Dr. Eva Maria Strobl – Your expert for thread lift in Munich
You have heard of face lift without surgery and are now interested in getting a thread lift in Munich?
In Dr. Eva Maria Strobl you will find a competent physician you can trust!
She combines profound medical expertise with a natural sense of aesthetics and has gained experience with thread lifts in the most diverse applications.
She will welcome you in the pleasant, discreet atmosphere of her office near “Bavaria” in Munich, fully equipped at the latest medical standards.
Learn more about thread lift by Dr. Eva Maria Strobl. These are the topics:
Why a thread lift?
A Thread lift is a relatively new cosmetic procedure that can be used to tighten sagging skin.
It is also very effective against wrinkles, and requires no surgery.
A thread lift is easy to perform, complications are rare.
My own experience with thread lift so far has been consistently positive and are in accordance with the vast majority of clinical reports of cases worldwide.
Why does slack skin occur at all? Because the aging process causes the tissue fibres to lose elasticity.
From the early 40s onwards, the body reduces the production of both collagen and elastin, which gradually deprives the tissue of its ability to defy gravity.
In addition, a visible loss of volume sets in in important areas of tissue, for example on the cheeks of the face, caused by the breakdown of muscle tissue and fatty body, reduced hyaluronan content and age-related bone structure remodelling.
Last but not least, negative environmental influences, above UV light from the sun, contribute to the ageing of the skin and the slackening of the tissue.
Even though the exact mechanism has not yet been scientifically clarified, the specific contribution to skin ageing caused by the sun is probably due to the fact that on the one hand it inhibits the new production of collagen fibres, while on the other hand it stimulates the production and activity of collagen-degrading enzymes (so-called “matrix metalloproteinases”).
Furthermore, UV rays probably also promote the formation of aggressive oxygen molecules, which in turn attack the DNA in the tissue cells.
Under the harmful influence of these factors, parts of the face such as the chin or cheeks now increasingly create a “drooping” impression and no longer look attractive.
Taut and well-contoured proportions from a young age melt into a soft and unstructured form, and bulge at their compression points to form bulging tissue mountains, which are interspersed with deep wrinkles in their valleys.
This is the case of age-related nasolabial folds, for example, whose principal cause is not a contracting muscle underneath, but the loss of tissue volume in the cheek areas.
“O” instead of “V”
These factors eventually change the entire shape of the face: the slender, taut “V” of the young age is transformed into an increasingly compressed face with a rounded shape. The appearance appears tired, old and visually unattractive.
In the past, a surgical facelift was the only remedy that promised relief in such cases.
In the meantime, however, thread lift has become a very good and, according to all accounts, low-risk alternative.