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Painless Botox Injection Technique #3 [Botox Training Tips]

Even those who actually work within the medical industry, whether as a doctor, a nurse, a dentist, or any other sort of health professional, will often admit to hating injections – and that’s receiving them, not giving them! It’s no wonder that many people fear receiving injections because most of the time it can be very painful, from the initial sharp scratch that we feel when the needle goes in, to the slight bleeding that we often experience once the injection has been given, right through to the aching feel that is common for hours, and for some people, days after. So what can medical practitioners do to change this, and give their patients pain free injections?
One aspect of injection giving that is often ignored by doctors and others that give injections is the precise features of the needle itself. It is important to think about the angle of the injection of course, but if the needle itself is not right, then the injection will be sore no matter what angle it is placed into the body – although this is the part that most people focus on.

Almost everyone is aware that the smaller the needle the easier it will be to insert into the body, but often people disregard the sharpness of the bevel, which is the very end of the needle itself. The blunter the point at the end of the bevel, the more painful it will be for the patient, so you should always ensure that you are only using the most pointed and sharpest bevelled needles for your patients.

This small difference will make a huge difference to the experience of your patients, and is well worth focusing on to ensure that they are happy and comfortable with the injection experience.

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