What Is Thread Facelift?
Spider web aesthetic leads the most preferred non-surgical skin lifting applications recently. The process has a system activating the production of collagen, fibroblast and elastane which diminish in time by placing medical threads under the skin.
Information About Spider Web Aesthetic
Spider web aesthetic is a delicate cosmetic surgery procedure to gently lift sagging facial skin to produce a smoother, more youthful appearance. If gravity has started to take its toll on your face, a thread lift may be a less invasive alternative to a face lift to rejuvenate the face without the risks and downtime associated with surgery. The thread-lift procedure involves very fine surgical sutures being inserted in to the soft tissue of the face to lift and support sagging areas. It cannot offer the same results as a full face lift but is a good option for a more subtle rejuvenation.
The procedures is usually carried out using local anaesthetic, and takes around 30 minutes depending on the treatment area and it lasts for 2 years. Only fully trained and qualified cosmetic surgeons should perform a thread lift procedure. It is particularly important for your practitioner to have a good understanding of anatomy in order to know where to carefully place the threads.
How Is Thread Facelift Applied?
Through the use of topical and local anaesthetic, you should only experience a mild discomfort as the thread is inserted. Thread lifting is a very safe procedure and complications are extremely rare. Side effects are minimal but may include temporary swelling and bruising. Patients may feel a slight tightness or pulling sensation following the treatment, but this subsides within a few weeks. This varies on the patients age, quality of the skin, degree of sagging and the number of threads used.
However, studies have shown that results can last between 18 months based on lifestyle. It is not recomended to the patients who are younger than 18 years old and allergic patients.