Frequently Asked Questions About Suture Facelift
What is Suture Facelift? Also called a Threadlift, it uses medical threads or sutures to pull and lift your skin tissue, much as a surgical facelift, but without the cutting! As a result, you can have a successful, minimally-invasive facelift! If you are still on the fence about it, the following frequently asked questions will provide you with more information.
How does it work?
With its lifting action and healing collagen regeneration, a threadlift can reverse the aging process and appearance and restore the volume to the skin.
What does the procedure involve?
The Medical Assistant will apply a local anesthetic to your face. The doctor inserts a thread under the skin using a fine needle. She applies slight pressure to the treated area to reshape the surface of the skin. This procedure takes about 30 minutes to perform, with zero recovery time.
What areas can be treated with a suture facelift?
We can use a suture facelift in the brow area, the area around the cheekbones, the jawline, and the neck.
What are the side effects?
There is a chance of slight bruising after a suture facelift. Just in case, an antibiotic cream will be prescribed to you by the doctor.
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