Anteis robotic injecting system for dermal fillers at The Victorian Cosmetic Institute

Article medically reviewed by Dr. Gavin Chan (MBBS, cosmetic doctor, liposuctionist)

Templestowe Lower, Berwick and Beaumaris Clinics

Dr. Gavin Chan has a background in intensive care, anaesthesia, and emergency medicine. Since 2005, Dr. Chan has provided cosmetic procedures, including anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, liposuction and laser treatments. He is a doctor trainer for various dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections. Read More

Did you ever think a robotic machine could perform facial rejuvenation? Well now it is possible. Anteis has released a very novel and innovative motorised injecting system for its dermal filler range, and it has been recently introduced at The Victorian Cosmetic Institute. This injecting system allows for superior flow control that is not easily achievable when injecting by hand. Typically, dermal fillers come in syringes, and the amount injected depends on the pressure applied by the injected on the plunger of the syringe. The anteis injecting system forgoes the plunger, and instead uses a motorised system to push the filler through the syringe at a set consistent rate.

The key advantages of this system are;
1. It is possible to be extremely precise with your injecting . Very accurate lines of filler can be injected into the skin, and this is particularly useful for areas where consistency is important, for example around the eyes and the lips.
2. Due to the consistent pressure of the injecting system, the fillers are less painful to inject. Pain associated with filler injections is often related to the degree or speed of expansion of the filler, so a constant flow rate means less pain.
3. It allows for consistency of injection for all patients