Spider Web technique is a revolutionary and newly developed technique, inspired by the spider web, which is the strongest and most elegant structure of nature. Since the 2000s, R&D studies have been carried out and started to be implemented for the development of the technique.
This newly developed technique, Spider Web, is used as an alternative to face lift surgeries. It is a safe and simple way to stretch, tighten and rejuvenate with effective results. Unlike other stretching operations, patients can make up and return to their daily activities right after the Spider Web procedure.
This safe technique can be used on any part of the body; It can be applied in areas such as neck, arms, chest, hips and inner thighs. In addition, this technique can be supported by fat transfer.
It is performed by placing synthetic ropes, which hold body tissues together, into the subcutaneous tissue with fine needles and pattern them under the skin.
Tissues respond to these structures, which look like spider webs, by producing a protein called collagen, with the help of cells and growth factors that ensure skin integrity. Collagen adds durability, suppleness and vitality to the skin.
What is Spider Web Aesthetics?
Spider web aesthetics is a stretching method applied to the facial area where the first signs of aging are seen and other parts of the body that have shape or image problems.
Stretching, tightening and rejuvenating your skin is a process that can be performed on anyone who wants to stay young and actually get back time.
The first signs of aging begin with a loss of volume and shape and face cannot resist the force of gravitiy.
In addition, sagging occurs on the cheeks and neck. Despite all these negativities, spider web aesthetics, which is a new source of hope for those who do not want to have surgery, has more effects and advantages compared to traditional face lifting methods. Spider web aesthetics is one of the most preferred applications because it provides a much tighter and younger look without any scars.
Advantages of Spider Web Aesthetics
Who are Suitable Candidates for Spider Web Aesthetics?
If you have sagging on your face, wrinkles around your mouth, a decrease in your facial fat volume, sagging chin and similar skin problems and loss of elasticity, you can be a suitable candidate for spider web aesthetics.
Here is a list of possible problems that can help you decide if you are a suitable candidate for spider web aesthetics:
Inspection and Examination
The examination begins with the preliminary interview. Your face is measured, problems and deformities on your face are examined, the number of threads to be placed and other possible applications are decided. During your examination, your doctor answers all your questions, listens and understands your expectations, and plans according to your wishes. After your measurement and evaluation, your photos are taken for the medical archive.
During Spider Web Aesthetics
Your face is cleaned and numbing cream is applied to the areas. To inject absorbable surgical ropes called polydioxanone, very fine needles are inserted into the skin. As a reaction to PDO ropes, the body begins to produce collagen with cells that provide growth factors and skin integrity. The stretching effect doubles on your face. Fat is taken from your body and transferred to the required areas. Effects can be observed immediately after application. As the skin tightens, the effects become more visible over time.
The final result is observed after 6 months, and its effect lasts for 12 to 18 months and maybe years, depending on your collagen quality. The application takes about 30 minutes.
After Spider Web Aesthetics
Spider web aesthetics is a very practical procedure, you can do your makeup right after the procedure, leave the hospital and return to your next daily routine. Moisturizers and sunscreen lotions that you will use for the rest of your life minimize the harm of the sun and help you protect your youth. In addition, a healthy lifestyle makes these results last longer.
Benefits of Spider Web Aesthetics