Thread facelift Procedure, Myths and Facts

Thread facelift Procedure, Myths and Facts

Thread facelift procedure in Delhi, also known as lunchtime facelift or non-surgical facelift, is a subtle facial rejuvenating treatment fusing threads to reduce sagging around the cheeks, jawline and neck and make the skin younger and beautiful.

This treatment has less risk than invasive surgical solutions, although in terms of expectation. This convenient alternative will not give you the results of the full surgical facelift.

This is a minimally-invasive treatment, that delivering rejuvenation without the pain and downtime of surgery. This procedure has less risk than invasive surgical solutions, although in terms of expectation.

This convenient alternative will not give you the results of the full surgical facelift treatment. A minimally non-invasive treatment delivering rejuvenation without the pain and downtime of surgery.

How does thread facelift work?

The thread is inserted and orientated to oppose the natural force of gravity which causes line creation, fine lines and skin weakness.

Depending on the area of treatment in Delhi a single thread may be inserted or maybe multiple threads.

Ultimately the aim is twofold: To create lift and volume in the skin, and increase collagen stimulation thereby improving tone and elasticity.

After a small local anaesthetic, the doctor inserts the thread under the skin to a depth of about 3 to 5 mm.

Through the top layer of the skin known as the epidermis, through the dermis, subcutaneous tissue, the collagen and stops just passed the fibroblasts.

It is then pushed beneath to the skin upwards to an exit point.  The thread is pulled taught at both ends so that the cones are bedded into the subcutaneous fat lifting the tissue upwards.

Threads have the benefit of offering joint actions: A skin lift effect for discreet results and, a regenerative effect by stimulating collagen for progressive and natural results.

What are the threads made of?

First of thread is Silhouette Soft, is made from polylactic acid. This polymer has been known and used in the medical field for many years.

The second type of thread is known as PDO, A material which has been used for many years in plastic surgery and other surgical procedures.

Made from a strong synthetic monofilament fibre consisting of one or two twisted strands, it dissolves in the tissue after the time.

Thread facelift Procedure, Myths and Facts

Are threads safe?

Both polylactic acid and polydioxanone are materials which are easily absorbed by the body with the time and have been used in surgery for many years.

Where can the threads be used?

Commonly threads are used on the brow, lower face, jowl and neck area however they can also be used in volume on arms, breasts, butt and inner thighs.

Can anybody have threads?

It is important for anybody considering a thread facelift to have a full consultation with our dermatologist in Delhi beforehand.

Threads are recommended for men and women of 30 years and over who are trying to combat effectively the signs of ageing it is also used for anti-ageing treatment and who do not want any heavy or invasive treatment but are looking for real and natural results.

Are all threads the same and designed to give face lifting?

There are a variety of thread sizes, with and without advantages and disadvantages. The basic concept is to create a tiny amount of new collagen around each thread which in turn increases volume, improves the skin tone, and increases elasticity. In combination, these three benefits result in thread uplift in Delhi.

What if I have sensitive skin?

Treatment in Delhi is suitable for all skin types. Nevertheless, the use of threads is not recommended if you are allergic or sensitive to biomaterials.

Does it hurt to have a thread facelift?

Patients describe the treatment as being pain-free because they receive a local anaesthetic at the first stage. This is often the only discomfort they will feel after this the treatment goes like no pain.

What preparation is needed before the treatment?

No special preparation is required before the treatment however we recommend that you discuss your expectations and any questions during the consultation with our doctor. We would also need to discuss and be informed of any medication you are currently taking.

How long does the procedure take?

The procedure is relatively quick. This is why it is known as the lunchtime facelift, however, realistically it can take 60 to 90 minutes including preparation and treatment.

Thread facelift Procedure, Myths and Facts

Are there any tips for post-treatment care?

As with any cosmetic treatment or procedure, some slight swelling, redness or bruising may occur but these disappear within days. Then there may be a slight wrinkling of the skin which disappears quickly after some time.

In the week following treatments, It is advisable not to carry out any contact sports and preferably to sleep on your back.

How long do the results last?

The results can be instant and long-last. Threads are absorbed within 3 to 6 months although the effects of treatment last for 2 to 3 years.

Will all treatments be the same?

Every face is unique with different needs. We may advise thread used in a matrix effect. In this scenario, the threads would not contain cones and barbs but would be inserted to criss-cross the skin.

You may simply require threads with cones or barbs for a lift in a specific area, or a combination of both.

Our skin specialist in Delhi will advise for optimum results, give you an idea of the outcome, advise you on price and the decision is up to you. The adorable clinic provides the best results with the best team call us on 097111 50928 to make an appointment.