Date 13 May 2024

George Sulamanidze, Lamzira Ebralidze, and Tamara Beshidze describe the lasting effects of the Visage Excellence Method in midface tissue suspension in this following article.

Thread lifting technique, the most popular minimally invasive cosmetic procedure for facial rejuvenation, makes ground for competitive products in the market. The Visage Excellence Method (EV) has emerged as a thriving method for facial rejuvenation. It employs sterile synthetic absorbable monofilament surgical sutures composed of Poly-L-lactide-co-ε-caprolactone (P(LA/CL)). Detailed mechanisms of action and technological characteristics underlying the efficacy of EV in midface tissue suspension and elevation come to the cardinal focus of attention for practitioners (plastic and aesthetic surgeons, cosmetologists and dermatologists) and individuals demanding the procedure. This article analyses the key aspects of the Aptos thread configuration and specialised barb design, along with insights into the lasting effects of the suture material. With its enhanced tissue integration and prolonged degradation profile, EV stands as a notable advancement in facial rejuvenation techniques, offering patients and practitioners an effective and reliable solution for addressing age-related changes in facial contours.

This article gives an overview of the principles of operation for the Aptos absorbable barbed threads - Visage Excellence. Read more in attached file.

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