Midface volume rejuvenation with fillers

Dr. Benji Dhillon (UK)

Language of this video: English

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This two video examines the layered anatomic array of the midface and translates these anatomic principles into consistent midface injection analysis and technique.  Comprehensive armamentarium  to deliver accurate and reproducible results in midface volume rejuvenation with fillers.


Dr. Benji Dhillon (UK)

Dr Benji Dhillon is a graduate of the prestigious King’s College London and a member of the Royal College of Surgeons since 2009.

Following graduation, Benji spent time as a cosmetic surgeon with several top London hospitals and on London’s Harley Street, before becoming clinical director for Europe, Africa and the Middle East with Allergan – the developers of Botox.

At Allergan, Benji led scientific studies into anti-wrinkle and aesthetic treatments, including the leading Juvederm filler brand. He developed a global education program which trained thousands of doctors on delivering safer, more effective treatment and helped to set up Allergan’s Medical Institute (AMI) promoting excellence in clinical practice.

Benji now puts his diverse clinical experience into action as one of the country’s most sought-after aesthetic practitioners at Define Clinic – the nation’s leading centre for Harley Street-quality care outside the capital.

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Article on the topic: 

Pertinent anatomy and analysis for midface volumizing procedures

Background: The study was conducted to construct an anatomically inspired midfacial analysis facilitating safe, accurate, and dynamic nonsurgical rejuvenation. Emphasis is placed on determining injection target areas and adverse event zones. 

Methods: Twelve hemifacial fresh cadavers were dissected in a layered fashion. Dimensional measurements between the midfacial fat compartments, prezygomatic space, mimetic muscles, and neurovascular bundles were used to develop a topographic analysis for clinical injections.

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