Upper third and periorbital area (timeline: 01:00:51)
Language of this video: English
Periorbital rejuvenation with dermal fillers address several aging changes. Safe and effective results require a thorough understanding of periorbital anatomy, proper injection techniques, and complications of these products.
Understanding the underlying anatomy and aging changes of the periorbital presents a critical component to successful rejuvenation of the periorbital region. The periorbital region is one of the most dynamic and unforgiving in relation to volume enhancements. The eyelid skin is the thinnest in the body that lacks subcutaneous fat and is a dynamic structure. Irregularities are more readily apparent in this area than other areas of the face. Understanding the complex peri orbital anatomy is important to help avoid potential complications. In this video course, the anatomical structures on the cadaveric material are examined in detail and visually.
Dr. Amin Sharobim, MD (Egypt)
Dr.Sharobim is a Consultant Dermatologist practicing at the Al Salam Hospital Mohandessein in Cairo Egypt. He is a researcher at the National Research Center in Egypt where he teaches, examines and treat patients with dermatological problems in addition to supervising post graduate thesis for masters and MD degrees.
Dr.Sharobim is the founder of the First Egyptian Network of Genodermatosis, member of multiple medical organizations in Egypt and organezer and speaker of some of the most important conferences such as Sharm Derma and PEACE.
Internationally, he received training for three months at Leicester Hospital London in 2004 and 2005 he was a visiting observer at Glasgow Royal Infirmary for 2 months at 2009 and 2008. Dr.Sharobim is a coauthor of 2 publications on Pityriasis Rosacea.
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