Tension threads: rejuvenate your face without surgery

Do you fight facial flaccidity with yarn? Rejuvenate your face at the same level as for needle surgery? Yes, today it is possible due to a new technique incorporated. Tensioning threads are meant to help combat facial and body flaccidity to improve the overall appearance of the human body. This treatment is meant to rejuvenate the skin without using needles or incisions. It is a very fast and simple technique.

How does it work?

This technique starts by marking the areas to be treated, this marking being later, the guide for placing the wires. The introduction of the threads is done with a very fine needle-calendula in the subcutaneous tissue. The shape of the threads is very thin, being made of polydioxane, a resorbable material and compatible with the dermis. The suites have small spikes that allow them to be fastened to the tissue without the need to make anchors and sutures for fastening.

This intervention does not require anesthesia, and after the intervention the patient can return to normal life without problems. The treatment consists of the tissue of a network of cross threads that holds the fabric. Once introduced, the area to be treated is tightened and stimulated collagen production.

What results are obtained with this technique? The role of these interventions is to raise the cheekbones, play the facial oval, improve the nasal groove, etc. It may also have other results such as: it reaffirms the inner face of the arms, thighs, buttocks, breasts and abdomen.

All these results are very fast, even if their definitive efficacy will be visible after 20 days from the end of the treatment, which can take up to one year.

This treatment does not cause bleeding or scarring and does not require anesthesia or sutures, as it is a painless technique. The intervention duration is somewhere up to a maximum of 30 minutes. This treatment is recommended for women over 40, those women who want to improve their appearance, and prevent aging, but without having to go through the operating room.

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