Nose Lift in a Needle

The nose is a defining facial feature of the face. A higher, sharper nose is thought to be more attractive than a flat and wide one. It’s no wonder that nose-lifting procedures have been getting popular lately. Nose Threadlift is the best choice for those (much like myself) who are pain averse, and are iffy about going under the knife. Learn more about it under the cut!

What threads are used?

The Sloane Clinic’s Nose Threadlift uses PDO (polydixanone) threads, which is 100% absorbable by the body. They work together to improve collagen synthesis so that the definition of a nose lift will improve with time. It’s also a huge part of their 3D Nose Lift, which you can find out more about here.

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The thread’s design acts as a way to contour, sharpen, and lift the nose as desired without the need for surgery!

Because the threads make up the foundation of the lift, they need to be suitable. Threads that are too short, thin or smooth don’t provide sufficient support, leading to unsatisfactory, short-lived results. Threads that are too thick, on the other hand, may increase the chances of scarring.

The PDO threads used at The Sloane Clinic have a structure that maximises the lifting and contouring effect. The desired result is immediately visible with only one single session required.

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Where to do it?

The Sloane Clinic is one of the leading aesthetic clinics in Singapore and Malaysia. Their doctors constantly seek out the latest non-invasive cosmetic dermatology and plastic surgery techniques. Their impressive reputation translates to better results, and less bruising and pain in the process of enhancing your nose. If you’re interested in nose augmentation, do make sure to book an appointment with them.

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