you deserve to look how you feel

Thread Lift

Facelift using Threads

Thread lifts are ideal for a person (female or male) that has some initial facial aging, noted by the subtle or evident loosening of the facial tissue.
This procedure or Ultherapy is often useful for patients who have previously had a facelift but have a few residual loose or droopy areas, this procedure can ‘tidy up’ these areas.l
Aesthetica offers many options for Facial Rejuvenation, including the most comprehensive range of non-surgical procedures and combined therapies.

Aesthetica double chin treatments thread lift

Facial Rejuvenation

Your suitability for a facial thread lift procedure will be discussed with your Doctor. It is important the procedure options address your concerns as well as your aspirations.
Your skin condition is important as to whether a facial thread lift is the most suitable procedure for you.
You may well find out that your areas of concern can be sufficiently treated using our other non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatments such as Ultherapy treatments.
However, for some patients, a surgical facelift may be the only option.

How will I look and feel after my facial thread lift?

After your thread lift procedure, swelling and bruising may occur.
There is often some pain behind the ears,  (or where the threads are anchored), so painkillers should be used.
This usually settles after 24 hours.
There is no skin removed there is usually no scarring. The stitches reposition the skin, so there may be a slight pucker in front of the ear initially. This usually settles by itself.

How much does a thread lift cost?

Every case is different and every patient has their own specific requirements and expectations, therefore it is hard to give an exacting price for every procedure.
You are most welcome to book a no-obligation consultation with one of our Doctors where your concerns and aspirations will be discussed. They will make recommendations on whether a thread lift is the most suitable procedure for you.

Come On In

Ask a question

It is important to understand that any surgical, medical procedure or proven non-surgical treatment carries risks.
Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.