Journal of Dermatology and Dermatologic Diseases

ISSN: 2684-4281

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Indication Specific Cannula Treatment


Sabine Zenker

Blunt-tip cannulas have been developed for the use with dermal fillers. They can help to improve the way dermal fillers are injected as they do –generally spoken- enable for a less traumatic injection of the material as well as a very aesthetically appealing result. There is a lot of discussion on whether to use a blunt tip cannula or a hypodermic needle generally. Obviously, there is no one way to inject fillers: any injection equipment –and this does relate to cannulas and needles, too- should be used individually and in an indication-specific way. The objective of this article is to give some guidelines on why and how the use of cannulas does make sense.


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