We all will age eventually and as we grow older, we see a lot of skin changes, and the most common is sagging of skin both on the body and face. These early signs of aging can cause the breakdown of tissues and it’s important to address this. People try many surgeries and yet that younger and glowing skin can’t appear. But if you are looking for a short recovery and effective results, then you should give Thread lift a try.
The face and neck area are common areas of concern, but thread lift procedures can also be used to address other areas of concern, such as sagging hips, knee, and elbow wrinkles.
Thread lifting is a short procedure that focuses on the signs of aging on the lower surface and involves placing a PDO thread under the skin and pulling it to achieve the desired skin lifting effect. Although it can also solve the problems of sagging eyebrows and sagging cheeks, thread lifts usually focus on the middle face, jaw, and neck lifts. The popular available brands are Silhouette Soft, Aqulift, Mint, Nova threads, etc
There are two ways to raise the thread.
This is an outpatient procedure; therefore, you will be discharged on the day of treatment. Depending on the type of thread and suture length you choose, you may experience swelling and bruising. Sleeping with the head raised slightly can also help to swell. In this case, it is recommended to apply a cold compress on the first or second day after treatment to help reduce swelling.
You should avoid movement of the area (such as pulling the facial line with a smile). If you must sneeze or cough, try to hold your face to support the threads in the first week. No makeup or shave for at least ten days after surgery. Try to follow a soft or liquid diet, but also avoid using straws to avoid excessive facial muscle movement. If possible, avoid smoking and drinking alcohol.