How long after Thread Lift spring, will appear the final result?

Final result, is after how many days, and how is going?

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Final results are long-lasting

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When it comes to thread lift facelifts, results are almost immediate. Results should continue to improve for up to two months following the procedure for a subtle lift. Depending on the thread lift used, results can last anywhere from six months to two years.

PDO Thread Lift- Mini Face Lift

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PDO thread lift is natural painless non invasive lunchtime procedure. It has very minimal to zero bruising and swelling and looks great by itself or combined with dermal fillers. PDO threads have amazing controlled healing and and last up to two years! PDO threads help restore your beautiful healthy v-shape face where it has been lost with age. You can use thread lift almost anywhere on your body but you see your best results on the neck and lower jawline. That lower third of the face is very hard to treat with botox injection or filler. Their is many amazing techniques! I hope this helps you on your journey!:)

Thread lift results

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After a thread lift, the lift is seen instantly, but settles down over 3-4 days or longer. The excess skin, that is seen as bunching, resolves mostly within one week, but may take longer for complete resolution. 


Results after Nova (PDO) Thread Lift - time?

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In my cases done the results are usually on the operating table or even the next day. But there is a technique that needs to be followed to obtain these results. Plus patient section process is paramount.. 

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