Nitevaya lifting - what you need to know when deciding on the procedure?

Recently, the procedure for suspending the epidermis is gaining popularity - a filiform lifting. This procedure is different in that the output is an excellent result - the skin looks natural, and the natural forms remain unchanged, which can not be said about most similar procedures.

Filament lifting - what is it?

Asking the question, what is a string lift, it is first of all necessary to say that this procedure does not imply any surgical intervention. Facelift by gold threads made of other metals or synthetic fibers, helps to successfully fight the visible aging processes. The essence of the procedure is to implant the threads under the skin with the purpose of their fouling with the young fibers of elastin and collagen. In consequence, the threads dissolve, and the skeleton created by them for a long time supports the tissues in the elastic state.

Filament lifting - indications

There are a number of problems with the skin, in which the filament lifting of the face and body is shown:

Filament lifting - age

As a rule, the age at which changes begin to become noticeable is about 40-50 years. The majority of women who use this procedure are those who are in this age range, because at this stage of aging, the contour can be successfully corrected with the help of gentle manipulations. More often at this age they turn to specialists for the procedures:

Procedure of facelift by threads

Many people who have pondered over whether it is worthwhile to pursue a thread rejuvenating lifting, are interested in the question of how this procedure goes. We will look at it using the example of how the chin lift is performed.

  1. The specialist evaluates the need for the procedure and selects the appropriate technique.
  2. On the site, which will be subjected to the procedure, a special anesthetic cream is applied.
  3. A microscopic puncture is made.
  4. The cannulas to which the strands are attached are inserted. Input is made on pre-planned lines.
  5. After the introduction, the thread is stretched, due to what the formation of a new contour takes place.
  6. Over time, the threads dissolve, and in their place a new skeleton of collagen and elastin is formed, which provides elasticity for a long time period.

Rehabilitation after a thread lift

The rehabilitation period after the performed procedure does not in any way affect the habitual way of life and passes at home. The recommendations given by the specialist do not require any significant financial or time expenditure, and come down to some limitations. If after the procedure there is a strong puffiness, redness of the skin and their soreness, then you need to immediately consult a doctor.

Extremely not desirable:

  1. Carry out pressing and massaging of skin areas exposed to the procedure.
  2. During the two-week period, sleeping on the abdomen (lifting the threads of the lower part of the face and upper with the sleeping posture on the abdomen can provoke rupture of the threads).
  3. Expose the body as a whole to significant physical exertion.
  4. Conducting the usual cosmetic procedures (scrubs, masks, washing with hot water).
  5. Visiting of swimming pools, saunas and baths.
  6. Excessively grimacing.

Filament lifting - effect

If you look at women who have made such a correction, it becomes obvious that the face lift of the threads has an appreciable effect, immediately after the end of the procedure. A huge and undeniable plus, which gives a filament lifting - rejuvenation without changing or distorting the natural contours of the face. The skin becomes elastic, wrinkles and creases are leveled, and this effect persists for a long period of time.

Facelift - the consequences

However, it is worthwhile to warn those who plan to make correction with the help of threads that may cause some complications after the thread lift. There are also natural consequences of the procedure, which are considered admissible:

  1. Puffiness on the face, which is noticeable several days after lifting, is not worth worrying about this, because all the excess fluid will finally leave in two weeks.
  2. Pain, which is observed after the procedure - a normal phenomenon, if you take into account that there were a lot of punctures, especially since the liquid accumulated under the tissues creates additional pressure.
  3. Bruises can appear due to damage to small blood vessels, mostly to those who suffer from poor blood coagulability.
  4. Not pronounced irregularities of the skin can appear on the site of punctures due to the unusual position of the tissues, but this is a temporary phenomenon.
  5. Difficulty with facial expressions is due to the anesthesia used during the procedure and passes, at most, 3-4 days, or even earlier.
  6. Skin tightness as a consequence of swelling, will pass in a couple of days.

All these complications can appear for individual reasons, due to non-compliance with the rules or mistakes made in the procedure:

There are also complications that require immediate medical attention and, possibly, subsequent removal of corrective strands. Among the most common and probable problems are:

  1. Allergy. May occur due to intolerance of the medications used or because of the intolerance of the material from which the strands are made.
  2. Violation of facial expressions. Occurs rarely due to compression of the facial nerves.
  3. Change the contours of the face. Happens because of hypercorrection (strong compression of tissues).
  4. Infection. If the inflammatory process has affected small areas, then it is possible to cope with such a problem with the help of antibiotic drugs. In larger areas, the threads are likely to be removed.
  5. Violation of the original location of the threads. As a result of using a smooth material.
  6. Translucent material. The reason for this phenomenon is the wrong technique of correction.
  7. In the areas of puncture dents. With this phenomenon, a specialist will help to cope, by peeling the skin in a problematic place.

Filament lifting - contraindications

Lifting the threads of the face and body has a number of contraindications, which can be dangerous to neglect:

Threads for face lift

It will not be superfluous to know what types of threads for a facelift exist and what are their fundamental differences. There are three types:

  1. Non-absorbable threads for facelift. These are yarns made primarily of gold , platinum or medical polypropylene. These materials are very durable, efficient and characterized by a high degree of durability.
  2. Reciprocating threads for facelift. Currently, these are polylactic acid yarns and liquid facelift threads made from polydiksone.
  3. Teflon surgical threads for facelift. This species is almost not used now due to too long a period of their resorption.

Nitevaya face lifting - pluses and minuses

Lifting threads, like any other cosmetic procedure, involving at least the slightest interference of this nature, has its advantages and disadvantages. To have this kind of information is necessary in order to be able to make a measured decision whether to expose yourself to such a procedure, given its cost and possible consequences.

Nitevaya face lifting - pluses

Among the advantages that has a thread-lifting, you should consider the main:

  1. Lifting the face oval with the threads does not leave any traces. After such a lifting, no visible traces of interference remain.
  2. Possibility to carry out the procedure in the eye area. In other procedures, it is not recommended to perform lifting in this area.
  3. Preservation of the natural face oval. In comparison with other procedures, the filament lifting does not change the shape of the face and features, like most "suspenders".
  4. Quick recovery. The rehabilitation period after the procedure is from 5 days to 2 weeks, if there are complications.

Filament lifting - minuses

The main disadvantages of the procedure, which is important to know:

  1. Painful sensations. Soreness occurs due to a number of punctures and the introduction of filaments into the deep layers of the epidermis.
  2. Limited duration. Some of the materials from which the yarns are made can be short-lived and quickly dissolve.
  3. Probability of complication of the filament lifting - rupture of threads. The reason for this may be not properly selected material or non-compliance with rehabilitation rules.
  4. Bruises, swelling and densities. May occur if the procedure is not followed.