I have an appointment booked for lip filler and would prefer this using a cannula. Is this possible?

AnonAnon asked 2 months ago
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Dr Jonathan Brown Staff answered 2 months ago


At Cityskin we can offer the cannula technique when treating lips with dermal fillers. There are pros and cons to using the cannula:
Pros: Less bruising risk, safer technique as the cannula does not pierce blood vessels in the lips
Cons: Lip dermal filler treatment can take slightly longer to perform when using a cannula. Some people feel as though it is more difficult to place dermal fillers in the lips evenly with cannula. 
The table below shows which of our practitioners are cannula users:

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