Dermal filler cannula with blunt tips have been developed for use with HA and non HA dermal fillers. The length and flexibility allow aesthetic practitioners to cover a larger surface area with a single entry point.
So, Blunt tip dermal filler cannulas slide through subcutaneous layer rather that cutting through tissue. And vessels like traditional hypodermic needles. So, with less damage caused and improved manoeuvrability. So, filler injections with blunt tip aesthetic cannulas are performed more quickly with less pain.
Generally, when talking about injections with dermal filler cannulas. And, needles one could argue the following differences between the two. So, these needle are used for small superficial lines or boluses in deeper layers with an average risk of intravascular trauma. Hence, Cannula are used for larger volumes in lines injected in the Subdermal or deeper skin layers with a reduced risk of intravascular trauma.
So, Do you prefer the use of dermal filler needles, or do you implement a combination of both solutions? Take a look at our dermal filler needles.
- Blunt-Tip Cannula
- Doctor recommended for Dermal Fillers
- Decreased Bruising
- Less Pain
- Better Recovery
When you have dermal filler treatment with a cannula, a small needle is used to create an entry point for the cannula. So, This point is used to pass the cannula to areas beneath your skin and can be re-entered multiple times during the dermal filler procedure. Thus, reduces the incidence of bruising and swelling occurring.