Thread facelift is a cosmetic procedure that offers a minimal alternative to facelift surgery. Thread lifts tighten your skin by stretching your face with medical thread material.

Thread facelift has been used since the 1990s, but innovations in the materials used for thread facelifts have increased the popularity of the practice in recent years.

The person who is generally healthy and is just beginning to notice the signs of aging can benefit most from the effect of a thread lift.

Those who cannot undergo a surgical facelift due to medical conditions that make general anesthesia risky may consider a thread facelift as a safer alternative.

Areas where rope stretching is applied:

Chin and jawline
under the eyes
Thread lift is also used to lift and tighten the breasts, especially after pregnancy and weight loss.
After thread face lift

After a successful thread lift application, you can easily go to work.

The results are visible immediately after the threads are placed, but you may notice the results more later, as swelling and bruises may occur after the procedure.

After successful thread stretching, the effect usually lasts for 1 to 3 years. Like soluble dermal fillers such as Botox, the threads used in the procedure will be absorbed by the tissue under your skin over time.