Combatting the effects of ageing above all means restoring smoother and more toned skin, but also a more shapely face.
To meet this dual requirement, Silhouette Soft combines two effects:
Lifting and regenerating
The lifting effect is immediate and discreet as it is the result of compressing the tissue and elevating the skin at the time of implanting the suture. After inserting the suture, the doctor applies slight pressure on the treated area. In this way, the doctor reshapes the surface of the skin and makes it visibly smoother.
The regenerating effect is gradual: Poly L-lactic acid (PLLA), the principal component of Silhouette Soft is a well-known polymer that has been used for many years in a number of biomedical and pharmaceutical applications: suture thread, orthopedic pins, rods, screws and nails for bone fractures. It is because this polymer is particularly biocompatible with human beings, and also completely biodegradable, that such applications have been developed.
By resorbing, the poly L-lactic acid acts on the deeper layers of the skin and stimulates the body so that it produces its own collagen. This action, which continues over time, helps increase the volume of saggy areas and restores shapeliness to the face.
3D pictures in “clay” mode showing a patient face before and immediately after Silhouette Soft treatment. The volume map is a fusion of the 3D before and after pictures showing the loss (blue) and gain (yellow) of volume in the patient’s face thanks to the Silhouette Soft treatment.
These images are Sinclair own images from internal investigations.
In What Cases Is Silhouette Soft Indicated?
Silhouette Soft is recommended for men and women of 30 and over who are trying to combat effectively the signs of ageing and who do not want any heavy and invasive treatment, but are looking for real and natural looking results.
You physician will confirm you have the right characteristics for a Silhouette Soft treatment.