A thread lift is a nonsurgical technique that lifts drooping, aged skin and promotes collagen formation, giving your face or neck the illusion of being younger. Thread lifts can be performed on either the face or the neck. Plastic surgeons will insert a thread made of medical-grade material under the patient’s skin and then pull the skin into the desired position. These threads stimulate the body’s natural healing response, which in turn causes an increase in collagen production.
A wide variety of materials and lengths are available for threads.
In contrast to a facelift, a thread lift is a technique that does not involve surgery and has more modest results. Because it is such a short surgery with very little recovery time, it is sometimes called a “lunchtime facelift.”
The thread lift process may differ slightly depending on your target area and your practitioners’ preferences. The fundamental method is typically the same.
You will be instructed to recline in the room where the treatment is being conducted. While your skin is prepared for operation, alcohol and a topical anesthetic will be administered. A small needle or cannula will insert the threads beneath your skin. Threading might take between 30 and 45 minutes.
The method of insertion will be deleted after the threads have been introduced. Under your skin, you may feel a faint pressure or tightness. After removing the needles, your operation will be over within a few minutes, and you will be free to go home or return to work.
A thread lift’s results are transient and often only last between one and three years. Your body will eventually absorb the strands as they disintegrate over time. You are free to undergo a second thread lift treatment if you are satisfied with the outcomes of the first one.
A thread lift is a technique that may be completed in a short amount of time with little risk and delay. It is a non-surgical face-lifting technique. Unfortunately, the effects are hardly noticeable and are just transitory. So, the value of a thread lift depends entirely on the specifics of your objectives and circumstances.