Yastrid: Your Professional Nose Threads Manufacturer
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is the innovation to inject collagen threads into the nose through the traction of nose threads to make the best effect with a natural appearance. Except for doctors’ nose lifting skills, choosing an excellent quality nose thread is essential.
Yastrid has specialized in manufacturing different kinds of nose threads since 2004, both barbed and without. We use high-quality material sutures and cannula to ensure the safety of our nose threads. We strictly inspected each of our threads before selling. It can extend the nose tip, reduce nasal wings to lift the nose’s profile (which also calls “Y” lines), and enhance the three-dimensional effect of the nose with multiple angles.
Yastrid Nose thread is your best choice to achieve impressive results.
Yastrid Best-Quality Nose Threads
Yatsrid PDO nose thread is a 100% safe filling material for nose shaping. Nose thread lifting is a non-surgical treatment. Choosing a good-quality nose thread can help you reduce the pain, swelling, and bleeding. You can refer to the video on the right.
- Imported material to ensure superior quality.
- 100% safe, absorbable, and has no side effects.
- Less pain, simple operating, fast recovery.
- Good reshaping effect for nasal bridge and nasal columella.
High-Quality Raw Materials
Yastrid PDO nose threads are made from 100% absorbable PDO sutures imported from one of the biggest suture companies, “Samyang,” which is much more absorbent than other brands. Having a 100% Safe Suture material is one significant benefit for the patients and doctors as it may affect their treatment and cause a BIG RISK for them.
Yastrid will always make sure that you’ll be SAFE and BEAUTIFUL.
4 Layers Waterproof Foil Bag
We always know production is crucial for each thread, but packing bags are also essential.
Yastrid nose thread packaging bag has four layers, and we added a unique material to prevent the air, moisture, and bacteria efficiently. The thickness of our nose thread foil bag is 0.324mm. It can help keep the threads last longer.
We tested our PDO nose thread; even when it expires, it’s still as strong as the fresh one, never broken.
Smooth and Highly Clean Cannula
Yastrid makes each nose thread with a smooth and highly clean cannula. We imported advanced equipment from Germany to deal with the burrs and clean the cannula tube wall.
Usually, a smooth and clean cannula can prevent the bacteria effectively to reduce the risk of swelling and inflammation when we insert the nose thread into the skin. Also, a better nose thread cannula guarantees to reduce the risk of cutting out tissue. This also could reduce bleeding and swelling.
All Kinds of Nose Threads to Help You Dominate the Market
Different size nose threads to meet doctors’ different requirements:
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Doctors often need different size nose threads for different parts. As a specialized nose thread manufacturer, we can make different sizes to meet your doctors’ requirements.
Yastrid Nose Thread is More than Expeted
Yastrid is continually devoted to producing top-quality PDO nose threads. We were so lucky to get positive feedback and good ratification in over a decade because of our outstanding products.
You never expected that what a big difference you would get with Yastrid nose threads. Following are some real cases from Yastrid clients.
Why Yastrid Nose Thread Is Your Best Choice for Nose Lifting?
In the past 16 years, our company has spent time manufacturing and developing various face lifting threads to meet international standards.
We established more than 6,000 square meters of purification workshop, imported advanced equipment, set up a research and development department and quality control department to bring excellent products to meet the needs and expectations of our clients.
Besides providing top-quality threads, we offer integrated solutions to every client, whether a trainer, doctor, or a trading company. Huge technical support ready to grow your business to greater heights.
Nose Thread – The Ultimate FAQ Guide
A sharp and defined nose is considered the ideal nose across many ethnic groups as it is the most prominent feature of your face. Unfortunately, Asians have an upturned nose tip and flat nose bridge that makes their face broad looking, and also eyes look wide apart.
This is why nose-thread lifting is widely popular in Asian countries, especially in Korea, Singapore, and Malaysia. But it is also gaining popularity in people from non-Asian countries like the UK, US, Canada, and Australia. The only reason is nose thread is a safer and effective alternative to Rhinoplasty/nose job – a plastic surgery procedure for reconstructing the nose.
Read this guide until the end if you’re also interested in learning more about nose threads.
What is a Nose Thread?
An emerging trend in non-invasive procedures is using fine, absorbable threads” to mechanically lift your nose – known as ‘nose threads.’
The non-surgical nose thread lift renders an exceptionally safe procedure and is a more inexpensive choice than rhinoplasty.
Which Nose Threads Are the Best?
PDO and PCL nose-thread lift results tend to last relatively longer. PDO nose thread can last for about 12-18 months, whereas PCL can usually last 24-36 months since the sutures take along to dissolve. But both types can leave your nose higher and more defined in appearance.
Remember: PDO and PCL nose threads have different material, length, thickness, and barb presence. Also, each comes with different prices. So, a doctor can best determine the choice of the thread after an initial consultation.
Do Nose Threads Build Collagen and Help Reshape a Nose?
Nose threads encourage new collagen production, which works to smooth out your wrinkles and deep fine lines. This thread penetration adds further firmness and natural contour to the area; hence, you get reshaped nose as desired.
PDO and PCL nose threads are placed in the deep tissues of your nose located just above the bone when followed by local anesthesia. The threads gradually dissolve, stimulating natural collagen production and reshaping of the nose for over two years.
When Do Nose Threads Dissolve?
The introduction of dissolvable nose threads consists of a synthetic sugar compound called PDO (polydioxanone). This type of thread starts dissolving within the fourth week after the procedure.
In contrast, PCL (polycaprolactone) is a lactic acid thread that usually takes a longer time (around three months) to dissolve, although the results can endure two years.
What Areas of the Nose Can a Thread Be Used For?
You can use nose thread treatment to treat the following areas:
- Tip of the nose
- Bridge of the nose
Does Nose Thread Lift Look Natural?
Yes, the nose thread looks natural, and no scarring shows up afterward. However, the only condition is to get it done by an experienced doctor.
How Do Nose Threads Work?
Nose threads are 100% bio-compatible. The thread procedure involves placing threads within your nose – on top of each other like a pyramid formation that dissolves and changes the nasal skin in a few months.
PDO or PCL threads – both act like scaffolds – into the nose for immediate mechanical support. The unique feature of these nose threads is that they’re absorbable by human bodies – each shows different results.
Indeed, this thread technology gives more projected nose tips once the threads get dissolved.
Is Nose Thread Lift Painful Procedure?
Individuals choose nose thread lifts because they are less painful, whereas surgical methods are unpleasant. This widely publicized technique quickly gains traction as a safer, less painful, and more effective alternative to nose fillers. The dissolving of the nose threads over time adds to the procedure’s benefit.
Even though it is among the less traumatic procedures available today, you may experience post-procedure swelling or discomfort. After that, you can enjoy the full privilege of your treatment. However, if you take proper precautions, you may be able to prevent the discomfort entirely beforehand.
Is Nose Thread Safe?
Yes, nose thread is a safe procedure, and there are no severe side effects reported yet. There’s no risk of causing paradoxical blood clotting (skin necrosis) and blindness compared to nose fillers that can block up your nose blood vessels.
Immediately after your doctor places the nose threads, you will feel a slight tightness in the treated area. A mild bruising and swelling are expected after the procedure, but that can get resolved in a week if taken care of properly.
Just remember: Nose thread lift takes very little to no recovery time.
What are the Benefits of Nose Thread Lifting?
The advantages of nose thread include:
- Straighter and sharper nose bridge
- Excellent for sharpening and contouring
- Narrow your nose tip base and shape it forward
- No anesthesia needed
- Restore symmetry of your crooked nose
- Immediate visible results
- Less expensive than surgical procedures such as rhinoplasty
- Patients can resume work in a day or two
- Very safe and effective – less risk of complications
- No downtime
How Often Can You Have Nose Threads?
As said above, the nose thread procedure results are visible in an hour and improve further once your body starts regenerating collagen production for 6 to 12 months. Usually, results last for about 18 months, after which you can again opt for this treatment – as per doctors’ advice.
How Does Nose Thread Lift Procedure Improve the Shape of Your Nose?
Nose thread lift treatment uses absorbable PDO threads to achieve a sharper and straighter nose bridge; the best part is enhancing your nose tip’s definition without any surgery.
How to Perform Nose Thread Lift Procedure?
After consulting your desired outcome, the specialists will analyze and customize the number of nose threads for use. The doctor will clean and disinfect the area before initializing the treatment.
Following that, to ensure a pain-free operation, your doctor may anesthetize your nose and the associated region using cream or by injection.
The PDO thread raises the height of the nasal bridge as it threads along the midline of the nose. The nose threads may be put into the nose apex at a specific depth to produce the required projection for a sharper nose tip.
What Can You Expect During Nose Thread Lift Procedure?
After numbing the nose with a local anesthetic, the doctor places threads along your nasal bridge. This thread placement will elevate the nasal bridge and tip – to heighten the nose – while stimulating collagen production within 6 to 8 months post-treatment.
Among the common nose thread lifting methods are:
- Lifting of the lower nasal ridge
- Creating a projection for bulbous nose tip
- Aligning the soft bone between your nostrils
Unlike surgical procedures, it only takes 45 minutes to complete the procedure, which take hours to complete. Due to this minimal downtime and less pain, nose thread lift treatments are in high demand.
How Fast Can the Nose Thread Lift Heal?
Recovery from nose threads procedure is minimal. Initially, for 24 to 48 hours, you might experience some swelling or bruising, but soon as this time pass you can resume your daily routines.
Do not rub your nose or nearby areas at least for a week post-procedure; otherwise, there will be chances that you accidentally dislodged the thread.
Nose Thread Lift Aftercare
- Wash the area very gently – refrain from scrubbing, massaging, or exfoliating your nose
- No to spas or saunas because it’s not good to expose your nose to heat
- No to physical exercise which could put pressure on the nose
- Do not make extreme facial expressions
- Do not smoke or drink alcohol for at least a week post-procedure
- Do not sleep on your stomach or side as it can put serious pressure on your face. Try to sleep on your back for about a week after the treatment. Keep your head propped up to reduce the swelling after a procedure
- Avoid solid foods that may worsen your bleeding or bruising
Can Nose Thread Lift Make Nose Smaller?
Theoretically, yes, it can. Nose thread lifts will offer you the ideal appearance if you want a contoured and well-structured – v shape nose. They might also be successful in enhancing your nose tip to appear smaller, sharper, and thinner. Unlike fillers, nose threads are not only imaginary but provide effective results.
Can Nose Threads Fix a Bulbous Nose?
By decreasing nose tip width, a nose thread can elevate the nose. With the help of these threads, it can make a bulbous nose appear sharper and narrower. There are two ways in which a cosmetician can make this happen for you.
They will place the nose thread in the columella, which requires a high degree of skill, or there will be numerous difficulties or high G prime fillers like Radiesse/ Ellanse that get injected directly at the tip beneath the skin.
Both of these nose thread lifting methods can effectively aid in lifting your nose tip upwards and forwards – it creates the perception of a sharper, slimmer tip, which may be suitable for certain patients.
Remember: Since bulbous nose tips are noticeable, they might detract from the attractiveness of other facial characteristics. However, with the help of a nose thread lift, it can look according to how you truly want it to be.
How Many Threads Do You Need For Nose?
On average, 10 to 12 PDO threads are used for each nose thread lifting session. But the actual number of threads required depends on your desired outcome.
The doctor will place the required number of threads in the nose; their location will depend on your anatomy and goals. Mostly multiple threads are injected in several sessions to make your nose tip or bridge higher.
Once threads get dissolved, it then rejuvenate skin tissues beneath your nose skin. For example, for correction of a droopy nose tip, doctors typically use three threads that are inserted from the tip toward the bridge of the nose in a V fashion to give that sharp, beautiful vertical lift.
You need to conduct an initial consultation with the doctor to analyze the current shape of your nose and the desired result so they can decide the number of nose threads required.
How Long Do Nose Threads Last?
Younger people tend to achieve longer results for about 3 to 4 years. Still, older people who’ve lousy skin elasticity can only enjoy the benefits of the nose thread lift procedure for 12 to 18 months.
Can You Remove Nose Threads if the Outcome is Poor?
Yes, nose threads are removable, but it’s challenging to remove once inserted beneath the skin. This solely depends on your doctor’s thread insertion technique and location.
Moreover, removing nose threads is quite painful and leads to a risk of infection and even scarring. Therefore, it is essential to select a trained doctor to perform this thread removal procedure for you.
Here you need to note that PDO and PCL threads are 100% dissolvable and take 2 to 3 months to get dissolved in your skin. So, if the outcome was unsatisfactory – in case your sutures become visible – there’s no need to remove the threads because all will get dissolved over time.
Will Nose Thread Lift Affect Your Breathing? And Does it Work Well if You Have Sensitive Nose?
No, a nose thread lift procedure is 100% safe and doesn’t affect your breathing. The threads are placed deeply in the soft tissues of the nose so they can’t affect your internal nasal cavity. If you have a sensitive nose that is more prone to allergic reactions, a nose thread lift will not worsen or improve its sensitivity.
If You Had Nose Filler Before, Can You Now Opt for Nose Thread Lifting?
You can choose to have nose thread lifting if your fillers wear off. Typically, nose fillers (i.e., hyaluronic filler) results in the last 9 to 12 months.
Who’s a Good Candidate and Who’s Not Suitable for a Nose Thread Lift?
Both males and females having decent skin quality are suitable candidates for a nose thread lift treatment. However, it’s not suitable for people:
- Have undergone rhinoplasty
- With active skin infection
- With sun-damaged or very thin skin
- With autoimmune disorder
- Are looking for a complete change of their nose structure
Remember: The nose threads may be visible – in the above conditions- if your skin doesn’t have enough dermis to support the thread thickness.
Does Nose Thread Thickness Affect its Results?
Yes, the thickness of the nose threads used affects the results of your procedure. Many doctors use thin, short threads which do not deliver smooth results. In most cases, thicker nose threads are used – with anchors (known as cogs) – which work effectively for nose lifting.
However, thick nose threads may cause bruising and trauma to the nose, so your doctor’s professional judgment works in this case.
- Typically, Nose Bridge needs 19g 60mm or 19g 70mm and
- Nose Tips needs 19g 3mm L cannula
Should You Choose PDO Or PCL Threads for Nose Lifting?
Each type of nose thread has its own set of characteristics. Choosing the right one can make a big difference in the end result. But for nose thread lifting, PDO shows better results – it is a unique medical-grade thread made of protein.
If it’s your first experience, your doctor may advise you to initially begin with PDO nose threads because they do not last as long as other thread kinds. Also, Polydioxanone (PDO) thread is thinner than hair that helps relax the tendons and muscles of your nose, improving blood flow, resulting in new collagen production in the skin and reshaping it as desired.
Besides PDO threads, polycaprolactone (PCL) threads are also used for nose lifting, but PDO increases Type 1 and 2-collagen faster (within 4 to 6 months) and leaves no scars afterward. However, PCL nose threads often get recommended for people who experienced thread lift treatments and have had good outcomes in the past.
Bottom line: Both PDO and PCL nose thread lifts have a very low risk of complications compared to painful surgeries. Likewise, there’s less risk of bleeding, scarring, or severe bruising when performed by a trained specialist.
Consult with your doctor to find out which thread will work best for you.
Which is Better – a Nose Thread Lift or Nose Filler?
There are a few key differences between a nose thread lift and nose filler, as stated below.
Hyaluronic Acid fillers get injected into the skin during a nose filler procedure. These fillers comprise Hyaluronic gel, which is safe for your skin. To provide the nose lift and projection, they get injected into the bridge and tip. Inflammation or bruises at the injection sites is inevitable, but these adverse effects should fade within the next day or two.
There is a chance of infection if the nasal filler procedure gets conducted by an unskilled injector. Even though this reaction is uncommon, a thorough consultation with a doctor is utterly necessary. It can help determine the dangers and if the practitioner is qualified to do the treatment for you.
The effects of nose filler might continue for up to a year following the procedure. It can continue up to 36 months if repeated regularly, depending on the patient.
However, when it comes to a nose thread, it is an entirely different story. Polydioxanone (PDO) threads (serve as a nasal scaffold) are 100% biocompatible and absorbable by human bodies, which means nose enhancement is possible without surgery.
The PDO nose thread lift takes less than an hour to perform. Except for PDO, cosmeticians also prefer PCL thread for a nose lift. This fine thread gets placed along your nasal bridge to give the nose height and projection. It is an essential component of surgical sutures used by surgeons.
Therefore, it is common to have some pain and inflammation following this procedure. Thread injections get used in the treatment for a nose thread lift. The threads get inserted beneath the skin to raise the bridge and tip of the nose. All of this takes place while also activating collagen production.
Bottom line: Nose thread lifts procedures only take an hour to complete. It’s painless as compared to nose fillers.
Nose Thread Lift or Rhinoplasty Surgery? What’s the Difference?
There are a few key differences between a nose thread lift and rhinoplasty surgery. If just cosmetic factors get taken into consideration, a rhinoplasty is a nose job operation to improve the form of the nose. This procedure helps in the seamless alignment of the nose with your facial features. By correcting poor curvature or compressed nasal valves, this treatment can also be beneficial and enhance your breathing.
Rhinoplasties that professionally get performed are visually attractive and will improve your look. Cosmetic surgeons are very skilled in molding cartilage, skin, and bone to create an ideal appearance for the patient. Despite so many benefits, this surgical procedure is quite long and painful for patients. Hence, to mitigate these issues, the technology of nose threads lift – sometimes known as a “lunchtime nose job” is another way to get the appearance you want.
It is a non-surgical technique that employs biodegradable absorbable threads. The threads will progressively disintegrate within the skin over 6 to 12 months. The results of a nose thread lift can continue for up to two years. The nose thread lift is possible through the placement of fine threads that help lift your nasal bridge. These threads also trigger a healing reaction in the skin, prompting the body to send a flood of collagen to the treated region.
Bottom line: Nose thread lift procedure is less painful, effective, and affordable when compared with rhinoplasty.
What Risks Are Associated With Nose Thread Lifts?
Bruising, discomfort, and inflammations are all possible side effects and consequences of a nose thread lift. As are infection, nodule development, skin dimpling, threads are buckling, and protrusion.
Nose threads are frequently barbed to help them grasp the tissue better, and they seldom fall out on their own. A stubborn attempt to remove misplaced or diseased nose threads can cause pain and injury to the skin. If you decide that surgical adjustment is necessary for your nose, it might leave scar tissue behind in the future.
How Much Does Nose Thread Lift Cost?
A nose thread lift, on average, costs around $2,250 and is less expensive than surgical procedures. However, this cost is just an estimate, and the actual costs vary according to your desired outcome and many other factors.
From Where to Buy Nose Threads Online?
There are many suppliers of nose threads; however, you need to consider various factors before choosing the best one.
- Check if the quality of the nose thread is good
- Are the prices of nose threads reasonable
- Do they offer MOQ before delivering bulk orders
- Do they have a company website and social media presence
The Verdict – What Is a Perfect Nose?
Well, there’s no formula to determine a perfect nose, but you should agree with the fact that a nose is known to be ‘perfect’ when it perfectly blends with your eyes and other facial features.
Since the shape and height of our nose also impact our facial features and confidence, a nose thread lift treatment are in high demand worldwide.
We hope this guide will help you make the right choice.