Cannula Technique Fillers / Micro Cannula
Due to the loss of deep fat pads and also due to bone resorption in physiological aging, soft tissue fillers have become the foundation of minimally invasive anti-aging treatments. With well-experienced hands, these procedures can be carried out in a very swift manner almost eliminating any skin damage that takes place during the process. Use of blunt tipped micro cannulas reassures minimal damage to your skin by lowering the risk of skin bruising and clogging of small blood vessels that will lead to skin cell death. Our expert, at Z spa, uses blunt microcannulas in the technique of dermal filling. This is to ultimately guide you through a high-quality treatment of aesthetic skin care, where the fat pads of your skin will be restored.
Dermal fillers or soft tissue fillers are injectable implants that are used to restore the fat pads of aging skin. Once they are placed in certain areas of the face and body, it gives an effect of fullness removing the wrinkles and fine lines. In our spa, we carry out cannula technique fillers using FDA approved soft tissue fillers so that you will gain maximum benefits without any adverse effects. While dermal filling using needles have several side effects, Z med spa has chosen to carry out this procedure using cannulas to eliminate the negative outcomes of using needles.
Every procedure will start after a consultation with our well-experienced aesthetician. According to the structure of the face, the places where the dermal fillers will be used might differ for each. You will be given all information about the procedures, and we will also guide you with the follow-ups. At Z Medi Spa, we only worry about your health and satisfaction, and we guarantee that you will always experience the best care like non-other!
The Microcannula slides under the patient’s skin so that the filler can be applied with minimal if any pain or bruising (hematomas). The blunt cannula allows blood vessels to be ‘pushed aside’ as the cannula traverses the tissue under the skin instead of piercing the blood vessels as with traditional needles used by most practitioners. This has truly decreased bruising by about 90% compared to traditional methods. Only a few injectors use cannulas as it is an advanced way of doing dermal filler injections.