The Cannula works as a tool to administer the filler into the dermis.
“…a fantastic technique. I’m not sure why more injectors don’t use The Cannula.”
-Dr. Kian Karimi, ENT Specialist
I can’t wait to administer The Cannula technique on my patients. The Cannula is a rarity in aesthetic medicine. Injectable fillers such as Radiesse and Juvederm since conception about a decade ago have been delivered into the skin with a sharp needle. The risk of damage and injury to fragile tissues of the dermis is very high in these procedures. Along came a revolutionary technique known as The Cannula to this part of medicine. The seductive soft tip intrigued me at first. What sold me was its ease of use and significantly reduced rate of complications.
Albeit in the right hands will The Cannula do magic in transforming the face into supple youth.
My latest patient was a relentless bruiser. A woman of her 60’s, she had very fragile skin and soft veins, every time I did fillers on her face she developed a bruise or two. She cared for her face and appreciated her beauty which had transformed a bit by age. She had just met her current boyfriend when she began receiving her injections from me and expressed her concerns about revealing her beauty secret. After I administered two syringes of filler via The Cannula, it proved to be harmless, painless and resultful. The patient had unbelievable results with no bleeding or bruising and minimal swelling.
This new and innovative medical technology should receive an award for Best Discovery. All I can say is I wish I had discovered it sooner.
Your Health Care Provider,
Dr. Nasimeh Yazdani