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Difference Between Silhouette Lift and Contour Thread Lift?
2 Doctor Answers | Asked by jmerc in Missouri
The Silhouette lift is a new, improved version of the threat lift. The suture itself is stronger and works with bioabsorbable cones rather than barbs, as with Contour Threads. The technique has been refined over the past several years, initially in Europe and now in the United States. The procedure can be done under local anesthesia. It works best for those with jowl and nasolabial folds, but can provide improvement in the neck. The threads can be re tightened for further lifting if...
The silhouette lift is a stronger suture with cones...
The silhouette lift is a stronger suture with cones along the lenght of it rather that spikes which the contour threads have. The silhouette threads hold better and probably longer . Both are easy to put in under local anesthesia and are a good alternative to a full blown expensive facelift. Most patients like the silhouette lift better. Sincerely, Dr Hansen