Injectable dermal fillers are the most used cosmetic substances in plastic surgery.
During a liquid facelift, fillers are injected underneath the skin to fill in and relax facial lines and wrinkles, and to recontour facial features.
This procedure takes a few minutes each session, with a number of sessions that is predetermined by the doctor.
The targets for this application are the under-eyes, eyebrows, cheeks, temples, nose and mouth…
To gain better results, the doctor can use a Vein Finder, this device can help the plastic surgeon locate and avoid the veins under the skin.
This can be handy in minimizing bruising, reducing the healing time and improving patient satisfaction Since the introduction of the liquid facelift, people chose this procedure over the traditional surgical facelift, for its affordability more-natural looking results, quicker recovery time, and fewer side effects.
Dermal Fillers are gel-like substances that are injected beneath the skin to restore lost volume, smooth lines, soften creases and enhance facial contours.
Dermal Filler Injection (DFI) can be done by plastic surgeons and anesthesiologists.When injecting fillers, especially in the tear trough, nasolabial folds and lips, the Vein Finder can be very useful to avoid ‘invisible’ veins to prevent intravascular injection and bruising.
The vein finder can also be used in the lateral canthal region to avoid the veins that can easily bruise.
The Vein Viewer can help the doctor avoid the veins knowing that this procedure requires access under the skin but needs no venous access.
This Device can come in very handy in operating on a patient with a dark skin type.