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Blunt-tipped microcannulas for the injection of soft tissue fillers: a consensus panel assessment and recommendations


, : Blunt-tipped microcannulas for the injection of soft tissue fillers: a consensus panel assessment and recommendations. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology 11(8): S33-S39

As blunt injection microcannulas increase in popularity, clinicians may find it of value to have a systematic review of their current uses. This consensus document is derived from a roundtable discussion between a multi-specialty faculty comprising two U.S.-based dermatologists, one U.S.-based plastic surgeon, and one European cosmetic surgeon, all of whom were early adopters of blunt microcannulas for alloplastic fillers. The purpose of this consensus document is to provide an overview of the utility and clinical applications of blunt microcannulas, guidelines for their safe and efficacious use, and recommendations for the further evidence that needs to be accrued to substantiate the claims that have been made in regard to their superior safety profile and other benefits.

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