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Aesthetic medical practices strive to provide patients with safe, effective, and comfortable treatments that yield optimal results. The MeDinjecT automated injector has revolutionized the landscape of aesthetic medicine, offering precise, efficient, and comfortable delivery of injectable treatments.

MeDinjecT automated injector device.
Automated injectors have emerged as versatile tools in the realm of aesthetic medicine, offering practitioners a wide array of treatment options with precision and efficiency.

Practitioners can now perform a wide range of treatments with ease and confidence, enhancing patient outcomes and satisfaction.

We explore the benefits of the MeDinjecT automated injector as well as the transformative treatments that automated injectors can provide aesthetic medical practices, giving them a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

Benefits of Automated Injectors

Automated injectors represent a transformative advancement in the field of aesthetic medicine.

The integration of an automated injector into an aesthetic medical practice elevates the standard of care, enhances treatment precision and efficiency, and improves the overall patient experience.

Precision and Consistency

One of the primary benefits of automated injectors are their ability to deliver injectable treatments with unparalleled precision and consistency.

This advanced technology is equipped with multiple needles and allows practitioners to program specific parameters such as injection depth, volume, and speed, ensuring uniform distribution of product across targeted areas. By automating the injection process, practitioners can achieve precise placement of injectables with each treatment.

The precision of automated injectors enables practitioners to tailor treatments to each patient’s unique anatomy and aesthetic goals, ensuring optimal results with every procedure.

The integration of an automated injector into an aesthetic practices elevates the standard of care, providing practitioners with a reliable and efficient tool for delivering superior aesthetic outcomes resulting in higher patient satisfaction.

Efficiency and Time Savings

An automated injector streamlines the injection process, resulting in significant efficiency gains and time savings for both practitioners and patients. With the ability to deliver multiple injections simultaneously, practitioners can treat larger areas in less time, accommodating a higher volume of patients while maintaining quality care.

Patients benefit from shorter treatment times and reduced downtime, allowing them to resume their daily activities with minimal interruption.

The efficiency and time savings provided by automated injectors enhance the patient experience and enable aesthetic practices to deliver exceptional care, maximize productivity, and enhance overall practice profitability.

Patient Comfort and Satisfaction

The gentle, controlled motion of an automated injector provides a more comfortable experience for patients compared to single-needle manual injections. The device delivers injections quickly and smoothly, minimizing discomfort and reducing the risk of bruising or swelling.

Performing a procedure on a patient's forehead with an automated injector.
By automating the injection process, practitioners can achieve optimal treatment outcomes while reducing treatment time and enhancing patient comfort.

The precise delivery of injectables results in natural-looking and symmetrical outcomes, further enhancing patient satisfaction.

Patients appreciate the enhanced comfort and convenience offered by automated injectors, leading to higher levels of satisfaction and increased patient retention.

Versatility and Adaptability

The versatility and adaptability of automated injectors are unparalleled, offering practitioners a wide range of options to tailor treatments to each patient’s unique needs and aesthetic goals.

These devices can accommodate a diverse range of injectables, including dermal fillers, neuromodulators, vitamins, hyaluronic acid, exosomes, stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP).

Whether performing facial contouring, skin rejuvenation, or hair restoration treatments, automated injectors empower practitioners to deliver superior aesthetic outcomes with precision and ease. The versatility and adaptability of multi-needle automated injectors make them indispensable tools in the arsenal of modern aesthetic practices, revolutionizing the delivery of injectable treatments and elevating the standard of care.

Learn More About the MeDinjecT Automated Injector and Exosomes

MedInjecT automated digital syringe injector device.


Multi-Solution Automated Injector

The MeDinjecT is an automated digital syringe injector. It’s designed to balance injectable substances with equal distribution into the skin, using a 9 needle, adjustable-depth, disposable tip.


Vial of exosomes used for hair restoration.



The natural nanoparticles are a rich mixture of precision growth factors, peptides, cytokines, and mRNA that target hair cellular structures to facilitate the repair of cells.


Many Transformative Treatments Delivered by a Single Device

Automated injectors, such as the MeDinjecT, offer practitioners a wide array of treatment options to address various concerns with precision and efficiency. These innovative devices streamline the delivery of injectable treatments, empowering practitioners to achieve optimal results while maximizing patient comfort and satisfaction.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are a cornerstone of aesthetic medicine. With the controlled motion of an automated injector, practitioners can administer dermal filler injections with unparalleled precision and consistency. The device allows for uniform distribution of filler across targeted areas, ensuring smooth, even results and reducing the risk of overcorrection or asymmetry.

The use of an automated injector for dermal fillers elevates the standard of care in aesthetic medicine, providing patients with safe, effective, and predictable results for facial rejuvenation.

Hyaluronic Acid

Utilizing an automated injector for skin rejuvenation with hyaluronic acid offers a precise and efficient approach to enhancing skin texture, hydration, and overall appearance.

Hyaluronic acid plays a crucial role in maintaining moisture and volume. With the controlled motion of an automated injector, practitioners can deliver hyaluronic acid injections with precision, ensuring uniform distribution and optimal absorption into the skin. This targeted delivery stimulates collagen production, promotes tissue hydration, and improves skin elasticity

By harnessing the advanced technology of automated injectors, practitioners can tailor treatments to address specific concerns, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven texture, while minimizing discomfort and downtime for patients.

Neuromodulators (Botulinum Toxin)

Neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are commonly used to relax facial muscles and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

Use of an automated injector facilitates precise and controlled delivery of neuromodulator injections, minimizing discomfort and optimizing treatment outcomes.

Practitioners can customize injection parameters to target specific muscles and achieve tailored results for each patient.


Mesotherapy involves the injection of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients into the skin to nourish, hydrate, and revitalize the complexion.

Mesotherapy performed with an automated injector on a patients face.
With an automated injector vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients can be efficiently administered into the skin.

An automated injector enables practitioners to perform mesotherapy treatments with precision and consistency, delivering customized cocktails of ingredients to address specific skin concerns.

The device ensures accurate placement of injections and reduces discomfort for patients, resulting in smoother, more radiant skin.

Hand Rejuvenation

Hand rejuvenation treatments involve the use of dermal fillers and skin boosters to restore volume, minimize wrinkles, and improve skin texture on the hands.

With an automated injector, practitioners can administer injections to the dorsal and volar aspects of the hands, rejuvenating their appearance and restoring a youthful vitality.

Neck and Décolletage Treatments

The neck and décolletage are common areas of concern for aging and sun damage.

Automated injectors enable practitioners to deliver injectable treatments to these delicate areas with precision, targeting concerns such as wrinkles, sagging skin, and hyperpigmentation for comprehensive rejuvenation.

Scar Revision

Scar revision treatments aim to minimize the appearance of scars caused by injury, surgery, or acne.

Automated injectors can be used to deliver injectable treatments such as corticosteroids, hyaluronic acid fillers, or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) directly into scars, promoting collagen remodeling and improving texture and appearance.

Hair Restoration

Automated injectors can be used to perform hair restoration treatments by delivering growth factors, vitamins, PRP, exosomes, stem cells and other nutrients directly into the scalp.

The device facilitates precise and uniform distribution of injections, stimulating hair follicles, promoting circulation, and encouraging new hair growth. Patients experience minimal discomfort and downtime, with noticeable improvements in hair density and thickness over time.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy harnesses the healing properties of a patient’s own blood to stimulate tissue regeneration and collagen production.

In skin restoration, PRP can be administered via microneedling or injection techniques to improve skin texture, tone, and elasticity. The device ensures uniform delivery of PRP across the treatment area, maximizing its effectiveness. The growth factors and cytokines present in PRP promote tissue repair and rejuvenation, resulting in a more youthful and radiant complexion.

In hair restoration, PRP is injected into the scalp to stimulate hair follicles, increase blood flow, and promote hair growth. This non-invasive treatment can help address hair thinning and promote thicker, healthier hair. With its natural regenerative properties, PRP offers patients a safe and effective option for achieving both skin and hair rejuvenation.


Using an automated injector to deliver exosomes offers a revolutionary approach to regenerative medicine. With precise control over injection depth, volume and speed, automated injectors ensure uniform distribution of exosomes into targeted tissues, maximizing their therapeutic potential for tissue repair, regeneration, and rejuvenation.

In skin restoration treatments, exosomes can be topically applied or delivered via microneedling or automated injection techniques to rejuvenate the skin, reducing wrinkles, improving texture, and promoting a more youthful appearance.

MeDinjecT automated injector being used on a patient's scalp for hair restoration.
Various therapies, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP), growth factors, exosomes and stem cells, can be injected into the scalp for hair restoration treatments.

In hair restoration therapies, exosomes can stimulate dormant hair follicles, increase hair density, and promote new hair growth, offering a non-invasive and natural solution for addressing hair loss and thinning.

As research continues to uncover the full potential of exosomes in skincare and hair restoration, these innovative treatments hold promise for revolutionizing the fields of dermatology and aesthetic medicine.

By harnessing the advanced technology of automated injectors, practitioners can optimize the delivery of exosomes, enhancing treatment outcomes and patient satisfaction in a wide range of regenerative medicine applications.

Stem Cells

Skin and hair restoration treatments utilizing stem cells offer a promising frontier in regenerative medicine, leveraging the regenerative potential of stem cells to rejuvenate both skin and hair follicles. Stem cells, known for their ability to differentiate into various cell types, are harnessed to promote tissue repair, stimulate collagen production, and enhance hair growth.

In skin restoration treatments, stem cells are applied topically or injected into the skin to improve texture, tone, and elasticity, reducing wrinkles, scars, and other signs of aging.

In hair restoration therapies, stem cells are used to stimulate dormant hair follicles, promote new hair growth, and increase hair density.

These innovative treatments hold the potential to revolutionize the fields of dermatology and hair restoration, offering patients natural and effective solutions for achieving youthful, vibrant skin and luscious, healthy hair.

Before and After Results Using an Automated Injector for Hair Restoration

Why Add An Automated Injector to Your Practice?

Incorporating a multi-needle automated injector into an aesthetic medical practice offers numerous benefits, including precision and consistency in treatment delivery, efficiency and time savings, enhanced patient comfort and satisfaction and versatility in delivering a wide range of injectable treatments.

By harnessing the advanced technology of automated injectors, these innovative devices empower practitioners to elevate the quality of care they provide, optimize practice workflow, and achieve superior treatment outcomes for their patients.

Automated Injector FAQs

An automated injector can be used to deliver a wide range of therapeutic agents for various medical and aesthetic treatments. Some common therapeutic agents include:

1. Dermal fillers
2. Neuromodulators
3. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
4. Mesotherapy solutions
5. Stem cells
6. Growth factors
7. Antibiotics
8. Local anesthetics
9. Exosomes
10. Hormones

These are just a handful of examples.

The MeDinjecT uses 9 and 5 needle cartridges.


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