Almost the main rejuvenation procedure now is the thread lift - an excellent, less invasive alternative to the standard face lift. The aesthetic medicine clinic offers a variety of procedures with lifting threads. In the article we will look at what they are and what their phenomenon is, as well as how different types of threads differ.
What is a thread lift
Revitalizing and lifting threads allow non-surgical lifting or modeling of individual parts of the body:
- inner thighs.
Their correct introduction under the skin causes the tissue to stay in place. Effect? Reduction of sagging skin caused by age. It is important to note that the procedure also stimulates skin regeneration. Thanks to the increased production of collagen, elastin and natural hyaluronic acid, the skin becomes tighter and more elastic, regaining its youthful appearance.
Most threads are made of materials that dissolve in the human body, so they disappear completely over time.
Threading is constantly gaining popularity because it gives immediate visible results without the use of a scalpel. The lack of incisions increases the safety of the procedure and leaves no scars. The procedure can be repeated. The important thing is that all types of threads are invisible and imperceptible.
What can be improved with Thread Lifting?
Smooth lifting threads are a good solution for people over 30 who show the first signs of aging, as well as for older patients to revitalize the skin.
In older people, both hooks and cone threads are usually used, which provide a stronger effect due to additional mechanical action. The best lifting effect is achieved by combined methods.
Thread lifting helps eliminate, among other things:
- sagging cheeks;
- lowered eyebrows;
- mimic wrinkles;
- loose skin on the cheeks, neck and body;
- double chin;
- asymmetry and change of the oval of the face with age.
You can also strengthen and lift the bust, lift the buttocks and loose skin on the arms. It can also improve the appearance of the inner thighs or abdomen. Threads are also used on the neck and neckline.
How the procedure is carried out
The thread implantation procedure is preceded by a consultation with a specialist. During such a meeting, the doctor discusses with the patient his expectations and identifies possible contraindications for the procedure. The procedure itself is quite simple.
After local anesthesia, the specialist correctly inserts the threads, naturally using the tension lines of the face. This is done using a special very thin needle or cannula. It takes 30 minutes to an hour to complete.