A new video by Dr. Michael McCracken shows how easy it can be to have Restylane facial filler treatment done with the "cannula applicator method". A patient has her under-eye bags done in just a few minutes.
Online PR News – 13-June-2012 – Denver, CO – Denver, CO. Dr. Michael McCracken is filling in more under-eye bags and adding volume to more patient’s cheeks than ever before. But he’s doing less injections. That’s because Dr. McCracken is now using the new “cannula applicator” method to place Restylane through just a single injection point on each side of the face.
“This eliminates the need for multiple needle entry points, so downtime and bruising is reduced or eliminated. The person can go right back to regular activities,” says Dr. McCracken. “The cannula technique provides excellent results for my patients who are able to return to regular activities with no downtime,” he says. Dr. McCracken produced a short video with an actual patient showing how the new technique is done.
“This is an easier way to use Restylane which really appeals to my patients,” says Dr. McCracken. “First, I inject a numbing solution in the areas of the face to be treated. Then I introduce the cannula into the skin through a small injection point. The ‘cannula’ is a flexible, blunt-ended thin tube. Because of this, I can precisely place the Restylane for best results, with less risk of swelling or bruising. Most of my patients tell me this new technique is virtually painless. Patients also appreciate having less injection entry points as the cannula can be used to place Restylane in a wide area without causing discomfort.”
The video on Dr.McCracken’s YouTube channel shows how Dr. McCracken can fill in under-eye bags in minutes with the new technique. Dr. McCracken practices in Denver and Boulder, CO. Visit www.mccrackenmd.com or call 720-851-6600 for more information. McCracken Eye and Face Institute, Parker, CO.
About Dr. Michael McCracken:
Michael McCracken, M.D. is a board certified ophthalmologist with additional specialized training in oculoplastic surgery. Dr. McCracken is among a handful of members of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, a highly selective society of specially trained surgeons who focus on the eyes and surrounding areas. Dr. McCracken is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. Dr. McCracken has lectured internationally and has also been chosen as a member of the BOTOX® and Juvéderm® National Education Faculty.