microcannula

microcannula

A thin (capillary) tube with a bore mall long enough to penetrate a single cell and deliver a minute drop of a liquid thereto.
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During the procedure, a suction tube called a microcannula is attached to a specialist vacuum machine and inserted into the appropriate area of the patient's body.
Use of a blunt, flexible microcannula may reduce the risk of vessel perforation.
Subconjunctival hemorrhage is usually the consequence of damaging conjunctival or episcleral vessels during insertion or removal of the microcannulas.
His studies focused on non-surgical aesthetic skin rejuvenation and wrinkle reduction such as state of the art filler injection using microcannulas to restore facial volume, combining Dyport botox and dermal fillers to optimize facial sculpting and volumizing, and the latest developments in laser technology and acne management.
Kacki has permanently replaced the needles with flexible, blunt microcannulas for all dermal filler injections.
The microcannulas allow for a unprecedented precision in the injections of dermal fillers in all facial areas such as lips, jawline, chin, cheeks, nose and eyelids.