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How do you guarantee less painful injections ?

The Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris recently led a study on the pain experienced with botulinum toxin injections. 60 patients with facial palsy have been separated in two groups: 30 patients in the Juvapen group and 30 patients in the standard technique group. Authors have concluded that Juvapen is a less painful injection technique than the standard technique. Read the full study or extract by following this link.

Retrograde injections with Juvapen

What is the retrograde injection technique ?
When injecting toxin, it has been clinically proven to allow optimal muscle response. Authors have used a robotic syringe, Juvapen, in order to perform this advanced technique. A new way to inject in aesthetics ! Find out more by reading the full paper on PubMed.

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London, October 2021. Would you get botox by a robot?

“The drawback to injecting with a traditional syringe is that the doctor has to watch the graduation of the syringe to know how much is being injected, while concentrating on the needle depth and site of injection. The Juvapen Expert automatically controls the dose so there’s less room for error. This new technology is particularly useful for micro-dosing, an increasingly preferred method for a natural-looking effect.”

Meet the world’s first robotic syringe designed to prevent ‘botched Botox’


IOL robotics unveiled at the 2021 ESCRS

The European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons’ 39th Congress will see the unveiling of our latest robotic technology. Join us in Amsterdam starting October 9th to witness it firsthand.

IDS: save the new date

The world’s leading trade fair for the dental sector will be taking place 22-25 September in Cologne. Our team is excited to physically meet dentists and industry partners from all over the world! Find us in hall 3, booth E 021 and discover the new Dentapen, now delivering improved intraligamentary injections.

AMWC is back

Congress season is about to start again: we can’t wait to meet you in person. AMWC in Monaco will kick off the season and we’ve got something big lined up. We’ll be introducing our most sophisticated injection technology to date. Stay tuned for an exclusive look at our latest innovations and find us booth J7 starting September 16th. More information on the conference here.

See you soon at AEEDC

Congress season is about to start again: we can’t wait to meet you in person. AEEDC 2021 Conference in Dubai will be the first to kick off the season. Find us booth 717 starting June 29th. See you soon in Dubai.


With summer days upon us, excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, can bring great discomfort. The condition can be due to an underlying health problem, or have no apparent cause. However, the most often contributing factors include the heat and emotions.

Fortunately, hyperhidrosis is commonly treated thanks to botulinum toxin (botox) injections. While the excessive sweating can be located in different areas, such as the palm of the hands or under the armpits, the common factor is that toxin injections in these areas are almost always painful.

Photo courtesy of Dr. Karim Sayed

Thanks to new technology developments there is a way to solve it in a more pleasant way.

By using thinner needles and robotically assisted syringes, the flow of injection is constant and perfectly regulated – making the procedure much less painful. Patients have shown strongly increased satisfaction compared to a manual syringe injection. Bruising and swelling, especially in the axillary zone, have been reduced to a minimum.

What if offering patients a new kind of treatment was exactly what was needed in order to stand out this summer?

Micro-toxin: a technique on the rise

Improving skin texture through superficial toxin injections is one of the latest aesthetic trend. The technique called micro- (or meso-) toxin, involves rejuvenating large areas of skin such as lower face, neck and décolleté through multiple injection points. With micro-droplets creating mere muscle weakening, results are highly natural and therefore particularly in demand.

Some practitioners shy away from the procedure because of the complexity of it when done by hand. The biggest difficulty lies in controlling the dose of each micro-droplet and ensuring repeatability between them.

*Microbotox of the Lower Face and Neck: Evolution of a Personal Technique and Its Clinical Effects.
Woffles T. L. Wu, MBBS, FRCS, FAMS. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal (PRS) November Supplement 2015.

Why use Juvapen?

Computer-controlled syringes offer unparalleled comfort and ease of use for such a procedure. By facilitating the reproducible delivery of multiple injections points at a controlled dose, it is made both faster and safer.

Photo courtesy of Dr. Marchac, FRANCE