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PLN 7,900, 1 day

Advanced facial volumetry training covering high-risk areas, such as the nose, tear through and forehead. The training places great emphasis on anatomy and selection of appropriate preparations as well as prevention and management of complications.

Apart from standard fillers, differences between female and male volumetry are discussed as well as procedures in case of transsexualism.

The training consists of a theoretical and a practical part.

The training fee can be paid in instalments. For details on instalment payment system, please contact us by phone.




Qualification for the procedure

• Health aspects

• Psychological aspects

• Conversation with the customer and correct interpretation of his/her expectations


Contraindications to the procedure

• Interview with the customer

• Relative contraindications

• Absolute contraindications


Post-treatment recommendations

• Healing process

• Post-treatment care

• How long the products last


Consent to the procedure

• Medical history

• Informed consent

• Information on possible complications

• Scope of liability


Male volumetry

• Basic differences

• Main points of the administration


• Facial feminisation

• Facial masculinisation



• Early versus late complications

• Diagnosing complications including blockage of a blood vessel

• Management of complications

• Hyaluronidase and its safety

• Anaphylactic shock

• Psychological aspects of complications

• High risk areas



• Course of blood vessels and nerves in the face

• Skin and tissue layers into which hyaluronic acid is injected

• Face and surrounding area muscle activity affecting the final result of the procedure

• Lymphatic vessel system

• Overview of the structure of the orbit, cartilaginous and bony parts of the nose


• Types of preparations used as high risk areas fillers

• Selection of the product for the treatment site

• Behaviour of different types of preparations after time

Anaesthesia and comfort of the procedure

• Methods of administering hyaluronic acid to minimise pain

• Division of hyaluronic acids into those containing and those not containing anaesthetics and the differences between them

• Recommended and not recommended methods of anaesthesia

• Differences in effects of different active substances used in anaesthesia


Procedure planning

• Matching the shape to the facial features

• Initial drawing

Techniques of administering hyaluronic acid

• Depth of administration depending on the application

• Importance of aspiration

• Speed of administration

• Optimal amount of preparation administered

• Working with a needle and cannula

Tear through fillers

• Optimum amount of filler

• Appropriate administration site

Nose correction

• Correct and safe administration of the preparation

• Aquiline nosecorrection

• Nose tip elevation

• Optical nose reduction

Forehead area fillers

• Correct and safe administration of the preparation

• Risk reduction


• We provide models

• The training is held individual or in a small group of 2-4 people

• After the training you receive extensive training materials – over 40 pages!

• After the training, you receive an A3 certificate in rose-gold or blue-silver colours of your choice to prove your skills

• We provide all disposable items, preparations etc.; you only need to bring a coat, comfortable flat shoes and a hair elastic

• We are fully insured, also against trainee liability

• We also offer support after the training

• Snacks and hot and cold drinks are served during the training

• During the break, a classic or vegan lunch is served


I highly recommend!




You learn from people who are practitioners with many years of experience, who not only have knowledge in their field, but have also completed pedagogical courses to convey information and know-how in the most effective way.


Each training covers not only topics concerning treatment and techniques, but also marketing and customer psychology, and you are free to ask questions about the most nagging issues.


Training program is continuously adapted to the skill level of the trainees. Particular emphasis is placed on the most difficult issues, so that you can complete the training with confidence in the knowledge gained.


Frequently asked questions

Do you provide models?

Yes, at the Princesse® Clinic we provide models on which you will practice the discussed technique. However, if you wish, you can bring your own model. Please let us know when booking the training. Also, make sure that the person you invite will come, because if they fail, we may not have a replacement for them. That is why we prefer to provide our models for the training.

Will I receive a certificate after the training?

Yes, each training ends with certificate.

How many trainees participates in a training?

The trainings are conducted is individual or in small groups of 2 to 4 individuals.

What do I need to bring to a training?

You only need for an aesthetic medicine training is your own coat. We provide everything else: sanitary items, equipment necessary for the training, preparations, and of course drinks and meals.

Do you provide meals and accommodation?

During each training, there is a one-hour lunch break, when we provide traditional or vegan catering of your choice. In addition, all-day premium snacks, coffee, tea and water are available.

During multi-day trainings you will need to arrange accommodation yourself, but we can recommend nearby hotels.

What liability do I take on during the training?

The Princesse® Clinic is one of the few clinics in the country that has insurance covering the trainees’ work. We always do our best to control the trainees’ work and make sure that the models are satisfied. However, learners may make mistakes and we will either correct the mistake at our expense or the insurance company will take over the matter.

Can I have a consultation after the training?

If after the training you encounter a problem that has not been discussed or you encounter difficulties, you can always contact us. You will not be left without help!

Can I buy equipment and products from you?

At the moment, we do not sell equipment or products, but after the course we can provide you with contacts to distributors of leading brands in your area.

How to become a model?

To become a model call us and sign up. This is a great opportunity to undergo a procedure at a bargain price under the guidance of a trainer.

To become a model call us and sign up. This is a great opportunity to undergo a procedure at a bargain price under the guidance of a trainer.

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Princesse® is a modern aesthetic medicine clinic and training centre. It was established in 2005. Thanks to extensive experience and over 35,000 procedures performed to date, we have been able to select only the best procedures and equipment.
Princesse® employs highly specialised medical and cosmetology staff, who continue to improve their skills by participating in seminars and conferences devoted to the fields they practice, both in Poland and worldwide.
At Princesse®, we focus on naturalness and perfection as well as spectacular effects presented by models and celebrities. We believe that aesthetic medicine procedures are meant not to be a disguise, but to emphasise and highlight the strengths that each of us has.





Opening hours:

Mon-Fri: 10.00 AM-6.00 PM

Sat-Sun: closed


Our clinics

are disabled-friendly.

Address in Warsaw:

Warsaw, Włochy

ul. Instalatorów 5a/U2

02-237 Warsaw

Address in Wroclaw:

Wrocław, Krzyki

ul. Rymarska 14

53-206 Wrocław

Address in Cracow:

Cracow, Old Town

ul. Józefa Dietla 50/15

31-039 Cracow


Trams no. 18, 22, 52.


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