Turn Back Time With the Spiderweb Technique

Cihantimur M.D. Offers a Groundbreaking Procedure to Prevent Sagging

Defying years! Getting back your skin’s youth and tightness! Sounds good, doesn’t it? And without surgery. In a half hour. With Bülent Cihantimur’s groundbreaking aesthetic procedure “Spiderweb,” you can give yourself the gift of youth and look 7 to 10 years younger. This procedure is suitable not only for the face, but also for many other parts of your body. Turning back time is no longer a dream!

Cosmetic SurgeryIt is inevitable that your skin will lose to passing years! Over time, our skin, especially around the face and the neck, gets loose and sags. The basic reason is, collagen and elastine fibers are no longer as tight as they used to be.

Cells in basic skin elements can no longer renew themselves as rapidly and get damaged over the years, causing our skin to lose its young, healthy and radiant look. Over the years, many new medical methods have been developed to address this problem. Laser surgery, chemical procedures, mechanical peeling, facial mesotherapy are just a few of these methods. The most radical option among these is surgery. These techniques have been used by themselves or in combination.

Bülent Cihantimur M.D. “Threadlift” technique, which he calls “Spiderweb,” is a groundbreaking and even epoch-making procedure for skin renewal. This method, which we can also call non-surgical skin lift, delivers thin  PDO (polydioxanone) threads under the skin using very fine needles. These threads replace the thinning fibers (collagen and elastine) in sagging and loose parts of the skin. This way, it is possible to restore youth to the skin without needing surgery.

The applied threads enter a type of reaction with the skin and act as adhesive. With this effect, saggy skin tightens back up and regains its form. This procedure has no side effects, can be done with the simple application of anesthetic cream and causes no pain afterwards. The procedure takes 30 minutes on average and the threads dissolve within 6 to 8 months. With this technique, the effects last 2 to 3 years, micro circulation improves in the area of application, thus activating the body’s repair mechanisms, reawakening the body and sending collagen production signals.

Spiderweb Tehnique – The Miraculous, Painless and Simple Cosmetic Treatment

With this miraculous, simple and painless cosmetic method, it is possible to get skin that is livelier and looks 7-10 years younger within a short period of time! As there is no healing process for this technique, unlike surgery, it is possible to swim, sunbathe and shower immediately after the procedure. While real adhesion and healthy, tight looks are visible immediately after the procedure, the best results emerge after 4 weeks.

The Spiderweb technique has a completely different effect than the other well-known thread mesh techniques. As there is no load on the threads, threads do not lose their strength and the skin does not begin to sag. With this technique, tens of threads worked into a mesh, and this mesh helps the skin look tighter and more vigorous.

This procedure both lifts sagging skin on the face, the neck and in many other parts of the body, and eliminates fineSpiderweb Technique facial wrinkles. For areas other than the face, for sagging arms, loose skin in inner thighs, the breasts, loose and sagging skin in the abdomen after giving birth, the same procedure is done using thicker threads.
Some areas where the Spiderweb technique is applicable are:

1. On the face, sagging on the side of the mouth, the jawline, the nose area and the neck

2. Wrinkles and acne scars on the face

3. Sagging arms, loose skin in inner thighs, loose breast skin after giving birth, loose and sagging skin in the abdomen after giving birth.

Regarding this special technique, Bülent Cihantimur M.D.says: “As children, we all were used to see our grandmothers, our aunts patiently focus on needlework.”

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