How much does the Threadlift cost?
Cost of Threadlift?
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Cost of threadlift
Thread lifts use permanent sutures that are placed under the skin. The results are temporary because they do not access the prime issue with ageing: Descent of the structures that contain muscles (fascia). In a facelift, the main fascial system is elevated and sutured to another fascial system which provides longer-lasting results because this is the strength layer. Whereas, in the thread left only the skin is elevated and as we all know, skin is elastic and over time sags. The procedure can cost anywhere from $3-$6000 depending on your geographic locale. As I mentioned, the sutures are permanent and if placed to superficial can cause irritation to the skin. Good technique is always critical to the success of any surgical procedure. See a board certified plastic surgeon to assess what is best for you.
Anything you pay for a Threadlift will probably be too much
The more important question is: will you get enough benefit from a Threadlift to justify any amount of money spent on it? Unfortunately, the answer to this question will frequently be "no".
With a minimal benefit and potential risks from this procedure, your money might be better else spent elsewhere.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.
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