Thread Lift

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Created to address sagging cheeks and jaws, this lifting technique literally leaves the face with non-absorbable stitches. Like other surgical procedures, a thread lift can be painful and possibly complicated. LEARN MORE ›
Average Price: $2,725

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Thread lift on forehead was painful. Yes, it was an improvement on my upperlids and forehead lines. Thread and knots had memory ( can be seen ) I wear bangs so it is not obvious. A year later I asked about repulling them and was told the advertising was misleading and it would be best if... READ MORE

I had a threadlift performed April 2007. The threads were attached to surgical fabric which was stitched to my fascia muscle. The lift lasted approximately 4 weeks before my jowls proceeded to assume the downward position they were in prior to the lift. I have experienced swelling in the... READ MORE

The surgery went well, I thought the recovery went well. After about 2 month the entry site became infected and the actual line site and ending became inflamed. This was first noticed on the left side. A few weeks later, after antibiotics for left side, the right side did the same exact... READ MORE

I had threadlift done to the lower half of my face.This was 6 years after a face lift and upper and lower eyelid surgery just as a freshen up sort of thing. I have never heard anyone complain about my problem.At first it looked terrific.A little unconfortable with just locals but well worth the... READ MORE

I read about the Featherlift in a magazine. At the time there was no doctors that did in in my city, so I found a Dr in Chicago. I flew down to have the procedure. At the time they were still using the blue threads that did not anchor with stitches like they do now. I was completely... READ MORE

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