ABSORBABLE THREAD LIFTING
Absorbable lifting threads – it is a new way to regain a youthful facial appearance. Unlike a traditional facelift, these threads do not require scalpel during treatment and provide immediate effect. For even better results we recommend combination of threads with chin liposuction, which give a very natural look.
Gold Clinic use:
For whom is the procedure recommended?
We recommend this treatment to every woman and man who wants their skin on the face and neck to be more elastic and firmer. For the effects to be more satisfying we also recommend to combine it with lifting threads and liposuction to make face look slimmer.
- face lift
- forehead lift
- cheek lift
- skin hydration and elasticity improvement
How long does the procedure take?
The whole procedure takes about 60 minutes.
What is the course of treatment?
The procedure is minimally invasive. Threads are inserted under the skin in selected parts on the face and neck using a thin needle. When lifting threads are properly inserted and the right skin tone is obtained, new collagen is produced, which alters the shape of the face. The synthesis of new collagen, hyaluronic acid and elastin makes skin firmer and so the effect can last longer.
What are the effects?
rejuvenated, smoother, firmer skin
very natural looking skin
How long does the effect last for?
Lifting threads are absorbed in a period of 8-12 months. The degradation process produces molecules of low molecular weight, which stimulates the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid. This increases the hydration and elasticity of the skin making the lifting effect last for up to several years.
Delicate swelling may appear on face that might stay for 24 hours. Small bruising may appear.
no physical contact, i.e. no touching in the areas where threads were implanted and no quick facial movements for a period of 3-4 days
It is recommended to eat liquid or soft type of food
no make-up and cream application on face for a period of 3-4 days
- pregnancy, lactation
- uncontrolled diabetes
- tendency to the formation of keloids
- active infection in the area of surgery
- autoimmune diseases
- viral infections (herpes)