We'll be adding your testimonials in the order in which they are received (most recent first).
Jerry Guanciale - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
I Have been using the cannulas exclusively for all my augmentations with filler. Patients that demanded blocks previously were encouraged to try the procedure without the blocks. So no nerve blocks or topical analgesia placed on any of the 40 or so patients. All...100%...were astonished at the nearly painless injections. Areas included, lips, tear troughs, glabellar rhytids, nasolabial folds, marionettes, temporal areas, supraorbital ridges, malar areas.
Adam Mauer MD - Garden City, NY
THANK you ! Your product changed my whole practice. Such an amazing device, what took the world so long and why was I slow in discovering it? Well, better late then never.
Joel L. Cohen, MD - Dermatologic Surgery. Denver, Colorado
I have found the Dermasculpt cannulas to be incredibly helpful in minimizing bruising and helping to achieve outstanding results in soft tissue augmentation of the cheeks, infra-orbital hollows, dorsal hands as well as the decolletage. Once you start using these cannulas, you totally get hooked. They are easy to use, and they not only seem to minimize bruising but also decrease pain during the procedure. With cannulas, I have even moved back to using true fanning technique for cheek augmentation, after some reports over recent years that fanning technique with a needle was leading to more bruising and swelling. I also am now finding the temples to be a great site for cannulas as well especially for those patients with more significant volume requirements in this area.
Kian Karimi MD - Santa Monica
I used the DermaSculpt Microcannula to perform lip augmentation, and I was very impressed with the fact that there was nearly no bruising after the procedure. I was able to use the Microcannula with minimal local anesthetic which allowed me to produce an immediate undistorted result which lasted. I will never go back to the traditional method of lip augmentation again. I am excited to use the microcannula for the periocular filling as well.
Jason D. Bloom, M.D. - Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery • Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Since I began using Dermasculpt microcannulas in my practice, I have had an overwhelmingly positive response. Patients appreciate the ability to have areas treated with fewer needle entry marks and significantly less pain. Using these microcannulas, I have seen a dramatic reduction of swelling and bruising, especially in difficult areas such as the tear troughs and lips. The blunt tip allows for atraumatic dissection through the tissues and accurate placement of the filler. The patients have been extremely excited about this new technology and are reporting less pain than ever before and are now able to easily tolerate any injectable filler procedure without additional anesthetic injections like nerve blocks. I would recommend to those who are not using these microcannulas to try them out because they are changing the way we perform injectable fillers and it is just a matter of time until patients start to ask for them or expect this from their surgeons.
Dr. Sam Lam - Facial Plastic Surgeon • Plano, Texas • lamfacialplastics.com
I consider myself an advanced injector and have perfected a relatively painless needle technique. However, I have not been able to eliminate entirely bruising from injections, especially near the eye area. In addition, I am always concerned about intravascular injection risk. This product serves to address all three issues: discomfort, bruising, and intravascular problems. I have used cannulas in the past but nothing of this caliber that is both disposable and small enough that I do not need additional anesthetic block. Rarely have I encountered a game changer in my practice. This is one of those few times.
Stephen Mandy MD - Southbeach Dermatology
Dermasculpt cannulas provide a valuable addition to every aesthetic physician's toolbox. Using the cannula for facial volumization decreases bruising and pain because it is blunt, but quite effective for product placement over a large area from a single portal. In most instances, two ports on each side of the face are sufficient to accomplish tear trough and malar enhancement, central cheek and prejowl restoration, and chin enhancement. Its 27g bore is sufficient for infusion of most available injectables.
Ingrid Vazquez-Lühn - Patient
Dr. Fulton is a master of facial injections! He uses this ingenious blunt-tipped needle to deliver the filler in a more precise way, resulting in perfect results. And it’s absolutely painless! I have even had him fill a hollow in my cheek without any anesthesia and it was fine. Since there is one or few needle entry and no deep penetration, there is virtually no bruising. He did my hands and face about 2 ½ years ago and he took off a decade off the appearance. My face looks fabulous and very natural. He uses it on the lips and creates the perfect “paris curl” and naturally plump lips. The cannula is really the only way to do the lips. The best thing about Dr. Fulton is that he has turned back the clock for me and yet I do not look like I’ve had work done!
Elvairis Cruz - Patient
I have been seeing Dr. Fulton for many years. Recently I visited his office because I was interested in receiving fillers for my Nasolabial folds, lips and Marionette lines. Dr. Fulton informed me that he was going to be using a new blunt cannula to apply the filler to the above areas. I was a bit nervous but I trust Dr. Fulton. Dr. Fulton slid the cannula under my skin and to my surprise there was no discomfort and virtually no pain and absolutely no bruising. The results were instantaneous. I look refreshed and younger. People compliment me on how good my face looks!
Courtesy of Dr Rainone