Threadlifting refers, rather, to the so-called non-surgical or injection methods of skin tightening. The threads are created on the basis of polydioxanone, a self-absorbable suture material used in surgical practice. The polydiaxanone structures are coated with polylactic acid, which provides hydration in the injection area.
3D - LIFTING (MESO THREAD)
3D Mesothreads or threadlifting is the latest technology for rejuvenation and 3D modeling of face and body contours.
Threadlifting technology with 3D mesothreads allows you to model tissues in any areas of the face and body, even in the most difficult to access. Over time, the thread breaks down into substances that are safe for the body – water and carbon dioxide. The process of introducing threads is less traumatic.
INDICATIONS FOR THE PROCEDURE:
Signs of gravitational ptosis, initial and moderate (violations of the line of the oval face)
Correction of wrinkles and folds
Sagging skin on the face, neck and décolleté
Longitudinal forehead wrinkles, folds
Drooping eyebrow tips
Pronounced nasolacrimal grooves
Wrinkles around the mouth
Sagging cheeks, flews
Sagging skin of the chin, wrinkles on the neck
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR THE PROCEDURE:
Blood clotting disorders
Inflammatory (infectious) process in the area of the proposed injection area
Chronic diseases in the acute stage
Taking anticoagulants and immunosuppressants
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CARE AFTER THE PROCEDURE:
The rehabilitation period is about 7-14 days. After threadlifting, the patient may experience tingling sensations during active facial movements, which is normal, and this discomfort disappears after a few days. Be prepared for the fact that small swelling and bruising may form at the site of the introduction of the mesothreads, which go away on their own without requiring treatment.
You should not be exposed to high temperatures for at least 21 days (baths, saunas, hot baths, solarium)
Do not drink alcohol for 7 days
Avoid manual facial massage for 2-4 weeks