The conventional facelift procedure typically involves several incisions and extensive repositioining of the skin tissues in order to get rid of sagging features and wrinkles. However, a renowned Korean cosmetic surgeon has developed an innovative facelift technique that does not require a single incision.
The Frame Thread Lift works by pulling up the skin tissues using small threads that are attached to key muscles in the cheeks, upper eye area and chin. A small net is spread under the skin to create a 'frame' that the surgeon can then move and manipulate as needed. Many doctors are already attending private seminars and workshops to learn this new technique that has caught the eyes of many professionals around the globe.
According to a recent press release about the debut of this innovative thread lift technique, "The difference of the Frame Thread Lift procedure as opposed the Contour Lift is that Dr. Woo Jung Ho's vector technique creates a "frame" on the face. The frame effect supports the structure and tissues--from low to high. There have been more than a thousand clinical tests, so its effectiveness is proven."
The Frame Thread Lift was demonstrated at the recent Anti-Aging Medicine Conference in Las Vegas, and may be the next non-surgical option for getting rid of wrinkles, fine lines and sagging skin for millions of baby boomers and patients interested in the facelift.
Dr. Woo Jung Ho is a cosmetic surgeon in Korea and Director of the Miracle Cosmetic International, a cosmetic surgery center with branches in Japan, Singapore and the United States. He has been working on perfecting this technique for several years; the Frame Thread Lift is being hailed as the '100% non-incision facelift' and is an advanced cosmetic enhancement that is still undergoing research and testing.