PDO Thread Lift for Nasolabial Folds
By combining 360-degree ‘cog’ threads implanted under the skin in non-invasive techniques, we may successfully correct the nasolabial fold line and renew and tighten the skin.
The Thread Lift is a revolutionary new form of facelift. It does the same thing by making the face skin seem younger and more appealing. However, it does not come with the drawbacks associated with a typical facelift.
During a Thread Lift, Dr. Alhallak introduces tiny sutures under the layer of skin using a delicate needle. Raising the loose skin will help eliminate the nasolabial folds. This procedure is less invasive and quicker than a traditional facelift. Additionally, it is non-invasive, which is a significant benefit in cosmetic treatments.
A Nasolabial folds thread Lift carries relatively minimal risk. It provides ease in addition to superior outcomes. Sutures implanted under the skin are biodegradable, eliminating the need for follow-up treatments. Sutures gradually dissolve on their own. If you ever want to reverse the effects of the sutures, all you have to do is wait for this to occur. We can combine the thread lift with fillers for the best nasolabial folds correction results.
Fotona Intraoral for Nasolabial Folds
The Fotona intraoral treatment is a ground-breaking bulk-heating laser therapy that works from the inside out to tighten and firm the lower face! The moderate, regulated laser causes collagen contraction instantly by decreasing collagen fibers while simultaneously fostering new collagen formation. The Fotona intraoral therapy improves the nasolabial tissue’s tightness and elasticity, which results in a plumping impact on the nasolabial folds.
A laser pulse (dubbed Smooth mode) is focused towards the mucosa membrane within the mouth at very low rates to target the inner cheek tissues. This kind of bulk heating induces a wound healing response in the targeted locations, which results in collagen remodeling.
Ulthera for Nasolabial Folds
Ultherapy, a fancy term for Ultrasound therapy, is the first Health- Canada-approved non-surgical facelift. It bypasses the skin’s surface layer, delivering precisely focused ultrasonic energy to the desired location and temperature. A complete face treatment takes around two hours, with effects lasting approximately one year after a single treatment. Tenderness and mild bruising are common side effects that heal rapidly.
- The two primary disadvantages of Ulthera treatment for Nasolabial folds: first, it takes three to six months before you see the full impact of correcting the nasolabial folds
- The treatment’s discomfort level is high, which we manage with oral pain medication and on-demand inhaled Nitrous oxide. It costs between $1500 and $2500 on average for each session.