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Thresd lift or Non Surgical Surgery

Q. What is Thread lift" Surgery?

The Thread Lift is a minimally invasive, safe and effective non-surgical procedure that offers that offers subtle, natural-looking facelift-like results. This nonsurgical technique is preferably used to:
  • Lift sagging eyebrows
  • Adjust asymmetric brows
  • Reposition sagging cheeks(Prominent nasolabial folds and jawls)
  • Lift drooping soft tissues of the mid and lower face
  • Smooth out premature wrinkling

Q. How is the procedure performed?

In a thread lift, barbed sutures (threads) are used to lift sagging eyebrows and eyelids, deep nasolabial folds (those furrows between your nose and the corners of your mouth) or aging neck tissues. Your surgeon would use a thin needle to insert the sutures under the facial tissues. The barbs on one end of the thread grab and lift the sagging skin, and the teeth on the other end anchor the skin to the underlying facial tissues.

Q. What is the difference between traditional face lift and D Liftos/Contour?

Face lift surgery involves extensive cutting of tissues with attended risk and hospitalization. It will leave behind fine scars which may not be acceptable to the patients.
The THREAD LIFT technique in contrast is very simple to perform can be done under local anaesthesia with no downtime and it also provides equivalent result.

Q.What is the recovery time for the threadlift procedure?

You can go home immediately following the procedure. Pain and discomfort are very minimal with the ThreadLift procedure . In most cases, ice compresses are recommended for the first 24-48 hours. Depending upon your job and your tolerance for some minor bruising and swelling, you may be able to return to work in 2-3 days following the procedure. The recovery time for the threadlift is less than one week. During that period you should not rub the face, or eat foods which require a lot of chewing. ThreadLift results vary between three to five years or more, depending on your age, the degree of sagging and the number of threads used.