<Insights> Thread Lifting Design for Leg Reshaping & Tightening by Dr Kwon Han-Jin
In this week's newsletter, #IFAAS Faculty Dr. Kwon Han-Jin shares his exclusive techniques using advanced body thread lifting for leg reshaping and tightening. This technique helps to lift the sagging skin on the hamstring area of the legs, to produce a smoother and youthful look without undergoing any invasive surgery. The threads implanted under the skin will be absorbed slowly into the body in the next 12 months, which helps to stimulate synthesis of collagen, fibroblast and angiogenesis around the area. This advanced procedure only takes up to 30 minutes to complete and has a long lasting duration between 1-2 years.
Hamstring Region Of Injection
In the video below, Dr Kwon Han-Jin explains and demonstrates in detail the main points to pay attention for carrying out the procedure.
Key points include:
Point of injection of the threads in the hamstring area
Distance between injection points within the same row: (2cm)
Distance between injection points between different rows: (2-3cm)
Types of threads to use: (25G 90mm)
Key Techniques to carry out during procedure
Watch how the Thread Lifting for Leg Reshaping & Tightening Procedure is being administered by IFAAS Faculty Dr Han-Jin Kwon in our exclusive video below
Stay tuned for next week's newsletter for the advanced thread insertion techniques!
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