Often patients come to our query to an assessment by a medical specialist on how to improve various aspects of their facial physiognomy.
The sagging is one of the issues in aesthetic medicine why more ask us. There are numerous non-invasive techniques that can improve significantly without causing low and being able to resume daily routines day after treatment.
In the case of two techniques fantastic as are the turnbuckles and Ultherapy wire We usually advise our patients that all dermoestéticas techniques are complementary. Ie a patient always going to benefit from the advantages of both, since their effects They are to accumulate positive and therefore, the patient will notice a greater improvement.
Dermal tightening of polodioxanona thread lift, concentrated collagen formation in the direction of the wires implanted. Placing a thin threads in different skin levels, create a mesh to cause retraction of the flaccid skin, increasing its firmness and providing greater consistency. It is simple to implement, it does not cause discomfort and offers both the physician and the patient maximum safety, since the material is biodegradable and is often used in surgical sutures.
Lifting without surgery
On the other hand, the new treatment of Ultherapy, known as the new facelift without surgery and the only treatment approved by the FDA gets ultrasound reach the deeper layers of the skin, making tension areas like the mandibular arch, eyelids, neck, neckline ... A retraction of the loose skin and significant improvement of skin tone by stimulating the formation of new collagen is obtained.
Ultimately it are two very valid and complementary techniques together: noninvasive, simple, and allow an immediate incorporation into their daily lives. Its effects are approximately one year, and can be performed at any time including the summer because sunlight does not affect them. In turn, allow the combination with other techniques as long as they are indicated by a medical professional, and the time required between treatments are met.