Trending in Aesthetics – Lunch-Time Facelift – Thread Lift
WHAT IS A LUNCH-TIME FACELIFT?
The Lunch-Time Facelift Can tighten the skin and restore volume loss in the face!
WHAT IS A LUNCH-TIME FACELIFT OR THREAD LIFT?
A thread lift is the traditional facelift’s less invasive younger sibling. As the name would suggest, thread lifts use unique threads made of clear polypropylene, which are inserted through small incisions using a needle. These threads have small cones on the end that grab and pull at the skin underneath the surface to lift and tighten the skin. These hypodermic needles are inserted superficially into the soft tissue, where they can grip and pull to reposition the skin. No worries the face is numbed prior and the downtime is minimal. Really just a day or two maximum.
Threads with small cones, as described above, can also be inserted individually and used to grip and tighten the skin as needed.
The unreal part? The threads actually stay in your body. They’re surgical sutures that are made of a synthetic and absorbable polydioxanone or PDO. They’re the same kind of sutures that are used in surgery, and PDO is considered one of the safest materials and very few people react to this material. The PDO helps your body stimulate collagen and increases tissue healing, therefore, causing an Anti-aging effect.
No Surgery – Can be combined with Injectables: 60 Minutes Or Less
Virtually Pain-Free• Minimal Recovery Time • Results can last 14-18 month
If you are experiencing mild to moderate “Volume Loss” of the face and have areas of loose skin but you are not quite ready for facial plastic surgery, you might be a great candidate for the “Lunch-Time Facelift” The Lunch-Time Facelift is a thread lift that can also be combined with facial fillers and PRP.
Areas that we can address with the Lunch-Time Facelift:
The entire face, jaws, and jowls can be addressed with the Thread Lift.
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