It has been reported that thread lifts hurt 70% more than dér fillers. Even though the thread lift uses anesthesia during the procedure, clients will experience pain. Dermal fillers are less invasive compared to Thread Lift and have no recovery time. Dermal fillers are well known for rejuvenating facial features, as well as for plumping, lifting and supporting the skin.
These HA-filled injectable skin restoratives can be used in many ways on virtually all areas of the face, providing structure, tone, moisture and a more sculpted, youthful facial appearance. PDO threads have become more popular in recent years due to their collagen-creating properties. Inserted into areas that need lifting and stretching, these magic threads can provide a mesh-like support system under the skin to instantly lift sagging areas such as the cheeks and décolleté, while, over time, they produce a “healing” response within the dermis that encourages skin to accelerate your collagen production, resulting in a firmer, more sculpted and youthful face. Both PDO thread lifts and dermal fillers can have excellent results for lifting the face and treating sagging skin. It can be done in many smaller sessions.
At the same time, thread lifts always get up, but they cannot restore volume in the same way as stuffing. They can lift sagging skin and reduce lines and wrinkles, but they cannot smooth and replenish skin in the same way that filler does. The choice between pdo thread lift and dermal filler depends on the patients and the condition of the skin. There are areas such as the neck and jaw where dermal fillers are not suitable, but PDO thread lift is the perfect solution for sagging skin. The results of dermal filler are visible immediately, while those of a PDO thread lift are fully visible when the body starts to generate collagen.
The results of dermal fillers can last between 6 and nine months, while those of a thread lift with PDO can last between 12 and 18 months. The second procedure is Nova Lyft, which involves inserting threads under the skin of the flaccid tissue. A thread lift is a minimally invasive procedure that uses PDO threads below the surface of the skin to lift tissue in the face and neck. Thread lift is a treatment that lifts the entire face in one go and offers most of the benefits of a surgical facelift without the long healing time. The patient below is shown a week after her thread lift in the cheek and jaw area, with a primary focus on the marionette lines around the mouth.
The most popular treatments to improve the face and revive youth in the past five years have been dermal fillers and thread lifts. Because it takes some time for the face to relax around the strands and for the swelling to subside, you will have to wait about 2 weeks for it to settle. You're not expected to know the answer to what's best for you when it comes to fillers vs. thread lift. Chbat started doing thread lifts this month and the results have been quite surprising, more on that below.
But when we use filler to try to lift the skin, we want to keep it on the conservative side or, otherwise, we run the risk of creating a more unnatural and overfilled appearance. PDO (polydioxanone) threads can also stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, which are important for restoring skin smoothness and stimulating wrinkle reduction. If you've noticed that your lines and wrinkles are quite deep or that sunken cheeks make your face look tired, dermal fillers might help restore a more youthful look. Best of all, thread lifters are truly versatile and can do everything from lifting sagging skin to shaping eyes, eyebrows, jaws and more. Thread lifts are commonly used to reduce sagging in the middle of the face, especially around the nasolabial folds; create a brow lift; reduce heaviness in the eyelids; sharpen the jawline or reduce sagging or double chin in the lower part of the face; tighten the neck; create an eye almond-shaped; and achieve a “lip turn” appearance.