For facial and body rejuvenation there is a number of different interventions in the field of aesthetic medicine. This includes classic mesotherapy, chemical peels, hyaluronic fillers, botulinum toxin, Botox laser, plasma therapy, PRP, dermarollers and the most modern, attractive and effective mesothreads treatment. Each of them has its advantages as well as disadvantages and risks.


The method of application of fibers into the facial skin with the aim of tightening and lifting has been known for a long time, and has become widely accepted since the beginning of the eighties. In recent years, non-surgical rejuvenation of the face and body by using fibers has been revolutionized by improving mesothreads treatment.


Mesothreads are biodegradable fibers injected with needles of various lengths and diameters. Implantation of fibers into the subcutaneous tissue has an excellent lifting effect and improves the quality and tone of the skin to perfection. In addition to lifting effect, an effective reconstruction volume in the middle and lower third of the face is achieved.


The accomplished effect is a result of the mechanism of stimulation of fibroblasts with the help of mesothreads, which encourage the increase in the synthesis of collagen and elastin. Biodegradation of mesothreads is critical, because it provides resynthesis of the tissue without the formation of fibrosis and disorders of microcirculation and vascularization of tissues at the site of implantation.


The advantage of this method, which is different from the others, is minimal tissue reaction and simultaneous impact on improving the volume and contours of the face and body, as well as significant improvement in the skin quality. Mesothreads can be applied to the forehead, eyebrows, around the eyes, cheekbones, cheeks, jaw line, double neck, neck, cleavage, arm, stomach, inner thighs ...


Twisted-spiral fibers with nodes along the entire length have recently appeared, which cause stronger regenerative tissue reaction, and the results that are achieved are truly amazing. Therefore, even though the fibers are completely absorbed after six months, the effects of the treatment remain in all the regions in which they are contained for a period of 9 to 12 months, depending on age and individual characteristics of the patient. During the first week, instant lifting effect is a consequence of edema caused by micro trauma needles and tissue reaction to a foreign body. From the second week after the intervention the biological effects begin to manifest and lead to progressive improvements in the coming months. The correction can be done every 3-6 months in order to boost the effect on the treated regions.





The technique of placing the fibers is simple and has no significant adverse effects (except for initial edema and possible hematoma). The recovery period is minimal. This procedure has a limited risk of complications both in the early and in the late period, and the risk of infection does not exist after the appropriately conducted measures of asepsis.