- Aging can lead to changes in the facial skeleton, musculature, connective tissues, fat and skin manifest which present with laxity in the soft tissues and can lead to a a droopy brow, jowl formation, nasolabial fold prominence and malar flattening. This is further compromised by hyperpigmentated and wrinkled skin.
- A range of procedures are available to rejuvenate the ageing face. The most commonly used options in the non-surgical aesthetics clinic are botulinum toxin, dermal fillers and chemical peeling.These non-surgical procedures have become popular in recent years as they allow for a faster turnaround time and can be performed outside of theatre making them convenient for patients and practitioners alike.
- A patient may not want dermal filler treatment but would like to see an improvement in their appearance: Threads can provide a viable alternative to those individuals who would like improvement without use of dermal fillers.
A patient has had dermal fillers to lift the skin and would like more of a lift