Redefining aesthetics: a 3D approach
This webinar will provide an introduction to a 3D approach to facial aesthetics (it is not just about applying filler).
- An introduction to the Definisse range from Relife; a range of peels, fillers and threads that are scientifically proven.
Dr Vincent Wong is one of London’s leading cosmetic doctors. He is trained in advanced nonsurgical cosmetic treatments and is a specialist in facial balancing and harmony. GMC registered, he holds a bachelor of science in medicine from the University of St Andrews. And a bachelor of medicine and surgery from the University of Aberdeen.
Dr Vincent has won a number of awards for his work and has been shortlisted as one of the Ultimate 100 Global Aesthetics Leaders. He is also on the judging panel for Miss Universe Great Britain as well as My Face My Body Awards (UK and USA). In addition, Dr Vincent also specialises in feminisation and masculinisation of faces within the LGBTQ+ community.
He is often sought after for his expert opinion and has featured in a number of popular press and on various television channels. He has also appeared on various radio chat shows, including BBC radios.
Dr Martyn King is a GMC-registered doctor and the Director of Cosmedic Skin Clinic, a highly successful, award-winning private aesthetic clinic as well as Cosmedic Online, Cosmedic Pharmacy and the ACE Group.
He is a recognised expert in the field of cosmetic medicine, national and international accredited trainer and he has published multiple articles in leading aesthetic journals.
Martyn is a respected conference speaker and demonstrator with experience at FACE, IMCAS, AMWC, CCR, ACE, Aesthetic Medicine Live, BCAM, BACN, JAN and BAS.
He is the chair of the Aesthetics Complications Expert Group, a member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine and Board member for the British Association of Sclerotherapists.
Dr Martyn King is passionate about raising standards within the industry, promoting best practice and treating all patients with honesty and integrity.
Jackie started practising as an aesthetic nurse over 25 years ago working for a well-known chain of clinics. She assisted clients pre and post-operatively whilst they underwent cosmetic surgery.
Ten years later, Jackie opened her first clinic in Surrey as non-surgical treatments became more popular, such as the original collagen injections.
Fifteen years ago Jackie set up a clinic in Brighton with a particular interest in skin and promoting and advising on good skin health prior to undertaking any cosmetic surgery or injectable treatments.
Jackie takes a pride in analysing lifestyles, assessing their existing home care routines and providing personalised skincare regimes with high grade cosmoceuticals with active ingredients for clients’ particular skin care concerns.
Jackie considers analysis and assessment of a patient and reviewing their skin is essential prior to undergoing other non-surgical treatments. Such as lasers, intense pulsed light or re-contouring treatments.
Jackie keeps up-to-date with new developments in the aesthetic and cosmetic surgery fields. She places great importance on staff development and training in her clinic.
In her spare time, she enjoys personal training twice a week. And she also swims in the sea, which is on her doorstep.
Dalvi Humzah is a consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon.
He is fully registered with the General Medical Council and his name appears on the specialist register for plastic surgery.
Mr Humzah is a full member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive, Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS). He is also a member of the UKAAPS, the ASPS and the ISAPS.
Voted Aesthetic Practitioner of the Year 2016-17, he won multiple awards for his teaching in facial aesthetics.
Mr Humzah was appointed to his first Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery post in 1998. He has maintained a private practice since that time.
Mr Humzah is an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons. And he has been the tutor for its Step distance learning programme. He is the lead on the clinical advisory board for the Aesthetics Journal, the aesthetics sub-editor for PMFA and deputy editor for e-LPRAS.
He spends his spare time on his vegetable patch or greenhouse growing vegetables and exotic plants.
Dr Simon Zokaie is the medical director at Linia Skin Clinic, Harley Street.
He qualified from the University of Manchester in 2003 and underwent his medical training in London. He gained membership to the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) and subsequently spent over four years training in dermatology.
His interest lies in the treatment of acne, rosacea, pigmentation, psoriasis as well as skin lesions.
He also practices cosmetic dermatology and offers his patients a variety of non and minimally invasive treatments to improve the appearance of their skin and to minimise the visible effects of premature skin ageing.
Dr Zokaie uses different regimes. These include, topical products, anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers and threads to treat the face in a 3D manner to rejuvenate and lift. As well as other devices to tighten and lift.
He is also the medical adviser for a global dermatology pharmaceutical company. And a key opinion leader to numerous cosmeceutical companies.
Dr Zokaie is passionate about standards in his practice. He ensures that along with day-to-day clinic work, he also attends as many conferences and meetings as possible.
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