Thread lift

Specialty of Aesthetic medicine

The thread lift is a technique in cosmetic surgery that uses fine threads to rejuvenate the face and can be applied both to eliminate wrinkles and facial flaccidity, to raise the eyebrows, or even to redefine the oval of the face and the contour of the jaw. There are two types of threads: permanent threads, which are made of propylene; and temporary ones, made with dioxanone, material that after about two years is reabsorbed by the organism without need of any operation. Surgery interventions with tensioning threads require the making of small incisions through which the threads are grafted to move them and place them in the tissue of the desired area until they are fixed in the position marked by the surgeon.

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