Threadlift for eyebags

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can threads reduce my eyebags and give me a more youthful look? 

At The Chelsea Clinic, the answer is yes!

Causes of eyebags

 As the saying goes, “The eyes are the mirror to the soul”. Fatigued eyes or prominent eyebags will not reflect well on your youthfulness. As the skin around the eyes is fragile and thin, it is susceptible to a variety of things that can cause their dreadful eyebags.

Eyebags are formed from the herniation or protrusion of the intra-orbtal fats. This happens when we grow older and when our skin looses its elasticity and collagen. the thinner skin is unable to hold in the fats this leading to the buldging out of the eyebag fats.

While topical creams and changing lifestyle habits may help to some extent, some might turn to PDO threads for a quick fix.


What is the solution?

Nicknamed as a “lunchtime” procedure, threads can be a good alternative. Implanted into the sub-dermal skin, collagen production is hence stimulated and the skin becomes firmer, elastic and moisturized.

N-Scaffold PDO threads from Korean company N-finders are the preferential threads in The Chelsea Clinic. Unlike the existing mono and cog products, it has a structure of fine threads braided in a complex form. Despite its complex form, it can be applied non-invasively and can be expected to bring high patient satisfaction.

Numbing cream and local anesthetic are used before the doctor inserts PDO threads under the skin to a depth of about 3-5 milimetres, creating an immediate lifting effect. Once these threads are firmly in place like a template, the doctor will proceed to reshaping the tissue by hand so as to obtain the desired lifting effect below the eyes. The non-inserted ends of the threads are then cut off. Due to the liposis effect, the eyes are lifted, hence pushing back eye bags. After the treatment, the fibrin that appears from wound healing response connects the gaps between PDO and activates cellular rejuvenation.

Eyebag threadlifts usually require 10-12 monotrait threads depending on the needs of the patient. Results peak a month after the treatment.

 

 

 

 

 

What threads are used?

1) Scaffold threads are the preferred threads for the cheek and eye bag area to push collagen growth to push in the eyebags.

2) Derma eyespring threads (finer in nature) are used in the eye bag itself to cause a lipolysis effect which leads to an actual reduction of the eyebag fats.

 

Benefits of thread lifts.

  • 100% absorbable threads
  • Threads are not visible
  • No incision or cuts
  • Local anesthetics
  • Short recovery time and little self care needed
  • Procedure is repeatable
  • After a period of time, threads are completely absorbed
  • Rare complications

The final effect is tightening and lifting of sagging areas of tissue and skin. Common problems like puffiness and dark circles are also improved with the proper types of threads used.

 

How long do threads last for?

The visible benefits of eyebag threadlifts can last between 12-18 months.

 

Who will be suitable for under eye thread lifts?

Threadlift is normally suitable for most people over the age of 25 where ageing starts to become more noticeable. Under eye threadlifts are usually recommended as an effective alternative to surgical and invasive options when considering eyebag reduction treatments.

The effects of PDO threads will be more apparent in patients with thinner lower eye skin as compared to those with thicker skin which can weigh the threads down.

 

What are the other non-surgical options if threads are not suitable for my eyebags?

Ultherapy

Thermage

Sygmalift

 

Besides eyebags, what other areas around my eye can be treated?

  • Brow lift and edges of the eyebrow
  • Sagging or droppy lower eyebrows
  • Dark circles or puffy eyes

 

Why choose The Chelsea Clinic for thread lifts?

Threadlift procedures at The Chelsea Clinic is performed by experienced aesthetic doctors who adhere to high safety standards and use only premium FDA-approved products. Dr Ewen Chee is also Southeast Asia’s regional master trainer for threads.

 

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