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Fine Thread Contouring (Thread Lift)

Thread lifting or Fine Thread Contour Therapy (FTC) is a popular technique that provides a subtle and natural looking face lift. It is a minimal invasive technique and causes minimal scarring and reduced down time.

Contour Threads are suitable for:

  • Lifting sagging eyebrows
  • Adjusting asymmetric or disproportionate eyebrows
  • Provide support for sagging cheeks
  • Lifting drooping soft tissue to the mid and lower face and neck
  • Smoothing premature skin aging

The Treatment

FTC therapy helps to lift sagging tissue, increases blood circulation and collagen induction. This, in turn, creates strengthens face and body contours and gives a glowing effect to the skin.

A Contour Thread Lift makes use of minute surgical sutures to lift and support the saggy regions of the face, brow and neck. The Contour threads contain tiny barbs that help to lift the soft tissues. First of all, the threads are inserted in place through a tiny incision by the surgeon. Then, the small barbs are slowly opened. This helps to lift and reposition the facial tissue into a vertical position. The end of the thread is cut and knotted, enabling it to retract underneath the skin. The threads then remain beneath the skin render it the adequate structure and support.

This procedure is generally performed under local anesthesia.

Recovery and Results

You should not rub your face and sleep on your back for at least 3 weeks following the procedure. Refrain from putting pressure on the face, and avoid opening your mouth excessively. You can resume your daily activities the very next day or. You may be able to resume your work in 2-3 days after the procedure.