Over time structural changes in our face, related to abnormalities in the skin, such as loss of elasticity and firmness, plus facial volume loss due to fat and bone resorption. These changes affect the so-called triangle of youth, investing it.
In a young face the base of the triangle is greater with high cheekbones, volume in the cheeks and well-defined jaw, whereas in adulthood the base of the triangle is lower due to the loss of volume in the cheeks, deepening the furrows nasolabial and sagging in the jaw area.
In the next picture you can see examples of the triangle of youth:
Facial rejuvenation with sutures polylactic acid and glycolic acid
One of the goals of any facial rejuvenation treatment is to restore the triangle of youth by providing the lost volume in midface and stimulating collagen to regain lost skin firmness.
One current treatment is the most innovative use of sutures for suspension of polylactic acid and glycolic acid. This treatment is indicated for the correction of the midface, jaw, brow lift and sometimes sagging neck.
The mechanism of action is based on an immediate lifting effect and discreet, and a regenerative action, promoting the restoration of lost collagen.
It is a minimally invasive treatment that is done in consultation with local anesthesia provided by an expert in Aesthetic Medicine , and with minimal recovery time.
Areas sutures treatable with polylactic acid and glycolic acid
Facial areas polylactic treatable with acid and glycolic acid are varied:• facial contour• Cheeks• jawline• Eyebrows• Neck
Poly-lactic Sutures acid and glycolic acid, an innovative treatment
The sutures of polylactic acid and glycolic acid are considered an innovative treatment for the following reasons:• natural and immediate lifting effect• Progressive Restoration of lost collagen• fully resorbable Material• 30 minutes Procedure• No incision• Lasting effect up to 12 months• ideal for middle third of the face, jaw area, eyebrows and neck treatment, separately or simultaneously.
In the following images, provided by the laboratory, the results can be seen:
Edited by Patricia Crespo Pujante