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This video explains the basic anatomical knowledge necessary for the treatment of glabella – wrinkles with botulinum toxin.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
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Static, deep forehead wrinkles can often only be improved by adding volume. This video explains the superficial layers of the forehead that need to be treated for the treatment of forehead wrinkles.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
Treatment of the masseter muscle is tricky, as this muscle is divided into two parts. The correct injection depth in the right place is therefore essential for successful treatment. This anatomy video shows the anatomical course of the masseter muscle.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
In most cases, a paving stone chin is caused by the mentalis muscle. This video explains how this must be viewed anatomically.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
With its downward, caudal pull, the depressor anguli oris often causes the formation of folds at the corners of the mouth and a downward-pointing corner of the mouth. This video explains the topographical anatomy of the depressor anguli oris muscle.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
The lip flip is only successful if the anatomy of the periorbital musculature is understood. In this video chapter, Dr. Konstantin Frank explains the layering of the periorbital region for a successful lip flip.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
Bunny lines often occur after glabella injections and can be treated quickly and efficiently with botulinum toxin treatment. This video discusses the topographical anatomy of the nasalis muscle, which is responsible for the formation of bunny lines.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
Crow’s feet, also called smile lines, are caused by contraction of the orbicularis oculi muscle. The anatomical foundation for successful treatment of crow’s feet is laid in this video.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
This chapter summarizes the findings from the anatomy of the glabella and forehead region and explains the Toxin Browlift based on the anatomical interaction of the mimic muscles of the upper third of the face.
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The chin line consists of a total of 5 layers. This video explains the clinical relevance of each layer and explains why some layers are safer than others.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
The chin is the central point of the lower third of the face and a large number of muscles, vessels and nerves can be found in the chin region. For a precise anatomical explanation, watch this video.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
Sagging corners of the mouth can be treated excellently with injections. In this video you can find out which anatomical structures can be found in the area of the modiolus, the corner of the mouth.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
The upper and lower lip are supplied with blood by the superior and inferior labial arteries. But which other important anatomical elements in the lip are important is explained in this chapter.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
The midface, probably one of the most common indications in filler therapy, is a complex part of the human face.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
The lateral midface, which is mainly characterized by the zygomatic arch, is presented from an anatomical perspective in this chapter.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
One of the most technically demanding areas of the face is the tear trough. This chapter prepares you anatomically for an injection in the tear trough.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
The nose impresses with its intricate anatomical structure. The vascular supply of the bridge of the nose and the existing layers of the bridge of the nose are shown in this video.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
The temple is one of the most complex regions of the human face. This video explains the different layers of the temple and their relevance for injections with hyaluronic acid.
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Dr. Konstantin Frank
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