Face thread lifting side effects. Melting thread and non-melting thread Pros and cons
Q: A woman in her mid-30s. A week ago, I received a lifting using a bumpy thread that doesn’t melt. Immediately after the procedure, I developed symptoms of right cheek palpation. The same is true of the present. Perhaps there was a side effect of lifting the facial thread.
There is a dent of about 3 cm on the left side, and there is a dimple phenomenon at the end of the thread. I heard that it would get better, but I’m very worried because it’s not a melting chamber, but a non-melting chamber. It hasn’t been a few days, but the stress is severe.
Will it get better if we leave the thread that won’t melt or does it need to be removed?
A: I do a lot of lifting in a simple way these days. The procedure is convenient and simple.
Melting thread and non-melting thread each have advantages and disadvantages. If you lift it hard with thread, you will get a lot of dimples at the end of the ball that you pull with thread. If the thread is thin on the skin, it can cause loss along the line.
If you lift with thread, it loosens a lot over time, improving the phenomenon of loss. Dimple phenomenon disappears faster. Even threads that do not melt will improve a lot, so you don’t have to remove them. For more information, please visit the plastic surgery clinic where you have undergone surgery and consult in person.