Teşvikiye Mah. Teşvikiye Cad. No:16 Kat:2
face lıftıng wıth rope

It is one of the procedures such as rope face suspension, face lift, neck lift method, does not require surgery, does not require general anesthesia, does not require operating room filling, botox.
Suspension threads, which have been used in different forms for more than 20 years, have been developed thanks to the technical studies carried out on stitching threads used in surgeries.
Thanks to the fact that these threads are thickened (cog), cones, they are able to lift, pull and stretch the tissue from bottom to top and to the sides.
Since the construction techniques are also developed to cause the least amount of tissue damage, rope suspension application can be carried out with techniques such as filling.
The main subject targeted in these applications is to pull the tissue in place with the threads placed against gravity.
It is one of the applications that we should have as an important alternative to the face lifting we do with filling techniques. It is the only alternative for patients who do not want to apply the filling.
While these ropes have types such as melts and non-melts, semi-permanent ones, the ones most preferred in practice are those that can melt.
Places of Use;
* Mid face drops
* Deepening grooves between nose and rim
* Lower face, relaxation-sagging
* Bumps on the sides of the chin
* Brow lift
* Neck stretching
Processing Time:
Depending on the procedure, 20 minutes to 60 minutes
Fusible: Lasts 1-2 years
Permanent ones: 5 years or more, depending on how long the tissue leaves itself, sags
So, Why Fusible Ropes are More Preferred; Although the lasting effect sounds good, its drawbacks need to be known very well. I liken this to the development of skin-dermal fillers. In the first few years, permanent fillings were in demand, but last years showed us how permanent fillings caused permanent problems, and now almost none of the fillings remained.
Whether it is a filler or a rope, the most basic indicator of these substances being compatible with the body is that they are biodegradable and biodegradable by the body. The permanent materials are permanent because they are not biodegradable in the body.
Permanent / semi-permanent implantations can be very useful in different parts of our body (platinum, titanium, dental implantation, heart valves, etc.) but medical complications that may occur due to physiopathological and immunological changes occurring in our skin and soft tissues under it are very good in terms of aesthetic appearance. should be calculated.
For this reason, my personal preference is in favor of biocompatible materials that remain for a certain period of time, work, do not cause any reaction or react and can be removed by the body after a reasonable period of time, just like the skin fillings.