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  • What does it take to become certified in Tesslift?
    To be allowed to study in Tesslift, you must be a licensed Doctor, Dentist or Nurse. You must have many years of experience in medical aesthetic treatments and you have taken a basic course in Wire Lifting. You should have a good knowledge of anatomy.
  • What does it mean to be part of Tesslift's global network?
    The manufacturer of Tesslift together with Clinicals as a Nordic distributor always wants to lift your users and offer you development. Workshops and events are arranged on an ongoing basis where all Kol-Doktorer meet. You are also part of TessTalk which is a live for you COPD where you can share knowledge.
  • Why do I need to go to training when I have taken a thread course and work with threads?
    Tesslift is not a "regular" pdo thread. Tesslift has a unique manufacturing process with MESH SCAFFOLD technology. Around the 360 ° rotating cog wire, it is surrounded by the Mesh. The net is integrated with its own fabric and this is what makes Tesslift's unique strength. To work with Tesslift, you need to be confident with the product and understand its capacity to be able to implement the safest and best results. If the Tesslift is handled incorrectly, the patient's safety is endangered. When the Mesh is integrated, it cannot be removed without surgery. For us, it is important that you keep up to date with the latest technologies and therefore we will regularly offer training.
  • Can I hold trainings in Tesslift?
    Yes. The demand for Tesslift is only getting bigger and bigger from the customers and therefore more skilled educators will be needed who want to develop and develop. If you are interested in starting an education, you are warmly welcome to contact us.
  • Can Tesslift be combined with other treatments?
    Yes. Tesslift can be combined with other treatments, such as other thin threads, botox and filler.
  • When can I return to work after my Tesslift treatment?
    It's individual, some feel they can go straight away while others want to rest for a few days. After your treatment with Tesslift, you may be swollen and bruising may occur. The swelling and bruising are no danger, it subsides within a few days. However, you may feel "tight" swollen and sore in the treated area. If you are in pain, the recommendation is to take paracetamol during the first 24 hours. (your therapist will inform you more before and after your treatment)
  • Does a Tesslift treatment hurt?
    Treatment with Tesslift is performed under local anesthesia. Some patients experience some discomfort while some do not feel anything. Talk to your healthcare provider if you are concerned.
  • When do I see results of my treatment?
    You see results immediately after your treatment. Thanks to Tesslift integrating with your tissue, the result will gradually be better and you will see the final result 4-6 months after your treatment.
  • What areas can be treated with Tesslift?
    Tesslift can be used pretty much anywhere on the body. The material in Tesslift is PDO (Polydioxanone) Examples of treatment areas: Child Lift Jaw lift / jaw line Neck lift / double chin Eyebrow lift / foxyeyes Head Lift Nasal lift / nose correction of nasal spine, nasal wings and nasal wall. Breast lift Lift off excess skin / hang off upper arms. Stomach / ex excess skin. Tesslift provides a long-lasting stimulation of collagen and is therefore also effective in improving the quality of the skin, (Wrinkles, Hudton, Scars, acne scars and stretch marks.)
  • What can I expect for the results of Tesslift?
    All people have different conditions and expectations, so before your treatment you need to consult with your doctor to find out what is reasonable for you. All Tesslift users are Certified and provided that Tesslift is the right treatment for you, you can expect a safe, strong and long-lasting result.
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  • Advice after your treatment
    Use sun protection factor 50 SPF. Swelling may occur, if necessary you can take Ipren 400 mg / 3 times daily for 2-3 days. Bruising may occur. Keep your head in "high position" at an angle of at least 30 degrees for the first three nights. Sleep with the recommended face band for the first 3 nights. Avoid direct pressure on the area three (3) weeks after treatment.
  • Advice before your treatment
    1. Avoid alcohol 48 hours before treatment. 2. Avoid nicotine on the day of treatment. 3. Avoid blood-thinning preparations. 4. Refrain from treatment for ongoing skin infection or inflammation. 5. Communicate your expectations to your therapist as we all have different circumstances.
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