Favorable results with Silhouette are very technique dependent. It is imperative to have the proper training for the use of Silhouette InstaLift, especially in the neck.
Knowledge of anatomy plays a very important role in assuring success of the procedure. The focus of this advanced course will be Silhouette’s use in the neck but basic techniques will be covered as well.
My extensive knowledge of anatomy will be combined with my robust experience with Silhouette InstaLift during the course. My publications and scientific data will be presented.
Straight-Line Vector Planning for Optimal Results with Silhouette InstaLift in Minimally Invasive Tissue Repositioning for Facial Rejuvenation
Expert Consensus on Achieving Optimal Outcomes with Absorbable Suspension Suture Technology for Tissue Repositioning and Facial Recontouring
Expert Consensus on Absorbable Advanced Suspension Technology for Facial Tissue Repositioning and Volume Enhancement
In 1997 I was the first to file a patent, U.S. Patent No. 5/ 611, 814, which described a new revolutionary method of suspending tissue using a fully absorbable device. I was the inventor of Absorbable Suspension Technology! This was the predicate for Silhouette InstaLift!
My passion for the subjects of Soft Tissue Suspension and Biomechanics of Tissue Fixation continues to this day. Silhouette InstaLift was FDA cleared for use in the US in 2015 and continues to grow at an exponential rate.
It is ideally suited for patients who are either not quite ready for surgery, patients who desire a very limited down time and patients who chose to undergo a non-surgical rejuvenative procedure such as Silhouette InstaLift under local anesthesia.
The unique design of Silhouette InstaLift uses totally absorbable sutures and small cones to provide Micro Suspension Technology that delivers immediate tissue elevation and a gradual biostimulatory effect to volumize the implanted area.
S.A.T with ZPL
Content: Didactic and Live demonstration
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