Injectable dermal fillers are the most used cosmetic substances in plastic surgery.
Dermal Fillers are gel-like substances that are injected beneath the skin to fill in and relax facial lines and wrinkles, to re-contour facial features, restore lost volume, smooth lines and soften creases.
Dermal Fillers Injection (DFI) takes a few minutes each session, with a number of sessions that is predetermined by the plastic surgeon.
The target areas for this application are the under-eyes, eyebrows, cheeks, temples, nose and the mouth.
Ever since its introduction in the aesthetics surgery field, the liquid face-lift has been very popular for its affordability, more-natural looking results, quicker recovery time and fewer side effects.
To gain better results, aesthetic surgeons can use a Vein Finder. This device can help the surgeon to locate and avoid the veins under the skin, given the fact that this procedure needs no venous access.
This can be very helpful in minimizing bruising, reducing the healing time and increasing patient satisfaction. The vein finder can also be used in the lateral canthal region to avoid the veins that can easily be bruised.
For instance, SIFVEIN-5.2 can come in handy in operating on dark skin patients, elders or any special skin conditions that can make the facials veins undetectable.
This procedure is done by plastic surgeons.
Disclaimer: Although the information we provide is used by different doctors and medical staff to perform their procedures and clinical applications, the information contained in this article is for consideration only. SIFSOF is not responsible neither for the misuse of the device nor for the wrong or random generalization of the device in all clinical applications or procedures mentioned in our articles. Users must have the proper training and skills to perform the procedure with each vein finder device.
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