CHIN THREAD LIFT

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The Chin Threadlift procedure is a very popular procedure in Korea and Japan. The threads act as scaffolding, which helps to contour, define, sharpen, lift and shape the chin as desired. The threads used for the Chin Threadlift procedure are called PDO (polydixanone) threads. The PDO threads are naturally absorbed by the body over time and as they dissolve, they create new collagen and tissue fibroblasts in the skin, resulting in tightening, which enhances the chin's definition and contour. The results of the Chin Threadlift can last between 1 to 2 years. For best results, repeat treatment in 6 to 12 months.

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WHO

Individuals who have sagging and drooping facial / body tissues and seeking a non-surgical option

Individuals who have tried over-the-counter products or alternative treatments but have yet to achieve their desired results

SIDE EFFECTS

Mild discomfort on the first day

Minor swelling for two to three days

Bruising (varies between individuals)

AFTER CARE

It’s important to finish the antibiotic prescribed, and we recommend to avoid making big facial expressions and cease supplement in-take for three days. It is highly recommended to avoid sauna and strenuous exercises for one week as well as radiofrequency treatments for the next one month.

THREAD COMPONENTS

PDO (Polydioxanone): 
– Lasts between 6 – 12 months 
– The threads will typically be dissolved within a year 
– Collagen stimulated during the treatment can sometimes last until well after the thread has been reabsorbed.

PLLA (Poly-L-Lactic Acid, similar to the filler known as Sculptra):
– Lasts between 1.5 – 2 years
– Even more effective at stimulating collagen production than PDO 
– Once dissolved, the material breaks down into lactate, glucose, carbon dioxide and water
– One of the commonly used materials by advanced thread lift doctors for treatment 
– Collagen stimulated during the treatment can sometimes last until well after the thread has gone

PCL (Polycaprolactone infused with Vitamin C):
– Lasts between 2 to 3 years
– Bonds and structure in PCL are stronger and more complex, thus taking a long time for our bodies to dissolve
– The slow rate of degradation makes it a good material to deliver Vitamin C to the surrounding tissues
– Vitamin C is proven to prevent pigment formation, lighten existing pigments and has anti-ageing effects 
– It is extremely potent at stimulating collagen production
– Once dissolved, the material breaks down into carbon dioxide and water
– Popular fast for dark eye circles reduction
– Collagen stimulated during the treatment can sometimes last until well after the thread has gone

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* The contents in this website do not constitute or is intended to constitute medical advice and readers rely on the statements contained herein at their own risk. Treatment results, experiences and downtime (if any) may vary by individuals. Please make an appointment with our clinic for a thorough medical assessment of your condition and treatment requirements. The models and images used in this website are not images of our own patients.