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The video course is very interesting for already practicing specialists. If you have questions about working with a filler in the infraorbital area, this course will answer everything.

The infraorbital anatomy is extensively and vividly presented and a master class is shown step by step in the indicated area, with excellent, bright markings. The material is in the highest video quality and is absolutely relevant today.

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An extremely relevant material for practicing specialists in aesthetic medicine


Dr. Patrick Trevidic, MD (France)

Dr. Patrick Trevidic is a plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon based in Paris, France and is Head of the Surgery Department in Paris Hospital Sainte-Anne. A recognized plastic surgeon of the French Medical Council, he is also specialized in maxillofacial surgery and is a member of various international reconstructive and aesthetic societies. He has been instrumental as a key investigator in several anti-aging studies, and has been at the forefront of many others. Dr. Trevidic has published more than 50 scientific articles in various periodicals and international journals and is often called upon to present his work at international congresses. To date, he has participated in over 100 medical congresses in France, Europe and the rest of the world. As well as serving as scientific director of Expert2Expert, the renowned noted European group of surgeons and cosmetic specialists, he is also scientific director for FACE 2 FACE. 

In 2010, Dr Trevidic and Dr Ingallina published “Anatomy and botulinum toxin injections”, a reference book based on expert observations.
2011 saw the launch of the second volume about “Anatomy and Volumizing Injections. 
Dr. Trevidic is a professor and lecturer on surgery at several universities and schools of medicine in France and abroad.

INFRAORBITAL ANATOMY Dr. Bernardini Francesco

Prof. Francesco Bernardini (Italy) 

Specialist in Ophthalmology, Prof. Francesco Bernardini trained professionally in the United States where he carried out a two-year Surgical Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio. There he obtained the prestigious certification of the Ultra Specialist in Oculofacial Plastic Surgery in 2000; since then, he carries out over 200 interventions a year dedicated to the aesthetic rejuvenation of the face and gaze as well as non-invasive treatments.

The ultra-specialization in this area of ​​the face has allowed Dr. Bernardini to develop innovative surgical and non-invasive techniques that are now performed by specialists all over the world. Dr. Bernardini is currently a member of important international professional associations including the American Society of Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS), the Italian Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (AICPE), and The Orbital Society.

Dr. Bernardini is a University Professor at the School of Specialization of Plastic Surgery, University of Genoa. He has published over 40 scientific articles in international literature and is the author of several chapters of international and Italian textbooks.

He is a member of the Editorial Board of the leading international scientific journal in the sector, Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal (OPRS). For over 10 years, he has been teaching courses for the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO).

Hi, I am Dr. Bernardini, Francesco. I am an oculoplastic surgeon. I’m based in Genova, Italy but I do also have offices in Milan and Rome. Oculoplastic surgery is something that we do as a specialized surgeon. I took my exams, my boards, in the US after 2 years of fellowship. After that, I have been practicing in infraorbital periocular surgery and aesthetic medicine. I do reconstruction also of the orbit, lacrimal system, and all sorts of problematic issues that concern the periocular region. So, this is something that I consider very extremely important in my practice as the eyes are one of the most important aspects of the entire face. Its function and aesthetics are closely related.

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