How to reduce your jowls non surgically
Jowl formation is due to the descent of the cheeks below the jawline. This disrupts the jawline. To correct this, a facelift can be performed to lift the cheeks back to their original position and straighten the jawline. However, for those who are not willing to undergo surgery, there are many non-surgical options such as Thread Lifting.
Thread lifts are the best option for non-surgical alternative to facelifts. They involve the use of special threads to help to lift the skin on the face and reduce the appearance of jowls. Again, the treatment is not comparable to a surgical facelift however, it does help to lift the skin to a degree.
3 Things you must know about Jowl Reduction
Is Jowl Reduction painful?
A specially designed thin needle is used to insert the threads into the skin, minimizing patient discomfort. Patients sometimes experience mild soreness and swelling for a few days after having this procedure, but it can usually be managed with over the counter pain relievers.
How many years does a Jowl Reduction last?
The results of facelift surgery can last up to a decade, whereas a thread lift treatment will generally last from one to three years.
How is the Jowl Reduction recovery?
Most of your discomfort occurs in the first 24-48 hours following the procedure and will decrease each day thereafter. You may resume normal activities as tolerated. Eat soft foods or drink liquids for 7-10 days after the procedure.