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Pdo Thread Lift For Marionette lines Case #1205

Our face support structure deteriorates as we age, and we lose significant facial volume. When gravity’s downward pressure is combined on the facial tissues, howling, periorbital hollowness, laugh lines, and marionette lines emerge. The non-surgical thread lift sometimes referred to as PDO threads or a thread facelift, is a successful lifting of sagging skin without requiring surgery.

 

What Is a Thread Lift That Is Not Surgical?

Thread lifts are a non-surgical treatment in which threads are introduced just under the skin’s surface to lift and strategically rearrange the skin. Because the threads are a foreign substance that your body does not recognize, they activate a wound healing response, which increases natural collagen, elastin, and binding tissue synthesis. The natural production of these restorative components enables your body to retain the benefits of your thread lift.

We employ PDO threads at Albany Cosmetic and Laser Centre in Edmonton, commonly used for surgical stitching. Because PDO threads are biodegradable, they are naturally absorbed by your body about six to nine months after your non-surgical thread lift. PDO threads may be used to treat most of the face’s regions, including the cheeks, jowls, neck, brows, jawline, under-eye and around-the-nose areas, crow’s feet, and marionette lines.

 

Cog PDO Thread Face Lift

 

Cog threads are similar to mono threads but contain barbs on the bottom that adhere to the skin. They provide support for the area being elevated. Additionally, they stimulate collagen development surrounding the threads and barbs. Typically, cog threads are used to treat the mid-face, jawline, neck, brows, and nose.

The sort of thread that is employed entirely depends on your specific requirements. Dr. Alhallak can determine which threads will provide the greatest outcome during the initial consultation.

 

What to Expect During the Thread Face Lift Treatment That Is Non-Surgical

The non-surgical thread lift procedure takes around 45 minutes to an hour. To ensure your comfort, we shall first give a local anesthetic to the treated regions.

Your therapist will next use a small needle or cannula to introduce the threads just under the skin’s surface. Once inserted, the threads will be adjusted to tighten, elevate, and place the tissue to meet your demands and provide the most natural-looking outcome possible. Patients perceive this aspect of the therapy as unusual but not uncomfortable.

You might anticipate some bruising, swelling, and pain in the treated regions after your non-surgical thread lift surgery. Additionally, your skin may feel tight. Allow about 2-3 weeks for any soreness to diminish and for everything to recover completely.

Additionally, you may see some dimpling or the skin not appearing as smooth as you anticipate soon after treatment. This is perfectly normal and will resolve itself during the following 2-3 weeks. You may even hear a “pop” under your skin when the barbs of the threads lodge in your tissue.

Additional vigor Tylenol and icing the treatment region for around 2-3 days after your thread lift may help alleviate any tightness or discomfort and swelling or bruising.

You will want to avoid applying pressure to your face for around 2-3 weeks after your treatment. Additionally, you must abstain from the rigorous activity and significant sweat, exposure to the sun, dental treatments, and severe facial expressions for around 2-3 weeks.

Who Are the Most Appropriate Candidates for a Non-Surgical Thread Lift?
Thread lifts are not a substitute for neurotoxins or fillers. They are another way to rejuvenate the face and prevent sagging while postponing the need for a surgical facelift. Certain patients will need the volume that dermal fillers can primarily provide. Others may need the usage of neurotoxins to soften wrinkles.

A non-surgical thread lift is suitable for someone between the ages of 40 and 55 who has mild laxity of the cheeks and chin Mandell-developed but drooping malar pads. Typically, these individuals are not interested in undergoing a more intrusive surgical treatment.

 

What Is the Cost of a Non-Surgical Thread Face Lift?

The cost of a non-surgical thread lift varies according to the region treated. Most patients will need 1-2 sessions spaced one month apart to begin. Following that, annual maintenance treatments would be performed. $1,500 jawline lift

 

How Long Does It Take for a Non-Surgical Thread Face Lift to Take Effect?

We employ PDO threads at The Plastic Surgery Clinic and MD Beauty Clinic. PDO threads may last between 6 and 9 months, depending on a range of parameters such as their thickness and the rate your body metabolizes them. However, since the threads encourage your body’s collagen, elastin, and binding tissue synthesis, the effects of your non-surgical thread lift will endure for months after the PDO threads disintegrate. In other words, the effect will last around a year, if not slightly longer.

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