Jawline contouring case # 1069
Until recently, surgery was the only way to address problems in the lower face, such as jowls and drooping jawlines. After all, while skin laser resurfacing procedures can help to improve firmness to some extent; However, a scalpel was the only tool to correct it.
However, while the approach of dermal fillers injectable and skin resurfacing might work in some cases, there was a considerable gap between noninvasive facial rejuvenation, jawline contouring, and facelift surgery, which was filled with threads. The consultation and procedure were performed by Dr. Alhallak, Doctor of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical sciences.
Jawline Contouring with PDO Thread
The PDO thread Jawline lift is designed to raise your facial features and restore a youthful appearance to your skin. It minimizes wrinkles and fine lines and stimulates collagen formation to provide volume to the treated region.
While PDO thread therapy is available throughout Edmonton, it is critical to get treatment from an expert aesthetic practitioner to ensure the process goes well and without problems.
Additionally, PDO thread preparation and aftercare are critical. Consider the following points if you are considering receiving therapy.
Preparation for Jawline contouring Treatment
Your practitioner will create a customized action plan for you based on your skin type and desired treatment. However, the conventional criteria are as follows:
Smoking and all forms of alcohol must be avoided for at least one week prior to the Jawline contouring treatment since they dry the skin and may potentially interfere with the anesthetic stage. It assists in expediting the healing process and achieving the best possible therapeutic outcomes.
Avoid omega-3 fish oils, vitamin E, chilli ginseng, garlic, and krill for at least two days prior to the therapy. Additionally, green and ginger drinks should be avoided.
Aspirin-containing medicines such as Naproxen/Naprogesic, Neurofen, and Ibuprofen must be avoided due to the risk of bleeding, adverse side effects, and problems.
Avoid high-intensity activity and sauna or steam room visits.
Your practitioner may provide further instructions on what to do before the treatment.
What to Do Following the procedure
Although the procedure requires little recovery time, there are still certain things you may do to expedite the process and achieve the greatest outcomes. Due to the anesthetic, some patients may suffer nausea following the thread lift operation. However, it will subside after a few sips of water.
Following the therapy, the following further steps should be taken:
If you have minor bruising or swelling, ice the treatment region
For one day, restrict face movements. Rest for a full day following the therapy.
You may walk about freely during this time but refrain from vigorous activities or heavy lifting for three weeks.
You may use pain medication as needed following the surgery. Consume them after a meal to avoid nausea.
It is prudent to abstain from aspirin for the next two weeks following therapy.
For at least 48 hours, refrain from putting makeup or face cream.
For at least a week, refrain from drinking beverages using a straw and stick to liquids or soft meals.
For at least two weeks, chewing gum should be avoided.
It is common to have some discomfort in the first two days following the surgery; this will progressively subside.
Consider elevating your head for a week after the Jawline contouring procedure.
For at least three weeks, refrain from pulling your face skin, massaging, exfoliating, or exfoliating the skin. Additionally, you should refrain from washing or touching your face for at least 12 hours.
Adhere to the practitioner’s incision wound care instructions.
To avoid swelling, it is suggested that you sleep on your back. Avoid straining or applying pressure on your face, as this may cause threads to become misaligned.
Avoid all dental work for at least two weeks following the PDO thread lift.
It is critical to visit your practitioner promptly if you experience unexpected discomfort or swelling.
Frequently Asked Questions
The following are some frequently asked concerns about PDO thread Jawline contouring
Due to the nonsurgical nature of this procedure, there is little downtime. However, it is preferable to allow one to two days of recuperation time or the amount of downtime recommended by your practitioner.
Is it OK to resume work soon following treatment?
You should be able to return to work within one day to one week after therapy. The time commitment varies per job.
When is it OK to shower following treatment?
It is suggested that you refrain from touching, wetting, or cleaning your face for at least 12 hours following the treatment. Even after that, it is advised to avoid exfoliating or massaging the treated region for approximately three weeks following treatment.