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Here's the thing, and I think I speak for all of us out there whose jaws have 'fallen to middle earth', as a friend wryly put it - it's not the wrinkles around our eyes we're so worried about, or indeed anything about the upper part of our faces.What my friends and I worry about are our Deputy Dawg jowls and our turkey wattles, and the way our chins are beginning to sort of melt into our necks.'Though not new by any stretch - barbed 24-carat gold threads were being used to lift faces as long as two decades ago in South East Asia - it has suddenly become the non-surgical procedure every woman of a certain age wants.Certainly among my posse of fiftysomething girlfriends, we can talk of little else.
Even Gywneth Paltrow, the Queen of All Natural, has given the treatment a tacit seal of approval.
'It depends who does it, but the treatment has been known to damage nerves.
Certainly it has been known for the threads to become infected.'Dr Prager would prefer to lift and tone the jaw with strategically placed Botox and filler.
After sterilising Teresa's face, Dr Loong takes a red skin pen and marks out vectors of where the threads, made of 100 per cent polydioxanone (a colourless, biodegradable polymer used in the preparation of surgical sutures), will go.
Although Teresa has made it clear she doesn't want any of the fine lines around her eyes to disappear or anything to change except for the lower part of her face, Dr Loong explains that two of the entry points will have to be inserted by the temples to achieve an effective, yet subtle jaw lift.
She repeats the process with three threads on each side of the neck and then adds a few supplementary threads to the chin and jawline area most affected by acne scarring, not to pull the skin tighter but to encourage collagen production in the affected skin.