Retaining facial with Japanese threads

Written by: Dr. Jaume Tufet Opi
Published: | Updated: 17/02/2018
Edited by: Top Doctors®

To begin, we must clarify that the ligaments of facial retention are 8 and connect the structures from the bone to the skin, fixing the superficial tissues to deeper and more firm ones.. In this way, the facial retention ligaments act directly in the areas responsible for facial anchoring to resituate the descended features and neutralize the gravitational forces that cause sagging and aged appearance.

These ligaments with aging are softened, which favors laxity and causes a change in the position of anatomical structures.

The loss of tonicity of the retention ligaments in turn causes the forward displacement of the skin causing the nasolabial furrows, marionette furrows, jowls and the blurring of the mandibular angle .

To reinforce these ligaments and stop the process of sagging , we resort to the application in the middle layer of the skin, coinciding with the location of the retention ligaments, to a bundle of Japanese JBP-Lift strands that due to their capacity to regenerate collagen They help to recover the elasticity of the retention ligaments, increasing their tonicity and slowing the process of facial sagging.

This treatment can be performed after 40 years of age with a frequency of once a year.

To know more about this treatment of rejuvenation and facial replacement of natural results and with preventive effects, consult us .

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

By Dr. Jaume Tufet Opi
Aesthetic Medicine

Doctor with comprehensive, award-winning academic curriculum his vast experience has led him to have his own clinic. He is a recognized expert in radio frequency body lift, facelift radiofrequency and focused ultrasound.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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