Face Thread Lift: What You Need To Know

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Face Thread Lift: What You Need To Know

At The Treatment Rooms London we have seen a clear increase in the popularity of having a face lift with PDO threads. As London’s premier clinic for thread lifts, we wanted to share why we think face thread lifts have become such an important treatment option in tackling the signs of ageing.

Why are PDO Thread Lifts so popular?

PDO threads are very similar in material to stitches, they can be placed under the skin using a small entry point to create an immediate face lift, but, the brilliance of the treatment is what happens next. As our body works to naturally break down the threads, it lays strong pillars of collagen in its place. Therefore, over the next six to eight weeks the threads are gone, leaving behind your body’s own collagen precisely located to create an increasingly popular long lasting and natural lifting effect.

“Will I look fake after a PDO Thread Lift?”

Our patients often tell us their friends and family have noticed that they “look brighter” or “well” but are not quite able to pin the reason as to why. From a Doctor’s point of view (and often the patient too) this is the perfect feedback! Thread face lifts are designed to be discrete, lifting sagging skin in the face, to create a natural, refreshed and rejuvenated look. Best of all, this is achieved without the need to add volume to the face.

“What if I want a more drastic face lift?”

It is important to remember that PDO Thread Lifts are a non-surgical option to having a face lift. If you wanted a more drastic result, a surgical face lift may be an option. However, undergoing surgical face lift is daunting. It is a costly procedure with many weeks of downtime and no guarantee that the end result will be satisfactory. Many of our patients consider thread face lift as the last resort prior to pursuing a surgical procedure and are often very pleased. Not to mention a post-procedure downtime kept at a minimum (approximately 1-2 days, maximum 5 days).

“They sound amazing but what is the catch?”

As with all medical procedures you must make sure you have had all your questions answered around complications and side effects prior to undergoing the procedure. At The Treatment Rooms London we make sure all our patients are clued up with their surgeon on the following points:

  1. A thread lift can only be expected to lift a certain amount of skin and tissue
  2. The result should last 2 years and beyond but may need repeat treatment in 18 months time
  3. Complications are rare and side effects can be managed but each should be discussed in detail alongside their management before undergoing the procedure
  4. Follow up is important- no surgeon can guarantee results so scheduling a routine review is paramount. This ensures a top up is performed if required.

At The Treatment Rooms We Love Performing Face Lifts

A face thread lift is one of the most popular treatments at The Treatment Rooms. It can be performed in 45-60 minutes. It is a simple, minimally invasive procedure and you can go back to work or your planned commitments the same day- hence why it is called the “lunchtime lift” or a “weekend lift”.

The patient in the picture above had 3 main areas treated.

  • Upper face lift (temples to nasolabial folds)
  • Mid face lift (just below the ears to mouth corners)
  • Jowl lift (along jawline to chin)

As part of the ageing process our bone structure and fat pads dissolve away, resulting in loss of volume and sagging skin. In this case we used deep dermal fillers on the side of the face to recreate some of that lost bone and fat, pairing it beautifully with thread lifts to lift the skin and flatten deep wrinkles, leaving our patient looking and feeling more youthful and rejuvenated.

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