How does a Face Thread Lift work?
A thread lift, also known as face-lifting, is a minimally invasive aesthetic surgery. The way it works involves specifically designed multi-directional barbs evenly shared along the threads to uplift sagging tissues gently to suspend them through a special technique that allows the surgeon to realize a relaxed, fresh and yet natural appearance. Take for example that the thread is like steel and concrete, that lay a good foundation in building a house. The threads will support the drooping skin and restore natural contours of the face with a strong force under the skin. The thread dissolves after several months, but before then, they produce fibrosis which creates a new support scaffolding of collagen for the skin. A thread lift is used for the following improvements in the aging, sagging face and neck.
Face Lift / Neck Lift
Correction of Marionette lines
Reposition of sagging cheeks
Reduction of lip lines & lip shaping
Adjustment of facial and asymmetric brows
Why Choose a Thread Lift?
Besides restoring the natural facial contours, other advantages include skin color, new skin firmness, texture, and tone.
The following are the main advantages:
The procedure is safe, effective, requires no general anaesthesia, and has minimal downtime.
The redness of the skin or rough pores can be regenerated to elastic skin.
It stimulates epidermal growth factors and lightens the skin.
It removes spots and freckles.
It is reliable and does not react to rejection.
It can remove wrinkles immediately without side effects and can last for at least two years.
It is instant micro-plastic surgery that can be referred to as a lunch-time procedure. It involves no incisions, stitches, bruises, scars, or bandages. After the surgery, a majority of the patients can return to work and light exercise the following day. And within 1 to 2 weeks of post-treatment, they can do vigorous exercise.
Which Parts of Skin are Suitable for a Thread Lift?