Until recently, the only way to address problems caused by facial skin laxity — such as jowls and drooping cheeks — was facelift surgery. After all, while skin resurfacing treatments can help to restore some degree of firmness, once loose skin is present, only a scalpel can truly remove it. However, while the approach of relying on injectable compounds and skin resurfacing until facelift surgery becomes absolutely necessary works for many patients, not everyone is willing or able to have surgery. If you're in this group, you'll be happy to know that a new type of procedure has been developed to fill in the gap between noninvasive facial rejuvenation and facelift surgery — the thread lift. A thread lift is a type of procedure wherein temporary sutures are used to produce a subtle but visible "lift" in the skin.
What you need to know about thread lifts
Contour threads - Wikipedia
For decades surgeons have attempted to create a more youthful appearance of the periorbital region, including techniques to reshape and position the eyebrow complex. The downfall of some treatments is their invasive nature. To address this, surgeons have recently turned to the use of barbed sutures to elevate and reposition brows. Although the elevation of brows using barbed Contour threads is still considered a surgical procedure, it is much less invasive than traditional surgical procedures used to elevate the brow.
Contour thread lift
The " ptosis " or descent of facial tissues with aging is a universal phenomenon to which much cosmetic facial surgery is directed. These are anchored under secure points in fronto-occipitalis and temporalis tissues. Dropped or "ptosed" facial skin is then elevated onto the barbed threads, and stay elevated because of the barbs.
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