Learn About Facial Muscle Anatomy with these Free Resources
Understanding the anatomy, physiology and action of the facial muscles is essential knowledge for any practitioner who is providing cosmetic treatments with botulinum toxins. The next series of articles reviews the target muscles for these popular facial wrinkle treatments.
The KT Training botox course also includes a comprehensive video lecture. This lesson teaches our candidates the core knowledge for the botox cosmetic treatments. The video lectures and resources can be completed before a student even attends the botox injection workshop.
The individual articles cover the cosmetic use of BOTOX for the three approved indication of the upper face. Therefore the articles will focus on the following muscle groups.
- The Glabellar complex
- The Frontalis
- Periorbital muscles-orbicularis
Muscles Matter Facial Anatomy for Botox Training Courses
In the Muscle Matters article Dr Sotirios guides the candidate through the function and structure of the human musculature. The article aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the main aspects of the physiology and anatomy of muscles as well as the most important differences.
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Please note the complimentary articles, video lectures and cosmetic courses are for reference only. For example to receive the certification to practice botulinum toxins for cosmetic use you must complete a KT Training Introduction to botox course. This course includes hands on workshops were candidates will be providing the botox treatments in clinical training environment.