Thin lifting is a non-invasive method of skin rejuvenation that uses medical-grade fibers or sutures to create a lifting effect on your skin. In addition to this stimulating effect, strings also stimulate your body’s natural therapeutic response and promote collagen production in treated areas. This ensures that the results will continue to improve over time. If you are considering this procedure to deal with the symptoms of aging skin on your face and neck, you may want to know more about its benefits. Keep reading to find out more.
Short Term Recovery
Unlike facelifts that require 4 weeks of recovery, cord lifting requires only 2 to 3 days of rest. You will probably experience pain and swelling in the treated area but this is tolerable and can be relieved by packing ice packs. After 2 weeks, you can expect a full recovery from this procedure. However, you should expect the final results to appear after 2 to 3 months.
Although the recovery period after lifting the cord is short, you need to adhere to the following instructions after treatment to achieve the best clinical result:
• Apply ice packs to the cleaned area.
• Avoid anything that may pull or pull the strings.
• Avoid using makeup or face creams for 48 hours.
• Avoid chewing gum for two weeks.
• Avoid high temperatures such as saunas or hot showers.
• Avoid getting a face massage.
• Do not apply to the clean area for 48 hours.
• Do not engage in strenuous activities.
• Do not massage or scrub the area for three weeks.
• Do not use grass to drink water or any other beverage.
• Do not wet or touch the cleaned area for at least 12 hours after the procedure.
• Eat soft foods for the first few weeks.
• You can expect to return to work after 1 week.
During your consultation, you will be given full details of the lifting rope to gain more insight into the process.
The results continue to improve over time
Lifting strands can help restore the youthful appearance of your skin to various areas such as your jaw, brow line, and under the eyes, cheeks, and forehead. During the procedure, a special type of needle called a cannula is used to insert the cord into your skin. The number of strings to be used can range from 1 to 50, depending on the results you want. The threads will be adjusted until the desired location is reached. Once in place, the cannula will be slightly removed, leaving the strands in place. Soon after the procedure, you will notice an improvement in the look on your face and neck but this is not yet the result.
Over time, new blood vessels will build up in the treated area, and the production of collagen and elastin will increase dramatically. Collagen helps to fill gaps in loose skin while elastin enhances skin elasticity. Over time, the environment will continue to grow stronger, stronger, and healthier.
Low Risk of Complications
Thread lifting has a lower risk of complications compared to facelift surgery. This is for the following reasons:
• The thread lift is less aggressive and does not require the use of major surgery.
• The procedure uses FDA-approved medical standards.
• The whole procedure is less complicated compared to surgery.
• The procedure is only performed if you have minor signs of skin aging.
While lifting the rope is considered a low-risk procedure, you may still experience problems such as:
• Nerve damage
• Skin rash or rash
• Temporary injuries
• cord breakage
• Negative scars
Immediately after the procedure, you can expect firm and firm skin. Over the next 3 to 6 months, the results will continue to improve as collagen and elastin production increases dramatically in the treated area. While the fibers will disperse after a few months, you can expect the results to last for 1 to 3 years.
The thread lift has many benefits to offer. It is recommended that you consult to determine if these benefits are in line with the results you want to achieve.