Project Description

Reverse Time patient describes her experience of having a Silhouette Soft thread lift (non-surgical facelift using Silhouette Soft polylactic acid/ poly glycolic acid threads, self anchoring, with cones).

A Silhouette Soft thread lift can help to gently reposition skin and subcutaneous tissue where there is minimal sagging or jowling. Apart from a gentle mechanical lift, Silhouette Soft threads provide the added key benefit of triggering collagen synthesis in the treated area over time.
Before embarking on significant non-surgical treatments such as a thread lift, it is important to have a comprehensive consultation to assess whether this is the appropriate treatment for you. At Reverse Time, your complete medical history will be taken into consideration, and you will be clinically assessed to evaluate the underlying cause of your concerns.
You will be advised whether the thread lift is appropriate for you, or more importantly, if you ought to address other skin related issues first in order for you to get the best outcome from your chosen treatment.

To book your consultation with our Aesthetic Physician, call 03334440567 9am to 5:30pm Mon-Friday, 9am to 1pm Saturday.

Roz: Hello my name is Roz.

Aarti: You had a treatment recently didn’t you, and these actually treatments that you specialize in but obviously you can’t do it on yourself so,  you’ve come and had it done

Roz: That’s correct

Aarti: Tell me a bit about everything, you look amazing

Roz: I had treatment done in three weeks ago, so I was so pleased when I saw the before and after photographs.  It’s difficult to explain it’s such a subtle refreshment of the face,

Aarti: Just tighter?

Roz: Yeah more youthful!

Aarti: I know it’s really impolite to ask a lady but how old are you?

Roz: I’m 53

Aarti: This procedure that the thread is a silhouette soft threadlift?

Roz: yes

Aarti: and just a bit about the doctor who did it

Roz: very professional, lovely lady, put me at my ease I think.  I’ve been a professional myself when you’ve put your hands in colleagues hands, it can be a bit tricky, she’s absolitely lovely, obviously she knew what she was going to be doing.  Slightly different technique but I didn’t experience any bruising but I just felt that the procedure was not rushed, it took her time, and just the way that the procedure was done limited that possibility of bruising.

Aarti: What would you advise people who are considering this procedure?

Roz: I think the worst part of the treatment for me, was actually the local anesthetic.  I found that was that stung!  Once the anesthetic was done,  I was not really bruised, it was just a little bit sore at night and the only thing that really helped me was I was wearing a band around my face, firm headband and I’ve slept in.

Aarti: And you would know this from experience because how long have you been practicing these things?

Roz: Nearly ten years now

Aarti: So you would know from experience treating as well as teaching other nurses to do this?

Roz: Having had this treatment done, I wouldn’t have it done any other way.