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Journal of Cosmetology & Trichology

ISSN: 2471-9323

Open Access

The Periorbital Area Correction with Mini-Invasive Technique

Abstract

Marlen Sulamanidze, Konstantin Sulamanidze, George Sulamanidze and Nino Vadachkoria

The face is the most informative stimulus for humans: It provides information on the person identity, sex, mood, age, race, health conditions. Upper third of the face transmit mental states even when are competing with cues perceived from the lower face. Mostly, the periorbital area is the first region affected by age-related changes. Up mentioned causes are reasons of periorbital region rejuvenation demands. There are nonsurgical and surgical rejuvenation procedures which are treating different subunits of eyes and its surrounding structures. Described miniinvasive thread lifting procedures are aiming to reduce aesthetic problems associated with ageing, trauma or congenital deformity without aggressive interventions. The objective of this study is to analyze the safety and efficacy of mini-invasive, nonsurgical, thread lifting procedure for the upper third of the face, particularly eyebrow elevation. The methods described in an article were used in 180 patients. The effect lasts up to 5 years depending on thread material. The post-procedure distance between lateral cantus and the lateral end of the brow was elongated by 14%. In case of arch apex formation distance between pupil and the highest point of the arch was increased by 16.2% during the first year from the procedure. The result lasted more than two years in 80% of patients. According to patient satisfaction survey analysis, up to 50% of patients were very, up to 45% fully, and up 5% moderately satisfied with results. The 90% of patients evaluated their appearance as a youthful version of per-procedural appearance.

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