Spider Web Thread Lift

Thread lift is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that lifts and tightens sagging skin on the face and neck using threads. The threads used are made of  polydioxanone (PDO), which is a type of biodegradable suture material commonly used in surgical procedures. The combined usage of smooth and cogged threads are the pillar of the spiderweb technique developed by Doctor B. 

During the procedure, the threads are inserted into the skin using a fine needle. The cogged threads are then gently pulled and lifted to lift and tighten the skin, providing a natural-looking lift and improvement in facial contour. The smoother threads are weved under the skin to provide supportive and increase the collagen production.

Thread lift is a safe and effective procedure that can be used to address a variety of cosmetic concerns, including sagging cheeks, jowls,  eyebrows, submental area, inner thighs, arms, and neck. The procedure requires little downtime, and the results are long-lasting (from 6 to 24 months).

One of the benefits of thread lift is that it stimulates the body’s natural collagen production, which helps to improve skin elasticity and firmness. The results of thread lift are typically visible immediately and can continue to improve over time as collagen production is stimulated.

Thread lift is a great option for anyone looking to improve the appearance of sagging skin on the face and neck without undergoing more invasive surgical procedures. It is a safe, effective, and minimally invasive option that can provide natural-looking results.