DermaSculpt™ Micro-Cannula Needleless Injections

A micro-cannula is a new instrument used to apply dermal fillers (e.g Juvederm, Restylane). Micro-cannulas are thin, flexible, hollow tubes with a smooth tip that slide under the skin to place dermal fillers with minimal discomfort and reduced risk of bruising. 

What is the Benefit of a Micro-Cannula over a Needle?

  • Less discomfort
  • Less bruising
  • Less bleeding
  • Less swelling
  • Less tissue trauma
Needless Filler Injections Orange County

Can a Micro-Cannula be used for Botox/Dysport/Jeuveau Injections?

Unfortunately, micro-cannulas cannot be used for neuromodulator injections. Dr Boeckmann uses ultra-fine needles to minimize discomfort for these types of procedures to minimize discomfort during the treatment.

What is the Recovery after Dermal Filler with the Micro-Cannula Needleless Injections?

The majority of patients are able to return to their everyday normal activities immediately following treatment with the micro-cannula. Some patients experience small pinpoint areas of bruising, however, these are typically easily concealed with make-up or tinted sunscreen. 

Dr. Boeckmann's goal for each patient is for them to leave the office looking and feeling confident in their appearance. As a double board certified facial plastic and head and neck surgeon, Dr. Boeckmann has an in-depth understanding of facial anatomy. He performs every treatment with meticulous attention to detail and care. Patients are surprised how little discomfort is experienced during their dermal filler treatments. To learn more about needle-less dermal filler injections in Orange County, contact our Laguna Niguel office at 949-273-3112 and schedule your personal consultation with Dr. Boeckmann. 

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