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Everything You Need To Know About Spider Web Aesthetics
Our skin, on the other hand, sends antibodies to each blow it takes, initiates the healing process, increases collagen production and creates a fiber structure in the damaged area. The structure, which is knitted like a tiny lace to the subcutaneous tissue by means of fine-tipped needles and formed like a spider web, forms the basis of the Spider Web technique.
While knitting this web structure is a biologically endowed feature for the spider, it can be explained by the knowledge of anatomy, manual skill and being a master of technique in human beings.
Actually, the principle of the technique is extremely simple. Its threads are knitted like a net under the skin with needles. Since there is no incision on the skin surface, there is no scar. While the threads that create a lifting effect help the skin to recover, the skin reacting to the threads takes action. In this way, the production of biological fibroplasts, ie natural fibers, begins and the production of collagen that slows down accelerates.
Spider web aesthetics can be combined with many other aesthetic operations, and the technique can be used as an auxiliary and complementary element. It works like an assistant in many operations such as genital rejuvenation, rhinoplasty, breast aesthetics, tummy tuck surgeries.
Rejuvenation studies should be carried out with punctual and structured applications according to the patient's profile and with the treatments that progress by finding the right points. These points are encrypted differently in each person.
Beauty will come out when these codes are broken. The important thing is to find the correct points that differ in each individual. In fact, the miracle of spider web aesthetics comes from here. Right plastic surgeon, correctly planned treatment and correctly applied spider web aesthetics ...
Written on 14/08/2017
Last Update: 22/04/2021