Spider Web Aesthetics

What is Spider Web Aesthetics?

Spider web aesthetics is one of the non-surgical facial rejuvenation methods in which flat threads made of PDO material, which we have been using in surgical procedures for years, are used. Since flat threads are used in the application, it allows the application in a plane that will cut each other in the form of a spider web. The applied threads melt within 6 months, triggering the formation of collagen and elastin in the dermal layer of the skin. An attempt is made to trigger this restructuring rather than an actual hang in the process.

Spider Web Aesthetics Istanbul

The threads used in the application of spider web aesthetics are made of polydioxanone, which has been used in many surgical branches for years. The medical world has a long experience with this substance and it is known to be a very safe material. The basis of spider web aesthetics, which is classified among non-surgical thread facelift applications, lies in a mechanism that encourages collagen production instead of decreasing collagen. With these effects, revitalization of the skin and recovery in fine lines are provided.

Who Benefits Spider Web Aesthetics?

  • With fine wrinkles on the face,
  • Having mild sagging on the face and neck,
  • Having wrinkles on the lower eyelid and around it,
  • Having lines around the lips,
  • It is a non-surgical technique that can be used by both sexes, regardless of male or female.

How is Spider Web Aesthetics Performed?

Before Spider Web Aesthetic, the skin is cleaned and an anesthetic cream is applied to the skin, which provides local numbness. Threads are placed in the subcutaneous tissue similar to a spider web by means of fine-tipped needles to the problematic areas determined during the examination. After the specified number of threads are placed, the skin is cleaned again and the process is completed. Spider Web Aesthetics takes an average of half an hour.

How Many Threads Are Used in Spider Web Aesthetics?

The number of threads to be used varies according to the deformation of the face and age of the patient. While 50-100 pieces are generally applied to a woman in her 30s, the number of threads used increases as the age progresses.

What Happens After Spider Web Aesthetics?

There may be mild redness and edema after the procedure. Small bruises may occur in some spots. However, these symptoms disappear within a few days. You can return to your social life the day after the procedure. Short-term antibiotic treatments are recommended after application. You can take a shower and put on make-up the day after the procedure.

Advantages of Spider Web Aesthetics

  • It is an extremely short application that takes about half an hour,
  • Pain is minimal
  • No incision is made
  • One day after the application, a return to social life is made,
  • The threads used are self-melting, harmless medical products,
  • It is a risk-free and safe operation
  • It is a repeatable application.
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