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    Spare Needle – Grey Nipro 27G X 1 1/4″ (0.4 X 32MM) Single only

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Dermal filler injections are typically performed using either a cannula or a needle. Both options have their own advantages and considerations. Let’s take a closer look at each:


A cannula is a blunt-tip needle that is used to deliver the filler substance beneath the skin. The cannula is flexible and allows for a single entry point, reducing the number of punctures required compared to using a needle. This results in less bruising, swelling, and discomfort for the patient. Additionally, cannulas are longer than needles, allowing the healthcare provider to reach deeper layers of the skin and distribute the filler more evenly. The blunt tip of the cannula also reduces the risk of injecting the filler into blood vessels, minimizing the chances of complications. Overall, cannulas provide a more controlled and precise method of injecting fillers.


Needles, on the other hand, have been the traditional tool for administering dermal fillers for many years. They are sharp and pointed, allowing for precise targeting of specific areas. Needles are often preferred for certain procedures, such as lip injections, as they can provide a more natural and plumped result. However, multiple entry points are usually required when using needles, which can lead to more bruising, swelling, and discomfort for the patient. It’s worth noting that the popularity of cannulas is growing, and many healthcare providers now offer this option as an alternative to needles.

Choosing between cannulas and needles for your dermal filler injections is an important decision that should be made in consultation with a qualified healthcare provider. While both options have their advantages, cannulas offer reduced bruising, enhanced precision, decreased risk of complications, and improved patient comfort. Needles, on the other hand, may be preferred for certain procedures and due to provider experience and patient preference. By considering factors such as desired results, provider recommendation, safety, and availability, you can make an informed decision that aligns with your goals and preferences. Remember to consult with a board-certified provider who can guide you through the process and help you achieve the best possible outcome.