New Year = New and Better Way to Inject Cosmetic Facial Fillers
Dermasculpt Microcannulas are advancing the cosmetic filler procedure. These blunt tipped flexible microcannulas allow for fewer entry points, can cover a larger area, and reduce patient pain and bruising.
(PRWEB) January 10, 2012
It´s a new year and a great time to change to a better way of injecting facial fillers with new atraumatic blunt-tip microcannulas instead of sharp needles!
In the past year US dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and other leading aesthetic practitioners following their European counterparts, have started switching from using sharp needles to DermaSculpt® Microcannulas for facial filler injections. This FDA approved revolutionary new device, distributed by Cosmofrance Inc. Miami FL, is helping to improve dermal filler injections by dramatically reducing patient bruising and discomfort & minimizing downtime!
The Dermasculpt microcannula makes it possible to experience less bruising and pain from the in-office procedure because the tip of the microcannula is blunt and the body of the microcannula is flexible, making it navigate into the dermis and the Sub-Q layer rather than tear skin tissues like a normal needle does. A small amount of topical anesthetic cream is applied to the skin where the initial puncture is made to insert the Dermasculpt microcannula. Once inserted, practitioners gently fan the area to be treated and disperse the dermal filler product of their choice!
Dermasculpt Microcannulas come in 7 different sizes and lengths, ranging from 30G X 1” to 22G X 2”. The appropriate size to select will vary depending on the filler used and on each injector´s preferred techniques. The variety of Dermasculpt Microcannulas can accommodate all the dermal fillers on the market such as Restylane®, Juvederm®, Perlane®, Radiesse® and Sculptra®, as well as others.
Dermasculpt Microcannulas have been featured at several Industry Conferences and are now becoming the standard for injections in doctors´ offices worldwide.
Several videos, demonstrating the Skin Sculpting Technique (SST), can be found searching the internet, as well as before after pictures.
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