A microcannula is a thin, flexible, blunt-tip needle used in cosmetic and medical procedures for injecting substances such as fillers, PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma), and other medications beneath the skin. Unlike traditional needles, microcannulas are designed to be less invasive, reducing the risk of bruising, swelling, and other complications. They allow for precise placement of injectable materials, enhancing the overall safety and effectiveness of treatments. Microcannulas are particularly popular in aesthetic medicine for procedures like facial contouring and volumizing, as they provide a smoother, more even distribution of fillers while minimizing patient discomfort.

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