A novel approach to the art of injecting: All you need to know to master MaiLi
A Guide Introduction
In the past 20 years, our understanding of one of the most complex areas of the human body – the face – has improved dramatically, with several new anatomical structures having been identified.
At the same time, a plethora of non-surgical procedures have become available for treating the signs of ageing and restoring the youthful appearance of the face.
MaiLi is a range of hyaluronic acid (HA)-based dermal fillers developed in Switzerland utilising patented technology and processes to deliver a supremely supple spring-like gel with outstanding volume, projection power and longevity that is unmatched by other HA-based dermal fillers on the market.
In addition to independent and authoritative contributions from leading physicians in the field of aesthetics, this book incorporates the latest technology to deliver augmented reality assets that bring the MaiLi injection techniques to life.Discover more
Inside the Book
Incorporating the latest findings on the anatomical structures in one of the most intricate areas of the human body – the face – and featuring independent and authoritative contributions from leading physicians in the field of aesthetics, the MaiLi Expert’s Guide is set to become an essential tool for practitioners in the field of facial aesthetic enhancement.
Facial anatomy and the consequences of ageing are covered, before recognised experts share best practice on patient preparation, injection technique and avoidance and management of complications and adverse events. In addition to the book, augmented reality assets bring sections of the MaiLi Expert’s Guide to life with 3D models of the anatomy of the face and animated injection techniques.
We at Sinclair hope this book will become a trusted and informative companion on your MaiLi journeyContact us
01 – Introducing MaiLi
02 – Anatomy of the Face
03 – The Ageing Process
04 – Patient Selection and Preparation
05 – The Eyes
06 – The Lips
07 – Combined Treatments
08 – Adverse Event ManagementGet In Touch