SOME THINGS JUST GO TOGETHER
DERMAL FILLERS & PDO THREADS
At Intraline we believe in individuality and that there is not a one-treatment-fits-all for every patient. We believe in assessing a patient’s face as a whole and then determining which treatments will give the patient the optimum results they desire. Often times using Dermal fillers or PDO Threads on their own will be the right choice for the patient. Sometimes to address all a patient’s concerns a combination of Dermal Fillers and PDO Threads will be needed to achieve the best possible outcome. As our Medical Director Dr. Huw Jones says “Skin rejuvenation techniques for example, promoted without consideration of volume loss or muscle/ligament laxity will not be optimal. Volumizing perceived facial fat loss in the lower third of the face without addressing upper and middle facial loss will again produce sub-optimal results. It became quite obvious to me that in order to achieve better results I needed to address more than one element of this process and to assess the face from the upper third down and the outside inwards. I also had to use more than one treatment/procedure to better address the overall appearance.”
Aristotle was right when he said “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts". Like tea and biscuits, Intraline Dermal Fillers and PDO Threads are simply better together. To learn more about getting optimum results for your clients combining the use of our Dermal Fillers and PDO Threads sign up for our webinar with Dr. Huw Jones.
READ THE LONG FORM OF OUR LATEST ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN THE AESTHETICS JOURNAL -
DR HUW JONES SHARES HIS APPROACH TO FACIAL AGEING USING DERMAL FILLERS, PLATELET-RICH FIBRIN AND PDO THREADS
The appearances associated with aging relate to the morphological changes to the facial skeletal structure, soft tissue, retaining ligaments, fat compartments, and skin. The rate at which the process proceeds and the way that the various components interact to give the aging facial appearance varies greatly between individuals and will be influenced by both intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Having assessed each aspect, we can direct our surgical and non-surgical interventions most appropriately. Where surgical intervention is not indicated or desired, consideration of numerous non-surgical options can be explored.
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