Thread Lift Vancouver

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Facelifts have been an intricate part of plastic surgery since their inception many years ago. As we progress through life, we are constantly battling the loss of fat volume and skin laxity.

Silhouette Silk™ Thread Lifts provide a minimally invasive procedure to help battle these signs of aging while giving you a more natural and holistic approach to a traditional facelift.

What Is Threadlift

A PDO thread lift is a non-surgical procedure that rejuvenates the facial area, adding volume to sunken areas, lifting sagging skin, and improving wrinkles.

Many doctors claim thread lifts are safer and produce less scarring than traditional facelift surgery. This thread-based procedure is quite popular because it can be done in the doctor’s office, over multiple visit times, with no general anesthesia required. 

Thread lift is a treatment that has thread-like instruments inserted underneath the skin to provide support for sagging tissues and boost collagen production. Silk thread is used in the procedure to restore volume to the face and reduce wrinkles.

These threads are placed in tiny incisions hidden within the hairline or behind the ear. This thread procedure is very safe, minimally invasive, and requires almost no downtime compared to traditional surgery.

Frequently thread lift is combined with a facelift or brow lift if there is significant impairment in the quality of your skin and elasticity.

What Are The Thread Lifts Benefits?

Silk thread lifts provide many long-lasting benefits including:

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Significant improvement in facial volume
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Diminishing of fine lines and wrinkles
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Minimal side effects such as swelling or bruising
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Quick recovery time, thread lift procedures are minimally invasive

PDO threads and thread lifting is Health Canada approved

How Does Thread Lift Work?

It works by inserting thread-like material into different areas of the face bringing back volume, lifting sagging facial skin, and improving wrinkles. The thread lift treatment is done using needles that are inserted under the skin.

Facelifts have been an intricate part of plastic surgery since their inception many years ago. As we progress through life, we are constantly battling the loss of fat volume and skin laxity.

Silhouette Silk™ Thread Lifts provide a minimally invasive procedure to help battle these signs of aging while giving you a more natural and holistic approach to a traditional facelift.

What is the Silhouette Silk™ Thread Lift?

Silhouette Silk™ Thread Lift AKA the Non-invasive Face Lift involves inserting specifically formulated sutures with cones into the fat layer of the skin, helping to restructure and reposition the fat deposits. This helps skin laxity and adds desirable contours to the face, without the use of traditionally invasive methods. The service is completed by a licensed medical professional in an average of 45 – 60 minutes under a topical numbing cream and involves minimal discomfort. This is a great approach to facelifts for those looking to avoid going under general anesthetic, and for those looking for a less permanent risk.

Silhouette Thread Lift Treatments at a Glance

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1 Treatment

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18-24 Months

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Topical Numbing

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1 Treatment

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18 - 24 months

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Topical Numbing

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Low to none

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Procedure Time

45 - 60 minutes

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Who Is Thread Lift Vancouver Ideal For?

The thread lift procedure was designed to give those who want a rejuvenated look without the downtime associated with traditional surgery. It is very ideal for patients who have lost volume due to age, or those who do not want to go through invasive surgery such as a facelift. Also works well for those who have just gone through pregnancy or weight loss. Thread Lift is a great alternative to more invasive procedures like the facelift.

– People who wish to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines

– Those with a sunken facial structure due to advanced age or genetics

– Individuals looking for a non-surgical thread lift Vancouver option

Treatable Areas

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Face (Nasolabial Fold)
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Sagging cheeks/jowls
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Jawline
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Drooping neck and double chin
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Crow's feet and fine lines around the eyes
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Forehead furrows and loose skin
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Creases under the eyebrows, forehead creases facial region (Marionette Lines)
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Lips and smile lines
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Sagging skin on the neck, loose neck muscles
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Loose upper chest skin above breasts

The thread lift is performed by a fully trained and registered physician in their office. Procedures are very similar to other cosmetic treatments such as Botox injections and dermal filler treatments and can be done on an outpatient basis or combined with other cosmetic treatments for greater impact.

Contact Everyoung Med skin clinic today for your consultation.

Thread Lift FAQ's

The incision site for a thread lift is in the hair follicle

No, thread lifts are considered a temporary rejuvenation solution that works to lift sagging skin and add volume.

Thread lift does not involve any cutting.

Most of our patients experience some minor discomfort during treatment due to the topical numbing cream that we apply before procedures. This is easily controlled with over-the-counter medication.

Typically patients will require only 1 thread lift session for best results. However, it may depend on your individual needs and goals.

After a thread lift, it’s advisable to avoid vigorous facial movements, excessive facial expressions, and sleeping face-down for a few days to allow the threads to settle and minimize the risk of complications.

The risks of Silhouette Soft thread lift may include temporary swelling, bruising, infection, or asymmetry, and serious complications are rare but can include thread visibility, migration, or skin irregularities.

The results of Silhouette Soft threads typically last around 12 to 18 months, as the threads gradually dissolve while stimulating collagen production for prolonged benefits.
The initial swelling and tension from a thread lift usually settle within a week or two, allowing the threads to integrate with the surrounding tissues for a more natural appearance.

Long-term complications of thread lifts may include the potential for thread visibility, migration, or unevenness in the skin, and discussing these risks with a qualified healthcare professional is crucial for informed decision-making.

The frequency of thread lifts depends on individual factors, but generally, multiple treatments can be safely done over time, with intervals of several months between sessions.
The number of Silhouette threads needed varies based on individual factors, such as the desired level of lift and the treatment area, and is determined during consultation with a qualified healthcare professional.

Yes, getting a thread lift annually is a common approach for maintenance, but the frequency may vary depending on individual factors and aesthetic goals, as determined in consultation with a qualified healthcare professional.

Results from thread lift procedures are typically visible immediately, with continued improvement as swelling subsides, and the full effect becomes apparent within a few weeks.

Silhouette Lift is a specific brand of thread lift, and the terms are often used interchangeably, but generally, “thread lift” refers to the broader category of procedures that use dissolvable threads to lift and tighten the skin.

Silhouette Soft threads are not meant to be removed, as they gradually dissolve over time, and any concerns related to the threads should be addressed by a qualified healthcare professional.
Silhouette Soft threads are made of biocompatible and biodegradable materials, specifically polylactic acid, which dissolves over time while stimulating collagen production for a lifting effect.
PDO (Polydioxanone) threads and Silhouette Soft threads are both types of thread lifts, but PDO threads are smooth and primarily stimulate collagen production, while Silhouette Soft threads have small cones along their length for an immediate lifting effect in addition to collagen stimulation.

Silhouette thread lift is designed to provide a non-surgical lifting effect by immediately repositioning sagging facial tissues and stimulating collagen production for longer-term improvements, but individual results may vary.

Silhouette threads work by lifting and repositioning sagging skin through the use of biodegradable threads with small cones, providing an immediate lifting effect while also stimulating collagen production for long-term skin rejuvenation.
The choice between PDO and Silhouette thread lift depends on individual preferences and treatment goals, as PDO threads primarily stimulate collagen, while Silhouette threads offer an immediate lifting effect along with collagen stimulation.
Yes, Silhouette InstaLift is a specific brand of thread lift, and the terms are often used interchangeably, both referring to procedures that use dissolvable threads to lift and tighten the skin.

Risks of Silhouette Soft thread lift may include temporary swelling, bruising, infection, asymmetry, and, although rare, more serious complications such as thread visibility, migration, or irregularities in the skin.

The purpose of a Silhouette is to provide a non-surgical facelift by lifting and repositioning sagging facial tissues using biodegradable threads with small cones, promoting an immediate lifting effect and stimulating collagen production for long-term skin rejuvenation.
Recovery time for a Silhouette lift is typically short, with most individuals able to resume normal activities within a few days, but avoiding strenuous exercise and certain facial movements for about two weeks is advisable.

The longevity of thread lifts can vary among individuals, but some threads, such as those made of polydioxanone (PDO) or polylactic acid in Silhouette Soft, are designed to provide longer-lasting results by promoting collagen production, typically lasting around 12 to 18 months or more.

While individual thread lift products may have FDA approval for specific uses, the term “thread lift” itself is not FDA-approved, and it’s essential to verify the approval status of the specific threads or techniques used in the procedure.
Yes, there are various types of thread lifts, including PDO (Polydioxanone) threads, Silhouette Soft threads, and others, each designed to address specific aesthetic concerns and provide lifting effects through dissolvable threads.
The choice between thread lift and Ultherapy depends on individual preferences and treatment goals, as thread lifts use dissolvable threads for immediate lifting, while Ultherapy employs focused ultrasound to stimulate collagen production and achieve a non-invasive skin tightening effect.
Silhouette InstaLift provides a long-lasting lifting effect, but the results are not permanent as the dissolvable threads gradually break down over time.

Silhouette Soft, a brand of thread lift, has received FDA clearance for specific aesthetic uses, and individuals should verify the approval status of the specific threads used with their healthcare provider.

The term “Silhouette” in Silhouette Soft likely refers to the procedure’s aim to enhance and redefine the contours of the face, providing a more defined and aesthetically pleasing silhouette.

Yes, getting a thread lift annually is a common approach for maintenance, but the frequency may vary depending on individual factors and aesthetic goals, as determined in consultation with a qualified healthcare professional.

Side effects of Silhouette Soft threads may include temporary swelling, bruising, infection, asymmetry, and, although rare, more serious complications such as thread visibility, migration, or irregularities in the skin.

An interesting fact about Silhouette is that the term “silhouette” originally referred to the profile likeness of Étienne de Silhouette, a French finance minister known for his frugality, and later evolved to describe an outline or shadow representation.

While some individuals may notice immediate improvements, the full effects of a thread lift typically become apparent within a few weeks as initial swelling subsides and the threads integrate with the surrounding tissues.

The number of threads needed for a lift depends on individual factors, including the treatment area and the desired level of lift, and is determined during consultation with a qualified healthcare professional.

It’s not uncommon to experience temporary lumps or irregularities after a thread lift, but these usually subside as the threads settle and integrate with the surrounding tissues.

Yes, skin may continue to improve after a thread lift as the dissolvable threads stimulate collagen production, contributing to ongoing skin rejuvenation and firmness.

Temporary dimpling or irregularities can occur after a thread lift, but they typically resolve as the threads settle and integrate with the surrounding tissues.

Long-term complications of thread lifts may include the potential for thread visibility, migration, or unevenness in the skin, and discussing these risks with a qualified healthcare professional is crucial for informed decision-making.

While rare, there is a potential risk of nerve damage with face threads, emphasizing the importance of skilled administration by a qualified healthcare professional to minimize such complications.

Silhouettes are effective in aesthetic procedures like Silhouette Soft thread lifts due to their unique design, providing an immediate lifting effect while stimulating collagen production for longer-term skin rejuvenation.

If you suspect your thread lift may have broken, experiencing asymmetry, loss of lift, or feeling an unusual sensation, it’s crucial to consult with your healthcare provider for a thorough examination and appropriate guidance.

You can typically resume eating solid food after a thread lift, but it’s advisable to wait until any post-procedure swelling or tenderness subsides and follow any specific instructions provided by your healthcare provider.

Complications of thread lifts may include temporary swelling, bruising, infection, asymmetry, and, although rare, more serious issues such as thread visibility, migration, or skin irregularities, emphasizing the importance of skilled administration and thorough consultation with a healthcare professional.

Initially, some individuals may feel the threads in their face after a thread lift, but this sensation tends to diminish as the threads settle and integrate with the surrounding tissues.

While rare, threads used in a thread lift can potentially shift or migrate, emphasizing the importance of proper placement and skilled administration by a qualified healthcare professional to minimize this risk.

The results of a thread lift may continue to improve over time as collagen stimulation enhances skin firmness and texture, contributing to a more refined and rejuvenated appearance.
If you experience persistent redness, swelling, warmth, or increased pain at the thread lift site, along with potential discharge or fever, it’s important to consult with your healthcare provider promptly to assess and address the possibility of infection.

Swelling after a thread lift can persist for a few days to a couple of weeks, varying among individuals, and typically resolves as the threads settle and the healing process progresses.

Exercising too soon after a thread lift may increase the risk of swelling, bruising, or displacement of threads, so it’s advisable to follow your healthcare provider’s recommendations and wait until you receive clearance before engaging in strenuous physical activity.

While sun exposure should be minimized immediately after a thread lift to avoid complications like hyperpigmentation or increased swelling, it’s advisable to follow your healthcare provider’s guidance and use sun protection when necessary.

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