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What are Thread Lifts?

In the past, when a person was suffering from drooping cheeks or jowls, the only way to deal with the problem was a face-lift. There were other treatment options that had a minimal effect such as skin resurfacing or injections. Yet, they could never achieve the same level of change as the scalpel. However, not everyone is ready, willing, or able to undergo a surgical procedure. Now, they don’t have to!

Non-Surgical Face-Lifts | Thread Lifts Fill the Gap

The gap between a noninvasive procedure and a surgical procedure has finally been bridged with the introduction of thread lifts such as NovaThread. This procedure uses temporary sutures to lift the skin and tighten it. The process also causes the body to produce extra collagen in order to heal the areas that have been treated. This response of amping up the collagen production also helps firm the face and reduce some of the signs of aging.

The Advantages of a Thread Lift

One of the biggest advantages of choosing a thread lift over a more traditional face-lift is the downtime. The healing process from a face-lift can require extra help and care for several days post procedure, and there is usually a substantial time off of work and other activities required. Plus, there is the fact that a face-lift requires heavy sedation, and the patient is unable to drive themselves home after the procedure. It may be difficult to fit this extensive of a procedure into a person’s schedule due to the extended healing time needed.

On the other hand, the thread lift is not nearly as intensive because it is a lot less invasive. There will be several days worth of healing, but they do not require missing days and days of work or activities. The patient simply needs to be cautious about rubbing the face or sleeping on the face. There is also care that needs to be taken such as keeping the area clean and moisturized. The risks involved with a thread lift are much lower, and there is almost no risk of scarring after the procedure.

Is a Thread Lift Right for You?

As you can see, a thread lift is a lot less invasive than a traditional face-lift. Yet, it offers dramatic results not found with other less invasive procedures. Younger patients, in their late 30s to mid-50s, are the best candidates for a thread lift. If you are considering having a face-lift in the near future, it may be beneficial to speak to your plastic surgeon about thread lifts. It may be a good option for you!

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