Fine Thread Contour

Fine Thread Contour: Are there any side effects?

Fine thread contour therapy is a very safe procedure and complications are extremely rare. Some patients may experience slight temporal swelling and bruising. Some report slight tightness or a pulling sensation immediately following the treatment but this should fade within a few days.

Fine Thread Contour: How long do the results usually last for?

There are different criteria dictating the term of Fine Thread Contour Therapy effectiveness such as the patent’s age at the time, degree of sagging and number of threads used. The result of a single procedure would expect to last around ten or twelve months though further treatments could extend the result by around 24 months.

Fine Thread Contours: Who should perform the FTC therapy?

It is absolutely imperative that trained professionals who have attended and certified through the full Fine Thread Contour training course perform this procedure.

Fine Thread Contours: Can FTC be used alongside other aesthetic procedures?

The benefits of fine thread contour therapy are optimised when combined with other therapies, for great results. This includes PRP (Platelet rich plasma)therapy, microneedling, fillers, botox injection and fractional laser treatment.

Fine Thread Contour: Which areas are most effectively treated by the FTC Therapy?

Fine Thread Contour therapy for the face – this would be:

  • the nasolabial fold
  • jaw line and
  • double chin zones.

Fine Thread Contour therapy for the body – we have seen the most visible results with:

  • arms,
  • thighs and
  • abdomen correction.
Fine Thread Contour: Who is a good candidate for FTC?

The best candidate for FTC are men and women who are beginning to experience the appearance of wrinkles on the forehead, sagging of the mid-face and lower face/neck areas.

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