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Introducing DermaSculpt Microcannula®

DermaSculpt Blunt Tip Microcannulae

Flexible Cannula

Flexible to Stiff to suit all needs

Flexible cannulas for superficial & stiffer cannulas for deep injections.

Blunt tip

Does not cut through nerves or vessels

Dermasculpt's blunt tips slide under the skin without causing any trauma.

Hub marking

For extra precision

Know the direction of the opening at all times. More control, more precision, better results.

Compared to using a Sharp Needle

No intravascular injection

Eliminating the risk of:




Virtually no bruising

Considerably less pain

Minimal downtime

Single point of entry for wider coverage

Stimulates new collagen production

DermaSculpt Blunt Microcannulas

No downtime

No ecchymosis means back to work and social life right away

Consistent results

Product is spread more evenly throughout the area of injection

Happy patients

Painless procedure without any social exclusion means happy patients

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There's a size for every filler

DermaSculpt Blunt Microcannulas

For low concentration and viscosity HA fillers, superficial injections:

30G x 1" (25mm)

Tear trough, fine lines - precise work
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For fillers of medium concentration and viscosity HA fillers :

27G x 1" (25mm)

shorter length for a precise injection
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27G x 1 ½" (40mm)

Most versatile size, used for most facial indications
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27G x 2" (50mm)

Extra length to cover larger treatment area
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For medium to thick HA and non HA fillers, median to deep injections:

25G x 1 ½" (40mm)

can be used for most facial indications
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25G x 2" (50mm)

extra length to cover larger treatment area
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For viscous & highly concentrated fillers, injections deep into the skin to create volume:

23G x 1 ⅛" (30mm)

Precision for thick fillers
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23G x 2" (50mm)

Precision for thick fillers
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22G x 2" (50mm)

Most versatile size for thick fillers
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22G x 2¾" (70mm)

Extra length - Perfect for the hands!
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Disposable cannulas for re-injection of fat:

18G x 2¾" (70mm)

Use a Disposable cannula for re-injecting fat to reduce the risk of cross-contamination or simply patient disconfort resulting from unavoidable Fat residual after disinfection / autoclaving.

Additionally, Re-usable cannulas do not slide as well after a few uses.

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How to use DermaSculpt

Here's a step by step guide

Our Dermasculpt Microcannulas are designed to fit all syringes, although we recommend a luer-lock syringe.

DermaSculpt Microcannula puncture hole

Puncture a hole into the skin

The gauge of the sharp needle needs to be slightly superior to the gauge of the microcannula in use.

  • The 30G & 27G cannulas come packaged with a 26G sharp needle
  • The 25G cannulas come packaged with a 23G sharp needle
  • The 22G cannulas come packaged with a 21G sharp needle

Use the length of the Microcannula as a point of reference to where to make the hole.

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Insert the tip of the Microcannula into the skin

Follow these tips from our most advanced injectors to guarantee an easy entry into the skin:

  • Insertion of the tip of the microcannula should be from a 60 to 90 degree angle until the correct depth has been found.
  • Pinch the skin to create a small drop of blood out of the puncture hole which should help you locate the hole.
  • Stretch the skin opposite direction with the non-injecting hand to help enlarge the puncture hole.
  • Place the index finger of the injecting hand close to the tip of the microcannula to help guide the cannula into the skin.
  • or hold the syringe like a dart.

A tip from Dr. Rajani: If you want to remain superficial, by pushing the cannula against the skin, The cannula bends and the tip goes back up.

DermaSculpt Microcannula introduction

Slide the DermaSculpt Microcannula into the skin

As you are entering the skin, rotate the cannula tangentially to the skin surface using the flexibility of the microcannula.

If any resistance is encountered, go back and forth without forcing.

DermaSculpt Microcannula introduction

Inject filler in a retrograde fashion

Start injecting while pulling the length of the microcannula in and out of the skin. To change direction, pull the cannula out of the skin almost entirely, back to step two (leaving the tip at the desired depth).


You can fan the area 360 degrees around the hole.



It's recommended to massage the skin after the injection to make sure the filler has been evenly distributed.


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What our users

say about DermaSculpt

DermaSculpt Microcannula® is ranked 4.85 out of 5.
Based on 173 user reviews.
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Easy to use, with no bruising!

I love these microcannulas. They are very easy to use and my feedback from my patients has been overwhelmingly positive. Much less discomfort and no bruising.

~ D. Hulse, RN on 06/12/2012

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These cannulas work as advertised. This larger gauge is required for perlane. Minimal pain and minimal bruising. I agree these are safer than Sharp needles. Pricey,but I don't see an alternative.

~ Dr. d on 11/30/2014


I have been using these microcannulas for injecting fillers to the entire orbital area by tunneling the microcannula to the areas to be treated. I have also been using the same technique to add filler to the face and jawline. My patients are extremely happy with the results.

~ Mok on 03/13/2015

Excellent cannulas

I've been using these cannulas for a year. Great product. Virtually painless injection and minimal bruising.

~ Dr. Konstantin on 04/20/2015



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