How were Jawlines ‘lifted’ before Thread Lifting?
Before thread lifts were introduced, the main treatments available to combat the problem were dermal fillers or a surgical facelift.
However, there comes a point when you cannot place more filler without looking unnatural. Secondly, in some patients, the lower cheeks around the jawline have sagged so much that using fillers would not make any difference.
This is where a Jawline thread lift works best. If you are looking to have a procedure that has less downtime than a surgical facelift, but still has incredible results, then the best treatment option for your Jawline could be a thread lift.
3 Things you must know about Jawline Lifitng
Is Jawline Lifting painful?
At Ignite Medispa we use a local anaesthetic that is designed to significantly reduce any sharp pain. You may feel a bit of tugging and pulling during the procedure and this is normal. After the Jawline thread lift, you can resume your normal routine.
What happens to the threads in a thread lift?
The thread is essentially “hooked” to the skin and, with a minimal amount of tightening, the skin is lifted and the suture is cut at the insertion point. The sutures dissolve and, over time, produce scar tissue.
Is a Jawline Lifting permanent?
Results from a thread lift aren’t meant to be permanent. Successful effects typically last from 1 to 3 years. Like other dissolvable dermal fillers, such as Botox, the threads used in the procedure will eventually be absorbed by the tissue underneath your skin.