- Jun 20, 2016
Does that work well for under eye issues (bags, loss of volume etc) ?
A thread might hold the area little bit flat for a few months but wont' solve the real problem which is inside the skin. It seems like closing the smelly trash can with a tight lid and not throwing away the trash inside(?) Transconjuctival Fat Reposition would be the answers to two problems.. I think!Does that work well for under eye issues (bags, loss of volume etc) ?
Knife cutting through cheese? I m sorry I don't quite get it.......
Can you explain?
Anyway your nickname sounds as if you like cheese, so ...
Your faces, not mine, do what you will. You asked, I answered.......Not sure how the thread can become like a knife cutting through cheese.... the PDO threads dissolve over time and leave the collagen scar in their place.
There's no point in being vague and not providing an explanation to your theory.Your faces, not mine, do what you will. You asked, I answered.......
It is not my "theory", it is what a very respected surgeon told me. I find the metaphor painfully clear, but YMMV.There's no point in being vague and not providing an explanation to your theory.
My injector nurse had thread lifting done (6 threads I believe.) It looked natural however I do not know her before situation.
I'm interested in thread lifting, however I think the best results come from good balance, and some people require cheek fillers for volume loss as well as threads.
Right now I want to get fillers before I do the lifting to see if it resolves some of my lower-cheek drooping issues. I will return when I have experience
I just think it's misleading since you are just a user on a forum, we don't know your surgeon friend, and it's literally just a metaphor which doesn't really explain anything. It's not really helpful. I am new on this account, but have been here for years since I started my PS journey in 2012. Anyways, I will not argue with you, I am simply expressing my opinion on your advice.It is not my "theory", it is what a very respected surgeon told me. I find the metaphor painfully clear, but YMMV.
You are new to this forum - we try to be nice to each other.