Beyond Volume: Hyperdilute CaHA - Q&A
Alan Durkin, MD, MS
Gideon Kwok, DO
Keith Marcus, MD
In this session, we hear from Dr. Alan Durkin, Dr. Gideon Kwok and moderator, Dr. Keith Marcus, as they review the list of questions sent in by viewers about the use of hyperdilute biostimulatory fillers.
To complete this activity and receive credit, the participant should:
- Review the materials on accreditation information, target audience, learning objectives, and disclosure information
- Complete the entire self-study
- Complete the post-test and evaluation/claim form
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Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Discuss recommended dilution rates when using CaHA in a dilute or hyperdilute state for different areas of the body.
- Describe the best patient types when using hyperdilute biostimulatory fillers indifferent parts of the body.
- Evaluate the pros and cons of using either needles or cannulas when injecting hyperdilute biostimulatory fillers in different parts of the body.
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Support for this educational activity is provided by Merz.
This CME-certified activity is primarily intended and designed to educate physicians and extenders who practice aesthetic medicine including dermatologists, facial plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, plastic surgeons, and cosmetic physicians.
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