Thread Lift Treatment at Skinpase Clinic

What is a thread lift?

A thread lift, also known as a “lunchtime lift,” uses easily absorbed, barbed stitches to give the neck and face a firmer, more rejuvenated aesthetic appeal.In order to create healthier, tighter skin, this minimally invasive process stimulates the skin’s collagen production. The tissues that are enclosed by the barbed sutures can also be manually lifted.

What a thread lift can treat

  • Early loosening of the facial structures
  • Jowls
  • Drooping eyebrows
  • Neck skin that has prematurely loosened

How do Thread Lifts Work?

Although there are several methods and thread varieties, they all operate on the same fundamental idea. Through tiny, discrete entry holes no bigger than the size of a surgical needle, absorbable polydioxanone (PDO) sutures are carefully positioned under the tissue. The threads effectively suspend the skin up by adhering to drooping or loose skin. This offers a quick, modest elevation. Furthermore, the threads cause the tissues in the immediate vicinity to go into a healing reaction, which jumpstarts the formation of collagen. Patients will develop new collagen in the thread-treated areas over the course of 6 to 12 months. Collagen is essential for maintaining the structure and support necessary to keep the skin looking tight and beautiful.

Who is eligible for a thread lift?

Both men and women who desire to lessen the look of lines and premature jowls on the face can benefit from a thread lift treatment. Since this process softly pulls the skin taut, it can also lessen the look of drooping skin.

Furthermore, it offers quick results without the downtime or scarring associated with surgical facelift operations. A thread lift could be the best technique for you if you are seeking tighter skin with results that look natural. Your cosmetic surgeon will determine if you are a match for a thread lift during a consultation by looking at your anatomy and discussing your goals.