Medical procedures continue to evolve–especially in the world of non-invasive techniques like dermal fillers, aka “filler”. Traditional methods for injecting dermal fillers have been used on patients for years, but one of the most common complaints patients have is the pain and bruising that can come with these injection methods.
With a new revolutionary breakthrough in filler treatments, the pain and bruising most commonly associated with filler procedures could be lessened… Introducing the Dermasculpt Microcannula® technique for dermal fillers.
What makes the Dermasculpt Microcannula® a better alternative?
Utilizing a blunt cannula allows Dr. Paik to inject, sculpt and fill more than one area with just a single injection site, creating fewer injection sites–as little as 1-2 for each desired area. Fewer injection sites means less bruising, discomfort and pain. Also, due to the versatility of the new technique, it can be used for a variety of different procedures and injection areas, like correcting smile lines, depressions around the corner of the mouth, cheek lifts, lip augmentations, brow lifts or filling in hollow temples.
Who is a candidate for DermaSculpt Microcannula Method of Dermal Filler
Those looking to present a more youthful look, plump the lips, enhance shallow contours, or soften facial wrinkles and creases all without significant downtime, should consider dermal fillers. Dermal fillers (sometimes called “liquid facelifts”) correct moderate to deep facial wrinkles and folds through a series of non-invasive treatments requiring little to no recovery time. This new technique makes the procedure even more comfortable with little bruising.
Why patients prefer this procedure:
- Minimal to no bruising & swelling
- Great for patients leading busy lives without the ability to take off work of have any downtime
- Considerably less pain & discomfort
- Results seen immediately
Why doctors prefer this procedure:
- Single point of entry for filler creates wider coverage
- Can sculpt filler using a gentle fanning technique to smooth the area
- Get a more precise fill than with traditional methods
- Stimulates new collagen production
- Less risk of injection into blood vessels
- Little downtime, pain & discomfort for patients
If you’re interested in learning more about this new technique for injecting fillers, contact our office today to schedule an appointment and see if the Dermasculpt Microcannula® technique is right for you.