Skin health and aesthetics always go hand in hand. With 2 in 3 Australian adults developing skin cancer before the age of 75, skin health and aesthetics have become primary health concerns and an area in which Australian and New Zealand Dentists are able to take a lead role in prevention and care.
As the only health professionals who work closely with the face every minute of everyday, Dentists have a duty to assist patients to achieve optimal skin health, and in turn aesthetics, across the dento-facial region. While Botox injections and dermal fillers will treat specific problems, they are simply two techniques amidst a plethora of facial rejuvenation procedures required to achieve optimal skin health and aesthetics.
As with tooth-brushing for oral health, Dentists can start by counseling patients on the role of good nutrition, exercise, staying out of the sun and use of appropriate home care products in order to achieve the best results from facial rejuvenation therapies.
Botox and Dermal Fillers will do nothing to improve the “quality” or health of skin. Pigmentation, sun damage, broken capillaries, scars, fine and static lines will all remain and detract from the overall picture. Dentists in Australia and New Zealand can now learn to incorporate procedures like microdermabrasion, chemical peels, lasers, IPL, PRP, PDO Mono Threads and skin tightening devices into their practice. Undergoing AADFA Skin Rejuvenation Training will allow Dentists to achieve optimal results for patients while increasing the success of their practice.
AADFA prides itself on being a world leader and pioneer in the field of Dento-Facial Aesthetic training with the development of skincare courses for Dentists. We are the only organisation in Australasia dedicated to upholding professional standards in this new area of Dentistry and do so by offering a complete series of facial aesthetic training courses, together with the necessary after-training support and mentorship.
Dyschromia - alterations of the color of the skin – are most commonly related to sun exposure and can be treated successfully with lasers, lights and prescription products
Fine dilated blood vessels (Telangiectasia) that detract from the appearance of the skin can easily be treated with laser
Acne is not just a concern for adolescents and a range of treatments and products are now available to improve the condition
Skin quality and aesthetics go hand in hand. Treatments such as lasers, lights, chemical peels, microdermabrasion and topical prescriptives ensure the skin remains radiant, smooth and healthy as we age.
AADFA prides itself on being a world leader and pioneer in training Dentists in the field of Facial Rejuvenation Dentistry. Through the development of our Skin Rejuvenation courses for Dentists we are the only organisation in Australia and New Zealand dedicated to upholding professional standards in this new area of Dentistry and do so by offering a complete series of facial health and rejuvenation training courses, together with the necessary after-training support and mentorship for Dentists to succeed.