Simone Sattler Pinheiro

Simone Sattler Pinheiro

CEO, Odonto Faciale School, Brazil

Title: Dentistry’s treatments with hyaluronic acid for facial fillers


Dr. Simone Sattler Pinheiro is a Dental Surgeon, graduated from Fluminense Federal University (UFF), postgraduate in Functional Jaw Orthopedics and Pediatric Orthodontics from APCD (SP) and postgraduate in Orthodontics from Unigranrio University (RJ). Furthermore, is founder of OdontoFaciale School, where also teaches. Has 22 years of professional and clinical experience in dental office in the aesthetic area. Invited Speaker of InnovaPharma. Trained in Facial Lifting, Botulinum Toxin and Facial Fillers by Nicholson Center Hospital - USA. Trained in Orofacial Harmonization with emphasis on Botulinum Toxin, Facial Filling Materials and Phototherapy - REO Group. Member of the Brazilian Academy of Orofacial Aesthetics (ABEO) and member of the Brazilian Society of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Implants (SBTI). Professor of Postgraduation Degree at Unigranrio University.


Dr. Sattler is a Doctor of Dental Surgery, specialized in oral orthodontics and maxillofacial surgery. Has always studied a great deal about craniometric, cephalometrics, skeletal discrepancies and facial analysis. In modern treatment, increasingly aesthetics and function complement in order to offer always the best to the patient. Absorbable facial fillers have become an excellent option to reduce facial imperfections, whether they are thin lips, maxillary or mandibular hypotrophy, nasal labial angle below 90°, slightly prominent zygomatic, among others. These can also be used to attenuate wrinkles expression, giving a young look to the face. The dentist is a professional who has sufficient knowledge to apply these treatments and evaluate the vertical dimension, occlusion and whole facial set to give a pleasing result, within the functional pattern and, at the same time, beautiful.Hyaluronic acid is well known to be absorbed by the body, and is widely used in dermatology safely. Moreover, dentistry further aggregates this technique, enabling a more appropriate finalization of orofacial rehabilitation treatments. It promotes a broader aesthetics function as well as a patient-friendly positive feeling.The aim of the presentation will be focused in facial filling techniques and re-anatomization/reconstruction of the face even as some cases already treated.