Guide to Thread Lift

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Thread lift is a procedure that will lift saggy facial tissue off the cheek and lower face using fine surgical threads. This procedure is designed to reverse the effects of gravity and age on the face and will give a refreshed appearance. As we age, the tissue in our face start to sag, and a this procedure will reverse this trend. Thread lift is actually a non invasive option, and the more invasive option will be face lift.

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In fact, thread lift is fast gaining popularity as more people are taking on this procedure option. Of course, there are also other alternatives to face lift.

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Who is suitable for this procedure?

Thread lift is suitable for people who have a small degree of sagging that will need a moderate amount of tightening. In this case, this procedure is more suited to younger patients who do not need the full cosmetic surgery procedure. However, if you usually suffer from keloid scarring, you may not be so suitable for this procedure.

What is the procedure like?

This procedure is done under local anesthesia with minimal discomfort. There are two different types of threads used – barbed threads to provide lift and smooth threads that will need to be attached to the face or scalp.

These are made of different materials, and they are usually well tolerated by the body. Small punctures are made in the skin and the sutures are inserted; barbed threads just attach themselves to the underside of the skin and then lift the skin into the desired position, whereas smooth threads will be inserted into the skin before being anchored into place.

Post operative Care

Since thread lift is a minimally invasive surgery with no cutting, recovery is fast with little downtime. Bruising is common at the treated areas, and the area may be swollen for a few days.

Patients may feel that the cheeks are tight for a few days. Patients are encouraged not to forcibly stretch the treated area. Vigorous massage of the cheeks or chewing are to be avoided and patients should not put pressure on the cheeks for the first two weeks after the procedure.

How long does this procedure last?

This procedure is a minimally invasive procedure that will deliver a conventional facelift-type results without the need for cutting or surgery. This will allow for a quicker recovery, which is one of the key advantage of this technique.

As tissues have not been excised, excess tissues remains and sagging may occur over an extended period of time. Typically the sagging may recur after one to two years. When this happens, a touch up thread lift can be done and the procedures repeated to maintain the desired results of the procedure.

How can I find a Doctor in Singapore that performs Thread Lift?

If you are looking for a doctor to undergo thread lift, you can locate here a Thread Lift Singapore doctor.

For other procedures, you can find a Singapore cosmetic doctor.

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