Face lifting with ropes, Aptos face lifting, a resting process for face lifting Face lifting with rope is a new method used among face lifting methods used relating with aesthetic surgeries.
Light deformations between the ages of 30 and 50 causes for facial skin to get damaged. Until now, there has been a big gap between non-operative (such as wrinkle injection) and operative (such as SMAS lifting) facial rejuvenation methods.
Here, face lifting with Aptos and Anchorage threads (supporting threads) provide an alternative that is less widely used.
Just like Aptos or Anchorage face lifting, all facial lifting methods with rope are realized by using thin threads with hooks, that can not be absorbed. Just like in acupuncture, it is not required for the face to be cut. Only thin needle touches are applied as being invisible.
Aptos threads being mentioned as the special thin threads having the most beautiful particulars. They are aligned in the middle of each thread just like spiny hooks. Threads are placed on the stretched skin as being curved and then, they are tightened.
Skin remains as being tightened because hooked edges prevent the skin from returning back to its former position. In this way, skin remains tight and growth of new binding tissues is promoted. Thus, additional endurance of lower skin tissue is obtained.
In anchorage method, threads are attached to the bone membrane as being invisible. As a result, this method is also applied for obtaining stronger skin stretching and brow stretching.