Full Face Threads Lift Before and After

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Full Face Thread Lift Before and After
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    Medically reviewed by: Elizabeth Williams RN
    Updated: 6/14/2024

    Before the last 30 years, the only way to get a facelift was to undergo a surgical procedure. Starting in the 1990s, a new aesthetic medicine procedure was introduced as an alternative to the surgical facelift.

    It’s called a PDO thread lift, and is non-surgical and minimally-invasive. It involves a practitioner inserting thin surgical sutures that are naturally dissolvable into the skin to “lift” parts of the face up to give a more youthful appearance. The PDO threads also help to stimulate the production of collagen, which contributes to the longer-lasting youthful effect of the procedure.

    While PDO threads can be used on just one problem area of your face — such as your neck, brow line, lips or cheeks — a full face PDO threads lift can be done as well.

    This procedure is more akin to a full surgical facelift, at least in terms of the areas that are addressed. It’s still a minimally-invasive procedure, luckily, and produces amazing results.

    If you’re wondering what you can expect from a full face threads lift, keep reading below.

    Learn more about the Full Face PDO Thread Lift Treatment.

    What is a Full Face Threads Lift?

    A full face threads lift addresses your entire face rather than just one particular area. Instead of just lifting up your lips, for instance, it works on giving your entire face and neck a more youthful and glowing appearance.

    All in one procedure, a full face PDO threads lift can address sagging eyebrows and skin, premature loosening of the skin on your neck, and much more.

    Despite the fact that your entire face and neck will be addressed during the procedure, it still typically takes an hour or less to complete from start to finish. This is why it’s often referred to as the “lunchtime facelift,” since it’s so short it could be done on your lunchbreak.

    What Does a Full Face Threads Lift Involve?

    All PDO threads procedures will involve a medical practitioner inserting thin surgical sutures into your skin. These medical-grade threads are in a cannula, which is then slid under your skin to insert the threads.

    There is no general anesthesia needed for a full face threads lift, either, which is another major advantage over a traditional surgical facelift. Before the procedure begins, the practitioner will typically numb the areas that are going to be worked on, but that’s all that is needed.

    In a full face procedure, practitioners will often use a combination of different types of threads to achieve the maximum results.

    The PDO threads that are inserted will come in different sizes and be made of different materials, depending on the desired result. For instance, barbed threads will be used in areas that you want to be lifted, as they will grab onto your facial tissue and pull it up.

    PDO threads procedures also stimulate the production of collagen, which helps your face maintain a youthful appearance over a longer period of time. While this is a side benefit of the procedure, it’s another significant advantage that it provides.

    Full Face Threads Lift Before and After

    The biggest question that most people ask about a full face threads lift is what will the results look like. As always, what the results look like on each patient will vary. This is due to factors such as your age, genetics, makeup of your skin, state of your face before the procedure, the speed of your metabolism and more.

    That being said, it’s accepted that full face threads lifts do produce changes that you can see.

    Generally speaking, PDO thread lifts can only lift parts of your face by millimeters. This isn’t a lot compared to traditional surgical facelifts.

    On the surface, this may seem like a negative, but it’s actually quite the opposite. Because the skin won’t be lifted so dramatically during a PDO facelift, the “after” will result in a much more natural look with subtle changes. Many patients actually prefer this to the dramatic changes that surgical facelifts are known for.

    How Long Will the Results Last?

    Again, how long the results from a full face thread lift last depends on many individual and personal factors. Typically, the results will last anywhere from six months to two years.

    The great part about the procedure, though, is that it can be repeated as often as you want to achieve your desired results. This, again, is another major benefit to this procedure over a surgical facelift.

    Once a surgical facelift is complete, the results are permanent and hard to reverse. In other words, if you don’t like the results, there’s not a lot you can do about it.

    With PDO threads, you can tweak the procedure over time to suit your needs and your desired outcome.

    Get a Full Face Thread Lift from a Provider Who Works with V Soft Lift

    For any medical procedure, you should make sure that you are going to a practitioner that is well-respected, trained in the procedure and can be trusted.

    For full face thread lifts, it’s also important to consider which PDO threads provider your practitioner gets their product from. When you go to one who uses V Soft Lift threads, you can rest assured knowing you’re getting the highest-quality PDO threads.

    In addition, V Soft Lift produces many different types of PDO threads, which allows practitioners to personalize the procedure to each individual’s unique face and skin characteristics, thereby ensuring the best possible results.

    For more information on V Soft Lift and where you can find our products, please contact us today.

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