AAC Dermal Fillers Course

Accredited by ABT Insurance

Stand Out With an Accreditation in Dermal Filling

Dermal Fillers are a popular way of enhancing the face, by softening lines, contouring, replacing any volume lost due to the effects of ageing and to plump up the lips.

At AAC Aesthetic’s Courses, our core objectives for our Dermal Fillers Courses are to give all of our delegates an in depth understanding of facial anatomy, how treatments work and how they should be administered safely.  The aim is for our course attendees to leave feeling confident about entering the exciting world of aesthetics!

The theory part of this Dermal Fillers course will mainly be done over an intense 3 days within our college. At AAC Aesthetic’s Courses we recognize that a hands-on approach works best when desiring a career in facial aesthetics and unlike most other Dermal Filler training courses, our delegates have the chance to undertake cadaveric dissection on fresh frozen material to gain experience before moving on to injecting live models.

At our Dublin Dermal Fillers Course you will get the chance to network with fellow professionals in the aesthetics and cosmetic surgery world as well as keeping up to date with the latest advanced in the industry and being exposed to a number of different brands of dermal filler.

Upon completing your Dermal Fillers training you will receive a certificate which is recognized by all of the main insurance companies.

Freequently Asked Questions

What is in Dermal Filler ?

Modern Dermal fillers are a bio degradable, non-animal based hyaluronic acid gel. Hyaluronic acid is naturally produced in our bodies to provide elasticity and volume to the skin. Unfortunately, levels of hyaluronic acid deplete as we age. During treatment the clear gel is injected into the skin or lips with a very thin needle. Fillers can provide natural volume which softens/removes unwanted lines.

What areas can be treated?

Most products including perlane are suited for any undesirable facial lines. For lips it can provide fullness, define the border or reduce ‘smoker’s lines’ around the mouth. A common area is also the lines from the nose to mouth.  Fillers can also improve a ‘sad mouth’ appearance.

Is treatment painful?

Treatment can be uncomfortable. To prevent this, an anaesthetic cream on the skin is used to reduce discomfort but for a total pain-free treatment a simple local anaesthetic (like a dental injection) is offered for treatment if desired. Yet now some collagen fillers have local anaesthetic in the injection, so you feel minimum discomfort,

How long will it last?

Treatment usually lasts for 6-9 months. It is not permanent. How long a treatment lasts is variable and depends on your lifestyle and muscle activity. Most patients choose to have a follow up treatment between 6-12 months after the initial procedure.

Are there any potential complications?

Dermal fillers are extremely safe. After injection some common injection related reactions may occur: swelling, redness, pain, itching and tenderness. These usually resolve spontaneously within 23 days after injection in the skin, and within a week after injection to the lips. You may initially feel some firmness in the area treated, this will soften over subsequent weeks. Other types of reaction are rare.

Post treatment advice

We advise no extreme cold or heat exposure post treatment. Also no exercise and you can start your make up regime the following day.