Needle & Microcannula

If you want those pretty, sculpted, and full lips, but don’t want the painful needle and injections, take heart! There are new needle types, and microcannulas are now used. Both techniques, needles and microcannulas are proven to be less painful and easier to use.

Fillers and especially lip fillers are very popular, and the single most significant concern for patients is the downtime due to possible bruising from injections. Using fine needles and microcannulas reduces the chance of bruising with treatments.

What is a microcannula?

A microcannula is a small, flexible, blunt tip needle that is used to inject fillers in various places in your face and particularly in the lips. By using a microcannula, there may be less bruising and swelling, less downtime and discomfort, and improved cosmetic outcomes.

A needle, for lip augmentation, is used for hyaluronic acid fillers for the lips, and needles vary in size from 30-gauge to 27-gauge. These are very small needles and have sharp tips for injection.

Samara at Samara’s MedSpa CT prefers very fine needles. Samara’s training in advanced lip augmentation makes the procedure almost painless.

A needle, for lip augmentation, is usually used by hyaluronic acid fillers and needles varying in size from 30-gauge to 27-gauge. These are very small needles, have sharp tips for injection, and are often used with lip fillers.

A needle, for lip augmentation, is usually used by hyaluronic acid fillers and needles varying in size from 30-gauge to 27-gauge. These are very small needles, have sharp tips for injection, and are often used with lip fillers.

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