NovaThreads are absorbable sutures placed under the facial skin during a thread lift procedure, to physically lift the tissue and enhance collagen production. They work especially well to tighten skin on the neck, lower and midface, and jawline, to restore the face's youthful shape.
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NovaThreads™ Lift & Contour Naturally To Refresh & Renew Facial Features
Over the years, the collagen that supports and contours the skin gradually declines, resulting in loose skin around the face and neck. If you’re experiencing the aging effects of collagen loss but are reluctant to undergo an expensive and invasive facelift procedure, NovaThreads can help. To achieve the best results, our aestheticians recommend using NovaThreads in combination with a rejuvenating facial treatment or filler to tighten skin and restore facial volume.
PDO threads (polydioxanone threads) are used in a variety of surgical procedures to lift and restructure tissue while stimulating natural collagen growth. In the months post-treatment, the threads are reabsorbed by the body, leaving firm new collagen in their place. NovaThreads boost and enhance the face and neck’s appearance by gently lifting the skin around the eyebrows, eyes, jawline, and neck.
NovaThreads are administered during outpatient procedures in the comfort of our office. There is no significant downtime associated with this treatment process. However, some minor redness, swelling, or bruising in the treatment area may occur.
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Threads can be used to address mild to moderate sagging in the neck, cheeks, jawline, and eyebrows.
Threads are a non-surgical alternative to a facelift and produce excellent results without general anesthesia or scarring. It also has a quick recovery time and is much more affordable than a surgical procedure.
Women and men that have minimal laxity are often best-suited for threads.
Treatment time varies from patient to patient and depends on the number and type of threads used.
Factors such as patient age and degree of skin laxity and type of threads used impact longevity of results.
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