Thread lifting is a minimally invasive cosmetic treatment that is used to improve the appearance of the skin and achieve rejuvenation of the skin. It is a technique in which special threads are inserted under the skin to lift and tighten the tissue. These threads trigger a natural healing reaction, during which collagen and elastin are produced. The result is a firmer, smoother and younger-looking skin.
Thread lifting treatment can be performed in several ways. There are several types of threads that can be used for different areas of the face or body. The threads can also have different lengths and thicknesses to achieve the desired results. The threads are inserted under the skin with a special needle, and then fixed in place.
Thread lifting has a number of benefits for the skin. These include:
Firmer and smoother skin: Lifting and tightening the fabric will make the skin firmer and smoother.
Reduction of wrinkles and fine lines: The production of collagen and elastin reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Improving Skin Texture: Thread lifting can help improve skin texture by making skin smoother and firmer.
Natural results: The results of thread lifting look natural and last a long time.
Reduced downtime: Compared to invasive treatments such as a facelift surgery, thread lifting has shorter downtime and does not require anesthesia.
Although thread lifting is a relatively safe treatment, there are some possible risks and side effects that should be taken into account. These include:
Swelling and redness: Treatment may cause temporary swelling and redness, especially immediately after treatment.
Infection: if the treatment is not carried out by an experienced professional, infection may occur.
Thread breakage or displacement: There is a possibility that the threads may break or shift.
Asymmetry: if the threads are not placed correctly, there may be asymmetry on the face.
Sensitivity: People with sensitive skin may be more sensitive to thread lifting than others.
It is important that you have a detailed consultation with an experienced professional before the treatment to discuss your needs and expectations and to make sure that you are a suitable candidate for the treatment.