Threads Face Lift
Threads Face Lift at a glance
This treatment involves the embedding of multiple polydioxanones (colourless, crystalline, biodegradable synthetic polymer) mini threads to create a vectorial network that acts as a support for the tissue. It produces an immediate lifting effect, while at the same time stimulating natural collagen production.
As we age, our facial support structure weakens and fat is lost, causing the connective tissue to become thinner; the fibres within the skin begin to breakdown and our skin loses elasticity, become more wrinkled in appearance and starts to sag. The skin also appears to become duller and overall, the face starts to look older. The main areas affected include the cheeks, eyebrows, jowls and neck, which means the overall appearance of the face is older and more wrinkles are visible. In younger people, the cheek and brow can appear to slightly droop.
Multi-directional, three-dimensional barbed PDO threads (non-surgical skin lifting) give an instant mechanical facial ‘lift’ with only minor skin “pinching” and bruising. Several small barbed threads are inserted using blunt delivery tubes at different insertion points. This technique is far less invasive compared to treatments of old. Mini thread treatment makes it possible to regenerate and firm the skin naturally, providing for a more youthful appearance without altering your features or facial expression.
What to Expect During Treatment
Mini thread treatment is effectively pain-free. Dermica mini threads are loaded in very fine and extremely sharp needles, making implantation virtually painless. Only a local anaesthetic is required and used to numb the immediate surface. There is only very slight inflammation, which quickly goes away meaning you can resume normal activities immediately.
- Wrinkle and skin fold improvement
- Brightening of the skin
- Firming of the skin
- An immediate lifting
- The results can be seen immediately
- Revitalising the skin
- Younger looking skin
- Cell regeneration
- Increasing microcirculation in treatment areas
- Increasing natural Collagen production
5 Questions you should be asking your practioner.
Considering undergoing a treatment? Ensure you know the answers to these questions.