I am considering to have a thread lift, but so far I don't see many good reviews from people who actually did. I wonder what is a major reason for that.
Considering Thread Lift But Wondering Why Its Received So Many Bad Reviews.
Doctor Answers (6)
Is a Threadlift even available anymore?
The Threadlift was an exciting new minimally invasive way to lift the facial tissues. It failed as a result of its cost and relative ineffectiveness with results being very short lived.
Threads must be precisely inserted to grab the correct amount of tissue for an adequate lift; multiple threads must be inserted as well. If performed properly a thread lift can provide a significant improvement. Although, not as long lasting as a corrective facelift.
Thread lift is a very poor device
The thread lift does not really work well at all. It lasts a few months usually and the threads are very expensive.
It cannot compare to surgery or even Botox.
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Thread Lift is not appropriate for most patients
While the Thread Lift (or Feather Lift) is conceptually a good idea, it is a procedure that will not produce satisfactory results on the vast majority of patients. I have seen good results in some patients, but for most people, the procedure simply cannot replicate the effects of surgery as it promised to do.
I doubt you will find a positive review on thread-lifts anywhere, because they simply don't work for longer than 6-8 weeks. The thread-lift is/ was the ultimate price to result mismatch.