What is Anatomy
for Injectors?

Anatomy for Injectors teaches injecting techniques through the understanding of anatomy. It is a collaborative project by the Cosmetic Institute of Australia (CIOA) and Malaysian MAHSA (Medical) University.

Anatomy for Injectors is a resource for ongoing education and support that can be accessed anytime, anywhere.

The course has compiled contributions from leading cosmetic practitioners, anatomists, surgeons and educators.

The knowledge is presented in the form of simple and concise teaching texts, anatomical diagrams, cadaver dissections videos and treatment videos.

Meet the Experts

We would like to thank the following industry professionals for being part of our advisory panel:

Dr Ben Chan

Fellow of Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine

Dr Milicent Lim

MBBS (Melbourne)
Cosmetic Physician
Medical Illustrator

Dr Michele Lim

Member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine (ACAM)
Membership Certificate of the Australian Institute of Dermatology
Grad Dip of Dermal Therapies

Dr Nirmala Palayathan

Masters in Medical Anatomy, India

Dr Simerdip Kaur, MD

Dipl in Aesthetic Medicine (AAAM)
Dipl in Dermatology (Goldcoast)

Dr Meg Parikh

CEO, Cosmetic Institute of Australia
MBBS (Lon), MRCGP, FRACGP

A/Prof. Michael Leung

MBBS, FRACS
Director, Dept of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Monash Health (Australia)

Mischell Christmas

Registered Nurse, USA

Dr Albert Shih-Wei Lee

Double boards certificated in Otorhinolaryngology and Facial Plastic Surgery, Taiwan

Datin Dr Maya

MBBS (Manipal)
Dipl in Aesthetic Medicine (AAAM)
Dipl. In Aesthetic Medicine (Mahsa University)

Leen Elizabeth Del Rosario

Cosmetic Nurse & Cosmetic Trainer

These are our 5 Golden Rules for Safe Injecting

Understand the anatomy & identify danger zones

Possess fundamental anatomical knowledge of the treatment area to avoid complications.

Choose the right tool

Pick the appropriate equipment in order to deposit product with precision.

Execute the right injection depth

Inject into the correct plane to prevent damage to important vessels and nerves.

Inject the right volume

Depositing too much product may lead to vascular compromise.

Be familiar with the emergency protocol

Although vascular complications are uncommon, injectors must know what to do in the event of an emergency.