Thread lifts are a relatively new development in aesthetic medicine, but the actual threads are well known and until recently were mainly used in precise surgery. One advantage of their use is the fact that they are not permanent. Unlike the threads used several years ago, these are absorbed after approx. 2 years. This is important for the patient’s appearance.

Thread lifts are a relatively new development in aesthetic medicine, but the actual threads are well known and until recently were mainly used in precise surgery. One advantage of their use is the fact that they are not permanent. Unlike the threads used several years ago, these are absorbed after approx. 2 years. This is important for the patient’s appearance.

Contraindications to the procedure:

  • pregnancy and breastfeeding,
  • cancer,
  • open wounds or skin lesions,
  • blood clotting disorders,
  • anticoagulant therapy.