Thread Face Lift

When it comes to thread facelift, there are many methods and types of threads available. The selection of threads is based on the individual and the specific area of concern.

The Ultra V Lift method, also known as the spiderweb aesthetic technique in recent years, is a new technology in skin rejuvenation. It has a completely different effect compared to traditional thread lifting methods.

This non-surgical facial and neck aesthetic procedure is based on the placement of PDO (polydioxanone) threads into very fine needles and inserting them into the sagging and loose areas of the skin. This process stimulates fibrosis formation under the skin, stimulates collagen production, and creates a type of adhesive and compressive effect. This mechanism causes the sagging skin to be lifted. There are no side effects, and the procedure is performed using local anesthetic creams.

The procedure is performed within 30-60 minutes depending on the treatment area. While the absorption of the threads normally takes 6-8 months, the stimulation of collagen synthesis lasts longer, resulting in a longevity of approximately 1.5-2 years. Microcirculation increases in the treated area, repair mechanisms are activated, and collagen production is stimulated. There is no recovery period similar to a facelift surgery. After the procedure, there are no restrictions on activities such as bathing, swimming, or sunbathing. The tightening and lifting effects on skin laxity become noticeable after 4-6 weeks.

It has a lifting effect on sagging in the face and neck. The application areas include the forehead, nose, cheeks, cheekbones, jawline, neck, nasolabial folds, glabella, eyebrows, and upper lip.