Threadlifting2018-09-27T16:00:55+00:00

Threadlifting

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With this revolutionary new less invasive Threadlift procedure that involves minimal downtime, we can give a lift to the following areas:

  • Horizontal and vertical forehead wrinklesbody1
  • Forehead lift
  • Sagging eyebrows
  • Lower eyelid – bags under the eyes
  • Cheeks
  • Naso-labial folds
  • Marionette lines
  • Jaw line
  • Creased cheeksbody2
  • Wrinkles on the neck and cleavage
  • Stretch marks on the buttocks, belly, arms and legs
  • Insensitive subcutaneous tissue and skin (after liposuction treatments)
  • Obesity – arms, belly, ribs, thighs, buttocks

If  you choose not to have face lift surgery,  then a thread lift can be a very effective alternative. The final effect is tightening and lifting of sagging areas of tissue and skin.body3

PDO (Polydioxanone) thread is a thread with no cones, thus no damage to the tissue. This has been widely used in medicine as subcutaneous sutures, and thus it is very safe.

The threads stimulate the production of collagen and the skin becomes firmer, elastic and moisturised with the additional bonus of being a very simple, safe and almost painless procedure.

body6The threads dissolve themselves in a few months but the effect lasts longer than regular dermal filler. PDO threads can also improve the quality of skin.

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