatment (please check with the appropriate authority)