Face Threadlift - Lower Face / Brow
Non-surgical face lifting of saggy lower face, coupled with a defined & visible jawline OR of droopy brows to give upper eyelids a natural lift.
What can this treatment possibly do?
The lower face threadlift is able to achieve improvement of the facial jowls (including jawline) with mild to moderate sagging without surgery through the insertion of barbed PDO threads underneath the facial skin to lift and tighten the facial skin. In simple terms, it is also known as the non-surgical face threadlift.
What medical technology or device does this treatment utilise and how it is done?
This treatment uses absorbable barbed PDO suture threads. These PDO barbed threads are inserted underneath the facial skin to tighten and lift saggy skin upwards.
The barbed threads which are inserted are fixed by being hooked to the facial tissues underneath the skin. This produces an anti-tension effect which prevents the tissues and thus facial skin from moving apart again.
Barbed PDO threads generally stay in place for nearly 6 months before eventually degrading into carbon dioxide and water. During this time, there is usually an increase in collagen and elastin concentration in the skin – which may allow the effects to last longer.
While the physical lifting capacity of the PDO threads itself is diminished as it is absorbed by the body, the complementary collagen- stimulating properties within the PDO threads may permit a sustained recontouring of the treated areas for approximately 18 to 24 months following placement.
What are the likely results? Any side effects or downtime?
The lower face threadlift presents an effective non-surgical approach which can reposition saggy tissue and tighten those facial features susceptible to sagging.
Advantages of the PDO Face Threadlift include minimal invasiveness, short downtime, and nearly invisible scarring. Results are usually evident right after the procedure.
Some bruising, bleeding and mild swelling may occur. Thread extrusion may also occur, which can be solved by pulling and removing the thread out of the skin.
This treatment has synergy and can be combined with?
The hallmarks of facial adding include diminished skin tone, increasingly uneven texture of skin , appearance of wrinkles, volume loss, and saggy skin facial features. Increasing skin laxity caused by a reduction in the supportive capacity of collagen and dwindling levels of elastin.
While dermal facial fillers are a non-invasive method to restore volume and support overlying facial tissues, they are not designed to reposition facial tissue, and their theoretical capacity for lifting is limited. Threadlifts can come in to recontour, lift and reposition the facial skin.
Indeed, dermal facial Fillers are often used to supplement the results achieved by Face Threadlift; often, when facial tissue has been lifted by the Face Threadlift procedure, volume deficits are revealed, which can be corrected with a variety of facial dermal fillers.
The general rule is that dermal facial Fillers give volume and addresses volume loss; whilst threadlift tighten and lifts saggy skin upwards.
Why Tiffiny Yang Clinic?
We focus on three things: Safety, Efficacy, and Personalisation.
Tiffiny Yang Aesthetics have been in the medical aesthetics market for a long time, and have performed many very good aesthetics procedures throughout the years. Our doctors are qualified medical doctors, and we use good quality & approved medical devices and products as your safety is of utmost importance to us.
All our Lasers, Radiofrequency Systems, IPL devices, Ultrasound Energy Machines are good and proven systems which had been used for some time in the market on many patients. They are all approved, CE Marked, or FDA approved systems. Since many people have used them – by sheer numbers, the behaviour and treatment outcome of the devices are generally known. The unexpected is unlikely to occur.
Our treatments are all clinically proven and are generally effective. Apart from effective treatments, our lady doctor is also known for being very gentle and caring. We want to get to know you personally so that we can tailor-make and customise the treatments to achieve your intended desires. It is for this reason that majority of our equipment and products are not “box-standard” but customisable.
Indeed, we have been known to go to great lengths to curate and customize the beauty treatments you desire to ensure that it is personally suitable for you.
We also want to get to know you so that you to feel comfortable and confident that you are in good hands when undergoing treatments at our clinic.
As all aesthetics treatment are part medicine and part art, one should choose an aesthetics professional or doctor whom is both a competent and qualified medical doctor, and whom also possesses a keen eye for beauty. More importantly, a keen eye for beauty which you agree with. In other words, you must trust your aesthetics doctor’s taste and sense of beauty.
Dr Tiffiny Yang is a doctor and a beauty queen. She was crowned Ms Singapore Universe, and is also a fashion model with some repute in her free time. She had been featured in fashion and glamour magazines which are household names and are published Asia wide. Our clinic treatments bear her eye, direction, believe and hallmark of beauty.
Click here to see Dr Tiffiny Yang’s belief of what an Ideal Facial Feature Proportion should be; and here to see Dr Tiffiny Yang’s holistic treatment believes and approach to counter & slow signs of aging. Dr Tiffiny Yang’s believes serves as a guide for the direction of our aesthetics treatments.
Note on Information
It is important to note that individual variation in responsiveness to the above treatment(s) may vary significantly. the above information is for general information purposes only, and is expressly subject to the specific facts and circumstances, the peculiar physiology and constitution of a patient, the intensity of a treatment, amount of product used, and frequency of treatment (as applicable). Outcomes may therefore differ from the information provided above. Click HERE to see the medical literature and references wherein the above information is based on.