3 Vector Lift Full Face Treatment Using V Soft Lift Lifting PDO Threads

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3-Vector Lift Full Face Treatment – PDO threads vs. Surgical

There are a number of lift type treatments out there to turn back time and restore a youthful appearance. Neck lifts, orbital lifts, jowl lifts… these are just a few examples, and then you have the 3-vector lift. So, what is it and how is it done?

If you’ve found this page, then you know that there’s not a lot of information out there regarding 3-vector lifts and today we’re going to remediate that with a comprehensive look at what a 3-vector lift entails and how it compares to the surgical alternatives. We’ll also throw in a treat for those readers out there who would like to know more about the PDO threads themselves, both from a patient and from a physician’s perspective.

If you’re ready to get those details that you’ve been searching so hard to find, then get comfortable and let’s talk about the 3-vector lift full face treatment and the PDO threads that make this non-surgical option not only possible – but arguably even better than the antiquated surgical alternative!

What is a surgical equivalent of a 3-Vector lift?

The surgical alternative to a 3-vector lift is a term you’ve heard before – it’s called a ‘facelift’. With a facelift, a surgeon lifts sagging facial tissue into place, trimming excess skin in order to smooth out wrinkles and to restore a more youthful appearance to the face.

The problem with this for older patients is that the surgical approach is somewhat ‘two dimensional’. While the gravitational factors that affect the face all have the same associated anatomical vectors (ie the nasolabial, jowl, orbital, and marionette line areas, for instance), simply tightening them doesn’t address the entire issue.

That’s because as we age, our bodies are less efficient at producing elastin and collagen. This is what results in the ‘dulling’ and ‘weathered’ appearance of older skin, but beyond that there is another problem – volumetric loss.

With less volume in flesh and fat of the face, what happens is best described as ‘3-dimensional aging’. The sagging and wrinkled skin is made more prominent, due to the higher visibility of the bones in your face. Simply tightening the muscles surgically and cutting out some of the skin can certainly deal with the wrinkles, but the volumetric thinning means that the result is often a ‘stretched’ look that is simply not the ideal symmetry that the patient is hoping to achieve.

Filler treatments, dermabrasions, and additional cosmetic options can certainly help to fill in the gaps, but you’re looking at hours of expensive surgery, the possibility of multiple visits, and many weeks of recovery. That’s why more and more people have been going for non-surgical options, such as a PDO thread 3-vector full face treatment. Let’s take a look at what the PDO thread alternative entails. 

What is a PDO thread 3-vector full face treatment?

A PDO thread 3-vector lift full face treatment forgoes surgery for a less invasive approach – lifting the muscle tissues by use of a barbed PDO thread such as VSoft lifting threads. Rather than focusing on a single vector of the face, 3 vectors are targeted at one – for instance, the orbital, nasolabial, and jowl area might be done, although the most common 3-vector lift is the nasolabial, marionette, and the jowls.

By lifting and tightening these areas, wrinkles on the skin are smoothed and the targeted 3 vectors of the face are simultaneously tightened in the process. If volume loss from aging is substantial, then fillers may be added at this time, and dermabrasion is a possibility if that’s what you want as well. The end result is more of a 3-dimensional approach that looks natural – not ‘stretched’.

Another nice perk of PDO lifts is that everything can likely be performed in the same session. That’s because the PDO thread lift is not only non-invasive, but it’s a procedure that only takes about half an hour to perform.

Basically, your doctor gives you a topical anesthetic or perhaps nitrous oxide if you have a lot of anxiety about clinics in general, and then the threads are put into place with a cannula, pulled tight, and you’re done.

If you’ve ever heard the term ‘lunchtime lifts’, that’s where it comes from – a PDO thread lift is about as non-invasive as it gets. When you add in that recovery time from a facelift is typically 4 to 6 weeks, 2 of which you’ll likely need to wear a chin strap or wrap, it’s easy to see why so many people prefer a PDO thread lift to surgery.

PDO threads dissolve – Why is the PDO lift so popular?

Yes, PDO threads dissolve over time, but think about this – that 30-minute visit to the clinic for the lift treatment typically lasts around 18 months (although this will be less with patients below the age of 40). With high-end PDO threads such as VSoft lift, they can last up to 2 years (and we’ll tell you more about these later so that you can request them for your own procedure.).

The thing is, PDO threads don’t simply dissolve, but rather stimulate neocollagenesis in your skin. This is a state where collagen production is boosted and increased blood flow is experienced, so that your skin is nourished and the color of youth slowly suffuses the skin once again.

As far as why so many prefer this over surgery, there are a number of reasons. First and foremost, most of us are not thrilled with the idea of surgical blades being used in as intimate a place as the face, but there is also the fact that a 3-vector lift costs approximately 80% less than the surgical alternative. When you add in that the recovery time is a matter of staying home for a recommended 24 hours with a possibility of light bruising, compared to 4 – 6 weeks (and 2 of those with a chin strap) for surgery then the appeal is clear.

PDO thread lifts give you the results that you want without the worry and without having to ‘hide out’ for a few weeks to ‘emerge’ with your new look – and this cost-effective treatment is accessible to whoever wants it!

What’s not to like?!

VSoft PDO threads provide longer-lasting results

We touched briefly on VSoft quality PDO threads and how they can help to ensure longer-lasting results while stimulating neocollagenesis to nurture your skin, but there are more perks for choosing them for your treatment. Here is a quick view to give you an idea and we’ll link some quick information towards the end of this article if you would like to learn more:

·        Subdermal effects – At the subdermal level, VSoft Lift PDO thread stimulates lipolysis, which reduces the amount of adipose (fatty) tissue volume over time. 

·        Intradermal effects – At the intradermal level, increased blood flow and metabolism induce neocollagenesis to refresh and restore the skin.

·        Specialized polymer coating – VSoft thread’s proprietary, FDA-approved design includes a polymer coating that enhances the tensile strength of the thread by as much as 10% to 20% more than comparable threads on the market.

·        Improved lift – Vsoft’s molded and barbed PDO threads provide superior lift, so that fewer threads are required for your lift procedure. That means a stronger hold to preserve your results and less recovery time for you!

·        Maximized collagen production – Vsoft threads provide the most biostimulation of any thread on the market, making them the thread of choice for high-end clinics around the world. 

VSoft Lift threads are produced by the largest PDO thread manufacturer in the world and for good reason – clinics want the best for their patients and VSoft lift provides it.


What type of VSoft threads should I ask for and how can I learn more?

For a 3-Vector lift, the thread of choice will be the V Soft Lift Lifting PDO Threads Size 19G x 90MM. These threads are extremely durable and will provide superior lift and stimulation for the skin once they are firmly in place after your 3-vector lift. By clicking that link, you’ll be redirected to VSoft and while you are there you can check out a video of the actual lift process.

You’ll notice the patient is smiling – that’s how non-invasive this procedure actually is. You can schedule it for your lunchbreak, although your physician will recommend that you take a 24 hours period for recovery before getting back into the grind of work to show off your new results. Best of all, while your new youthful appearance will be apparent right away, during the next 2 weeks the neocollagenesis is going to refresh your skin and give it a more youthful flush and at the end of that time you’ll be able to see the full results of your procedure.

It’s amazing, affordable, and with VSoft quality PDO threads, you’ll be able to enjoy the results for up to 2 years before you’ll need to visit your physician for another half-hour to refresh.

We have to say — the modern world definitely has its perks!

Some closing words on 3-Vector Full Face Treatment and VSoft

Today we’ve taken a closer look at the 3-Vector Full Face Treatment with PDO threads, as well as the industry-leading VSoft PDO threads that can help you to maximize results and minimize recovery time. For patients of physicians who wish to learn more about these threads, VSoft has provided an informative guide with all the technical details that you  can access directly at VSoft Lift here.

We hope that all of your questions about this process have been adequately answered today. Remember, a 3-Vector Full Face treatment can give you the results that you want right away, but VSoft can help to ensure that you keep those results longer!




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