Tom O'Brien


Prior to founding Eclipse in 1993, Tom held several leadership positions throughout his career in the medical device industry. Having mastered both disposable and capital equipment sales for companies like C.R. Bard, Tom’s track record of success quickly established Eclipse as the go-to company to launch new technology in the surgical laser industry.

Over time Tom transitioned Eclipse from a leader in the OR surgical laser market to a key player in the aesthetic laser industry. Starting in 2011 Eclipse began a new mission of increasing adoption of Platelet-rich Plasma on a national level.

His vision and leadership has helped Eclipse become one of the most successful medical device companies in its space. Tom’s new mission is to bring game-changing Eclipse technologies in Platelet-Rich Plasma, Microneedling and Shockwave Therapy to the entire globe.


The Magic Needle®

The Ideal Aesthetic Micro Cannula for Fillers

In dermal filler procedures, physicians traditionally use a rigid, sharp classic needle. Unfortunately, such needles tend to break blood vessels, increase risk of vascular occlusion and ecchymosis. MAGIC NEEDLE is designed to gently slide into the skin while reducing the risks and downtime associated with breaking vessels.  

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DISADVANTAGES with the Blunt Tip Needle

Limited choice of handling: the injection technique will be rectilinear as the rigid hypodermic needle or cannula has to follow a straight-line trajectory. The sharp hypodermic will also cut the skin. This technique may cause bleeding and/or other side effects, even when performed by the most skilled physician.


There is a perfect balance between rigidity and flexibility that allows the practitioner to control the movement. The MAGIC NEEDLE is designed to gently slide into the skin.

The MAGIC NEEDLE allows for a perfect balance between flexibility and rigidity allowing control of injection depth and direction.

Innovative Injection Concept

Three Phase Injection Technique:

1. With the starter needle, the practitioner makes a small single entry puncture corresponding to a caliber higher than the MAGIC NEEDLE.

2. The MAGIC NEEDLE is inserted into the skin using a sliding movement. In order for the needle to slide, the skin has to be stretched in the opposite direction to that in which the MAGIC NEEDLE is moving.

3. Once the MAGIC NEEDLE is in position, the injection is performed in a retrograde manner by progressively withdrawing the MAGIC NEEDLE.


Minimizes Pain

Minimizes Risk of Necrosis

Minimizes Recovery Time

Permits a Better Application

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