What is Barb and Spiral Threads Face Rejuvenation?
Barb and Spiral Threads Face Rejuvenation explained by Vladimir “Doctor G” Grebennikov of Timeless Skin Esthetics of Dallas, TX in this almost real-time video:
LOOSE 10 YEARS WITH BARBED PDO THREADS FACE REJUVENATION!
🌿 For those concerned with the jaw and neck area, Timeless Skin Esthetics of Dallas suggests number of procedures, including Ulthera Skin Tightening, injections of diluted Radiesse, and insertion of barbed PDO threads.
🌿 Today Vladimir Grebennikov (“Dr. G”) demonstrates how to address the concern of the patient with one of the most progressive and not invasive procedures — a combination of Barbed PDO Threads and the Spiral PDO Threads.
The dynamics of thread lift:
👩 Properly inserted by the expert, Barbed Threads act as cogs to grasp, lift, and suspend a relaxed facial area. The barbs open like an umbrella to form a support structure that lifts the sagging tissue. These barbs under the skin also tend to gather tissues to fill out and lift the cheeks and sagging skin
👩 Spiral Threads do not provide a “visual pull”, but create strong armoring effect.
👩 The Threads are going to stay for a year / year and a half, then they slowly dissolve, producing lactic acid, which will stimulate the growth of collagen around dissolving threads, creating collagen bands in the pace of inserted threads.
🌿 After the procedure you can expect a short skin pull, but the skin will settle in two – three days, creating a new contour of the jaw.
🌿 This procedure is not as invasive as a surgeon’s facelift, but is almost as effective. It does not have a lengthy recovery time, when you can’t show-up for work or fun for more than two weeks.
🌿 Witness the real-time transformation of the face with revolutionary “Barb and Spiral Threads Face Rejuvenation” procedure, as Vladimir “Dr. G” Grebennikov of Timeless Skin Esthetics of Dallas takes off 10 years of the patient’s face.
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