Thread Lifting

For a long lasting youthful teint

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What is thread lifting?

What is thread lifting?

Thread lifting is a particularly gentle and soft method of facial rejuvenation with little downtime, because thread lifting does not require any surgical intervention. During the treatment, special surgical threads, which have been used in surgery for a long time, are inserted into the skin, where they connect with the subcutaneous tissue. This results in a gentle tightening of the subcutaneous tissue and the overlying skin. After a short period of time, the connective tissue tightens here (fibrosis). As a result, you will enjoy a youthful, fresh appearance.

What are the advantages of a thread lift?

What are the advantages of a thread lift?

Many patients experience a thread lift as more gentle and beneficial than other lifting treatments. What patients like most about thread lifting:

  • No visible scars
  • Fast recovery time and healing
  • Very short treatment time
  • Low pain treatment and low risk of inflammation
  • Immediately visible results
  • Less stress compared to conventional lifting treatments
How the treatment works

How the treatment works

A thread lift is performed under local anesthesia. In the process, so-called absorbent threads are inserted into the tissue. The connective tissue is strengthened around the threads and the skin is thus tightened. Before the treatment, we will discuss with you the type and number of threads used in lifiting. What is special and much more pleasant about thread lifting compared to other treatments is that this minimally invasive procedure leaves no wounds or scars and the results last for a long time.

Which body areas can be considered for a thread lift

Which body areas can be considered for a thread lift

Thanks to the variety of techniques and and types of threads, a thread lift can be performed on many areas of the body:

  • Forehead
  • Eyebrows
  • cheeks
  • chin
  • arch
  • neck
  • Décolleté
  • Inside arms
  • Hands
  • Knees
  • Inner thighs
  • Buttocks
  • Abdomen