Facial Thread Lift

A facial thread lift is a minimally invasive procedure where a doctor puts temporary stitches under the skin to pull it back to lift and tighten the face. These threads also stimulate the body's healing response and cause the body to produce more collagen in treated areas. It is cheaper than plastic surgery with much less recovery time. The targeted areas of a facial thread lift are the jawline, eyebrow line, under-eye area, forehead, and cheeks. However, facial thread lift can cause complications like skin texture changes, infections, and irritation.

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Can pulsed dye laser treatment affect a previous thread lift procedure?

Query: Hello doctor, I had an Aptos thread lift early this year. Recently, I had a VBeam laser treatment. Have I damaged my threads? I appreciate your help. Thank you.  Read Full »


Dr. Kuljyot Bajaj

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. How do you know if the threads have been damaged? When was the procedure done? Do you have any underlying medical conditions? Please elaborate on your concerns to guide you better. Thank you.   Read Full »

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