DURATION OF THE PROCEDURE
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF TREATMENTS
EFECT VISIBLE AFTER
The initial effects. is immediate, with the final result visible after 6 weeks
Is the thread treatment painful?
The procedure is virtually painless and does not require general anesthesia, as a local anesthetic is used. During the procedure, patients may only feel mild tension and pulling of the skin, but this is normal, and any discomfort quickly subsides.
How long will the effects of the procedure last?
The effects of the procedure last from 6 to 12 months. The procedure can be repeated, but usually not sooner than 6 months after the previous treatment.
Are there any complications after the procedure?
Common side effects include swelling, bruising, and discomfort at the sites where the threads were placed. Thread treatments are relatively safe and have a very low risk of complications.
THE EFFECTS OF THE PROCEDURE
improvement in skin firmness and elasticity;
face and body lift;
INDICATIONS FOR THE PROCEDURE
horizontal and vertical forehead wrinkles;
deep nasolabial folds;
deep lines below the corners of the mouth (so-called marionette lines);
skin sagging on the neck and décolletage;
intimate area revitalization;
loss of skin firmness;
breast firming and shaping
sagging tissues and stretch marks on buttocks, abdomen, arms, legs;
insensitive subcutaneous tissue and skin (after liposuction procedures);
obesity - arms, abdomen, ribs, thighs, buttocks;
it is necessary to limit facial expressions, avoid massaging the treated area, and intense physical exertion;
avoid sauna, tanning beds, and sun exposure;
do not apply makeup immediately after the procedure; it's best to do so the next day;
it is recommended to cleanse the skin with a disinfectant such as Octenisept for 24 hours after the procedure. Use regenerating creams that are neutral for the skin (without fruit acids, retinol, vitamin C, etc.) for skincare;
it is necessary to use high-protection SPF 50 UVB + UVA sunscreens every 2-3 hours;
in case of bruising, it is recommended to use Hirudoid or Arnica cream
pregnancy and breastfeeding;
active herpes infection;
medications that increase blood clotting;
What are threads?
Threads are a revolutionary, minimally invasive invention of the 21st century that instantly rejuvenate one's appearance. They provide an excellent alternative to facelifts and body lifts. In aesthetic medicine, threads are successfully used to eliminate wrinkles, lines, and folds. They can also address sagging and loose skin in areas such as the lower face, neck, décolletage, and abdomen. They work wonders for improving breast firmness and can eliminate sagging and stretch marks on the buttocks and thighs. Threads can even be used for a non-surgical nose correction. Threads inserted into the subcutaneous tissue stimulate the production of hyaluronic acid, a compound found throughout the body with a water-binding capacity (one hyaluronic acid molecule can bind up to 250 water molecules!). This results in significantly more hydrated and smoother skin. After inserting threads under the skin, they act as a scaffolding that provides a lifting effect and firms the skin. Skin tension and firmness improve, making it noticeably rejuvenated. Threads also stimulate collagen and elastin synthesis, which makes the skin more elastic and resilient. Treatments using threads are a quick and safe way to halt the skin's aging processes. An essential advantage is the absence of the need for a scalpel, meaning no incisions or scars. Threads are entirely absorbed by the body, and by stimulating the production of new collagen fibers, the skin maintains a fresh and youthful appearance. The results are immediately noticeable and long-lasting. There are several variations of thread procedures, with four primary types being distinguished.
The specialists at the clinic will select the appropriate type of threads according to the patient's needs. The use of lifting threads is recommended, especially for individuals aged 30 to 65, who want to rejuvenate their skin without the need for invasive surgical procedures.
How to prepare for the procedure?
The procedure does not require any special preparation by the patient. The skin to be treated should be clean and free from inflammation.
How does the procedure work?
Thread procedures are safe and virtually painless. The only discomfort is associated with the skin punctures. In the first stage, the practitioner marks the strategic areas where the threads will be inserted. Local anesthesia is then applied. The next stage of the procedure involves placing the threads in the dermal layer using special needles or cannulas integrated with the thread. The duration of the procedure depends on the body area where the threads are applied, the patient's initial condition, and the desired final effect. Patients usually notice the initial results almost immediately, observing a noticeable improvement in skin tension. However, the final effect typically becomes fully visible after about six weeks. Patients appreciate this procedure because it doesn't require an anesthesiologist's care or hospitalization. There is also no need for a recovery period, as patients can almost immediately return to their daily activities. The only inconveniences that may occur immediately after the procedure include facial discomfort, mild swelling, and skin bruising, which typically resolve on their own within two weeks after the procedure.