Needle free injection technology launches

28 Nov 2018

UK aesthetic distributor The Smart Group has released a new device that may provide a solution to patients with a needle phobia.

According to AnxietyUK, up to 10% of the population have a fear of various types of injections, which may prevent many patients to seek aesthetic treatments.

The Med-Jet is a hand-held device that acts as a new, pain free delivery system for treatments such as botulinum toxin, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), mesotherapy and dermal fillers, which otherwise require the use of needles or cannulas.

According to The Smart Group, the Med-Jet provides a fast, accurate delivery of product through the use of a patented low pressure delivery system. The volume of product and pressures are adjustable, enabling practitioners to target either intradermally, subcutaneously and intramuscularly.

Aesthetic practitioner Dr Vincent Wong has been using the device on his patients. He said, “The Med-Jet needle free injector is revolutionary. I am amazed by how easy it is to administer traditional injectables such as botulinum toxin and dermal fillers without using any needles. And my patients love that it is pain-free too!”

Kevin Eley, regional director the Smart Group, said, “Med-Jet is probably the most impressive product I have seen in the last 10 years in aesthetics. Whether it be for the delivery of anaesthetic for painful treatments or for pain free mesotherapy, toxin, filler or PRP application, it will open up new treatment avenues and market opportunities for practitioners because they can now treat patients who are needle phobic.”

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  • Jhon Ariza 29 Nov 2018 / 9:02 PM

    Hello. I’m an aesthetic doctor. I’m interested in this product, I would like to know more about it. Please contact me at johnariza@hotmail.com

    +351 918832751

  • Sophie Thompson 30 Nov 2018 / 11:38 AM

    Hi Jhon,

    If you are interested in the Med-Jet please get in touch with The Smart Group them directly.

    Team Aesthetics

  • Dr Graham Adlard 08 Dec 2018 / 1:05 PM

    Why can I see a needle in the end of this device? how does it deliver?