Quick Face and Neck Lift
May 2015– With today’s advanced beauty science, looking young and radiant can be a breeze. The procedure Lift takes about half an hour, and a dissolvable thread made of polylactic acid is drawn through the skin after injections of local anaesthetic. This acid is completely biodegradable and acts on the deeper layers of the skin and naturally stimulates the body so that it produces its own collagen.
This action, which continues over time, apparently helps increase the volume of saggy areas and restore shapeliness to the face gradually and naturally. It helps to particularly tighten and lift saggy facial features, and the thread is used to give a tailor-made result, lifting specific parts of the face and creating a silhouette soft look.
Dissolvable Thread Lift is an instant non-surgical approach to facial lifting. Done under local anaesthetic, this is a relatively simple procedure that can revitalize the soft tissues of the face. It can effectively rejuvenate your skin particularly the skin in the cheeks, nasolabial folds, brows, and for tightening the neck area, making it more youthful looking.
This is the latest technique for face lifting in Singapore. The procedure leaves no scarring and leaves a silhouette soft effect. Once the threads latch into the surrounding skin and promote collagen production that tightens the skin, making you look years younger. Dr Gabriel Wong of SL Clinic recommends this to patients who wish to combat sagging jowls and loss of volume in the cheek area but not keen on the idea of surgery.
“It produces an extremely natural-looking result which leaves the face completely mobile, very important for some, especially when you tend to laugh and smile a lot”, explains Dr Wong.
Results of the lifting effects are visible soon after the procedure, and one can resume normal activities and lifestyle immediately after the treatment.
DR GABRIEL WONG TALKS ABOUT
Call Jurong Point outlet today to book your date with Dr Gabriel Wong at his Singapore clinic.
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Date & Time:
•27 June Sat 2pm – 3.30pm