Breast lift with tension wires2018-09-11T14:45:26+00:00

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Breast lift with tension wires in Málaga | Renova Clinic

Aesthetic doctors specialists in treatment with tensor yarns breast lift in Málaga

THREADS THREADS FOR BREAST LIFTING

The polydioxanone (PDO) magic threads are fine tensor threads that are implanted at the level of the dermis to achieve a lifting effect without surgery and without local anesthesia.

Polydioxanone is a resorbable and fully compatible material, widely used in cardiac surgery, since it helps cell cohesion. It is obtained from p-dioxanone.

The technique of breast lift with tensor threads is performed by infiltrating reabsorbable PDO (polydioxanone) threads to make a circular mesh in the subcutaneous tissue, as if it were a virtual bra, to reposition the breast and also cause the synthesis of new collagen and elastin – substances responsible for skin turgor and elasticity. One session is enough.

Their results are seen after 4/8 weeks and are maintained between 12 and 24 months, depending on the case. You can win up to one size more without increasing volume. The chest rises and gains turgor.

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The tensioning threads are composed of polydioxanone, material that we use to carry out the treatment and achieve tension in the area to be treated. It is characterized for being a biocompatible material and that does not produce allergies, as a result of these properties, there are many professionals who use it also to give stitches, for example.

The threads are placed under skin simulating a mesh, seeking to reinforce the points from which it is important to tighten the tissues.

These threads will generate, at first, a slight inflammatory effect and then, in the next 2 to 3 months, they will generate a fibrosis around them, giving rise to a tension effect. On the other hand the threads will stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin that will be responsible for improving the firmness and elasticity of the skin.

It is a very simple treatment that is indicated for those people who begin to have a slight flaccidity of the tissues and wish to reaffirm the skin. It is also indicated to prevent and slow down the aging process.

The areas that are treated with the best results are:

  • Internal side of the arms
  • Inner side of thighs
  • Neckline
  • Abdomen
  • Periumbilical zone
  • knee area

The implantation technique of polydioxanone tensile threads is very simple and only requires topical anesthesia (in cream). The process can last 30-60 minutes, depending on the extension of the area to be treated and the number of threads required by the procedure.

The area to be treated will be previously marked by the doctor to identify the vectors from which tension is sought in the tissue.

The needles used to insert the thread into the skin are very thin and hardly generate any discomfort. The threads will be implanted as a net or mesh and once placed they are imperceptible both to the eye and to the touch.

The number of threads used in each session depends on the area to be treated, its extension and the previous quality of the fabric. The greater number of threads that are implanted the better results are achieved. For example to treat an inner thighs we can require the order of about 100 threads.

The information contained in this page in no case can, nor does it pretend, to replace the information provided individually by your aesthetic doctor. In case of doubt, your aesthetic doctor will provide you with the appropriate clarifications. If you are thinking of undergoing an Aesthetic Medicine treatment, see a Facial and Body Aesthetic Medicine Specialist.

The technique of breast lift with tensor threads is performed by infiltrating reabsorbable PDO (polydioxanone) threads to make a circular mesh in the subcutaneous tissue, as if it were a virtual bra, to reposition the breast and also cause the synthesis of new collagen and elastin – substances responsible for skin turgor and elasticity

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