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Threads are one of the most effective tools for non-surgical rejuvenation aimed at tissue lifting. In essence, these are the same surgical self-absorbable threads made of polydioxanone with antimicrobial properties used to hold sutures in traditional surgery.

Currently, the market of cosmetic products offers:

  • monofilament (their surface is absolutely smooth, the threads differ only in thickness and length);
  • twin threads (threads are intertwined like a braid and provide a stronger plexus with human tissues);
  • double screw (spiral threads used for maximum lifting effect);
  • cog (have notches and are installed in places subject to the biggest gravity aging);
  • rose (have thorns instead of notches and provide maximum tightening, close to the results of a full-fledged surgical intervention).

What Does a Thread Look Like?

Every thread lift supplier supplies threads in the same form factor: in the form of a flexible, thin needle that allows the cosmetologist to model a furrow in the tissues in order to place the thread and, specifically, the thread itself inside the needle.

After the thread’s fixation, the needle is painlessly pulled out, and the thread itself remains inside, creating a kind of a frame. Eventually, the threads become overgrown with the body’s own collagen fibers, creating a prolonged lifting effect.

Installing Threads Doesn’t Hurt At All

Despite the fact that the procedure of dermal lifting threads fixation looks rather daunting from the outside, in fact, it doesn’t require the use of local anesthetics. The fact is that the needles being used are so thin that they don’t tear but simply push the tissue apart.

Depending on the size of the area to be treated, either ten or several times more threads can be used.

After the procedure, a patient can return to their usual business: the rehabilitation period is not required in this case.

Where Do Threads Work the Most Effectively?

Threads show the maximum performance in the following areas:

  • eyebrows and upper eyelids;
  • middle third of the face (cheekbones and cheeks);
  • tip of the nose;
  • jowls;
  • neck and chin;
  • neckline;
  • stomach;
  • buttocks;
  • inner thighs.

It should be noted that a cosmetologist chooses its own “pattern” of furrows and the required number of threads for each zone. Depending on it, either the effect of a global tightening or the elimination of asymmetry is created.

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Can Threads and Fillers Be Combined?
Threads and fillers perform different tasks: the first one is aimed at fighting gravitational ptosis, the second one is aimed at the elimination of wrinkles and volumization of soft tissues.

These two solutions don’t contradict each other and can be used in combination. However, in one session, these procedures can be applied to different areas so as not to provoke excessive puffiness.

It is better to install threads after a set of hardware procedures aimed at improving the global skin turgor.

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