Tensioning threads


The tensioning threads are fine threads used in aesthetic medicine to rejuvenate the face, achieving a lifting effect without going through surgery.

There are two types:

  • Permanent
  • Temporary, made with a material that, after about two years, is reabsorbed by the body without the need for any operation.

The procedure is based on the implantation of several micro-wires in the form of a network by the specialist doctor. This network acts as a support for the tissues, causing the instant firming effect and favoring the production of collagen.

Through which the threads are grafted to move them and place them in the desired tissue until they are fixed in position by the doctor.

It is particularly suitable for:

Conceal wrinkles around the eyes.

Elevate your cheeks.

▪ Reaffirm your neck

Raising eyebrows

Give symmetry to the face.

▪️ Reaffirm the facial contour

Blurring forehead wrinkles


The results are improving every week, being at three months when the best results are seen.

Side effects would be redness at the insertion points, mild edema in the area, hematoma, and temporary pain that disappears in a couple of days.

People with immunosuppression, infections or a lack of collagen should not carry out the treatment.

Post-treatment can present some of the following side effects, swelling may occur for a few days, heat in the area, hematoma, although, normally, there is no discomfort.

After the treatment, it is not recommended to exercise, apply antibiotic creams, or massage the treated area, and it is recommended to sleep on your back for at least ten days.

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