What Is a Thread Facelift?
A thread facelift is a convenient, less invasive alternative to traditional facelifts, designed for people experiencing early signs of aging, such as minor facial sagging. This innovative facelift procedure can be performed in just one or two hours, often without anesthesia. During a thread facelift, the cosmetic surgeon inserts thin threads into the face through tiny incisions made in the targeted area. These threads attach to the skin tissue and are then pulled back to lift and smooth the face. Almost immediately, treated areas will be raised slightly, eliminating sagging and giving patients a rejuvenated appearance. Because patients usually remain fully conscious during the procedure, they can approve the look of their thread lift while the surgeon works. Once the threads are knotted, they become hidden within the skin itself, and any scarring that results will be virtually invisible.
Contour Thread Lift
A Contour Thread Lift is a type of thread facelift that uses unique Contour Thread. Made of clear polypropylene, the threads are non absorbable and are guided along previously designated contour lines, improving precision. Inserted through small incisions made above the hairline, the barb-covered threads tighten and lift sagging skin for a more youthful-looking appearance.
Best Candidate For Face Lift
- The best candidates for a thread face lift surgery are in their 30s to 60s and have relatively good skin tone.
- If you are beginning to experience sagging in their face or neck but do not have excessively loose skin or drooping facial areas that might require more rigorous face lift surgery.
- If signs of aging are relatively minimal, a thread lift may be a good way to make cosmetic enhancements while avoiding facelift.
Post Procedure Care
- Maintaining a healthy, stable weight is important as significant weight fluctuations can cause skin to stretch out again.
- You should also adopt a consistent, quality skin care regimen to keep your skin healthy and protected from unnecessary aging.