2660 Thread Lifting
Special features of 2660 Thread Lifting
Differing from the ordinary thread lifting technique, 2660 Thread Lifting is one of the most popular procedures of our clinic. This method is used to overcome the issues of one-sided barb threads not providing any anchor on the opposite side.
Unfortunately, patients had to previously take a risk of side effects of a nodule or a notch due to continuous puncture of the skin through the edge of the thread. The barbed thread of the 2660 Thread Lifting method enhances support of the skin structure, allowing proper lift of sagging tissues.
It also evenly distributes traction from various parts of the face with its precalculated angles and directions. Moreover, the barbed thread is in a molded form of 360°; it is firm and minimizes unnecessary movement, and moves 360° to pull skin tissues from every direction.
Differences between Ordinary Thread Lifting and 2660 Thread Lifting
Before and After
Frequently Asked Questions
Before the Procedure
Stop drinking and smoking 3 days prior to the procedure.
If you have suffered from dermatopathy and/or keloidal folliculitis, you must inform the doctor before your procedure.
Stop taking any medication that disturbs hemostasis (birth control pills, hormonal substances, aspirin, etc) from 2 weeks prior to the procedure.
After the Procedure
Avoid touching the areas where the thread was inserted.
Avoid moving your face muscles excessively.
Avoid excessive exercise.
Drinking and smoking are prohibited for a week after the procedure.
Slight swelling, redness, and feelings of stretching of the skin may be experienced. This is normal and will subside a few days after the treatment.
Take a rest and good care of yourself; vitamin C is recommended for collagen stimulation.