If you have even a passing interest in your nose, you’re surely aware that surgery isn’t the only option for correcting a problematic dorsal hump or droopy tip. Hundreds of research on liquid rhinoplasty have appeared in the cosmetic surgery literature in the last two years, examining the procedure’s popularity, dangers, and satisfaction rates—all of which are noteworthy. Meanwhile, a new type of nonsurgical rhinoplasty known as the nose thread lift [ร้อย ไหม เสริม จมูก, which is the term in Thai] has been gaining popularity among a restricted number of physicians. Of course, controversy is certain to arise when two strongly disputed procedures—nonsurgical rhinoplasties and thread lifts.
What Is A Nose Thread Lift?
The nose thread lift is a lucrative strategy for patients looking for nonsurgical options to rhinoplasty since it is non-intrusive, flexible, and has more foreseeable results. One of the real benefits of a nose thread lift over a rhinoplasty is that it is a nonsurgical process that is negligibly intrusive. This suggests that there will be no incisions or surgery. Dissolvable threads comprised of a complex sugar called PDO are used in nonsurgical nose thread lifts.
What Are The Results?
The nasal thread lift, periodically known as a ‘midday nose job,’ is a treatment that may be completed within an hour. Clients can resume their daily actions straight away due to the brief rest. A nose thread lift results can be clear directly out, and they will grow over the term as your soma renews more tendon over the next 3-6 months, up to a year. The results usually last for approximately 1-2 years. The impact will be enduring if the treatment is reprised nine months following the initial therapy. Finally, collagen stimulus in the nose can result in some everlasting lifting.