In this week's newsletter, #IFAAS Faculty, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Dr. Jennifer Song shares her exclusive techniques for Non-Surgical Brow Lifting using cogged Minimally Invasive Nonsurgical Thread (MINT).
Watch the following video and learn from Dr Jennifer Song on how to administer Non-Surgical Brow Lifting using cogged minimally invasive non-surgical threads:
Before & After: Dr Jennifer Song's own patient case:
What is Mint Lift?
The Minimal Invasive Nonsurgical Thread (MINT) Lift is a nonsurgical facelift, specially performed on the face. A face lifting technique using a special suture thread called PDO (polydioxanone), it restores the jawline and V-line of the face by pulling up the sagging skin tissues. This painless and non swelling procedure has a low downtime, allowing patients to achieve immediate natural lift effect. Most importantly, MINT's biodegradable material is FDA approved and absorbed completely. Side effects are so minimal that unnoticeable activities are enabled immediately after the procedure.
<Video> Surgical Video of MINT Lift (Minimally Invasive Non-surgical Thread Lift) by Dr Glenn Vallecillos
REGISTER to be trained by IFAAS's elite faculty and learn the most cutting-edge non-surgical face lifting techniques globally.
During our hands-on course, you will get to
1) Lean the theory and science behind the procedure
2) See how the procedures of different indications are being done close up during live-demonstration cases
3) Practice and perform the procedure yourself on real patient cases under the close supervision of the trainer ONE-BY-ONE
4) Walk away with the knowledge that enable you to administer the procedures on your own patients immediately after
IFAAS's Hands-On Master Class:
Korean Advanced Non-Surgical Face Lifting Using Aesthetic Injectables, Devices & Thread Lifting
June 9-10, 2018: Munich, Germany Program (Selling Fast)
June 17-18, 2018: London, United Kingdom Program
July 14-15, 2018: Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States Program
August 4-5, 2018: Los Angeles, California, United States Program
Sept 22-23, 2018: Sydney, Australia Program
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