Non-surgical Face Lift
Mermaid Beach Facial Threading
Are you looking for a way to fix sagging skin and the loss of volume in your face that’s developed over time? A non-invasive procedure known as facial threading is an excellent option to consider.
Facial threading offers longer-lasting results than injectables or dermal fillers, with many of our patients only needing a touch up every 18-24 months. It’s ideal for areas around the jawline, cheeks, eyebrows and neck tissue where other injectables may not be an option.
No surgery is required. If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional face lifts or invasive procedures, be sure to ask about facial threading.
What is Facial Threading?
Instead of an injected liquid, facial threading uses small, barbed threads that are placed about a millimetre under the skin. They’re left in place (although they dissolve after about nine months) and trigger collagen production in the skin around them, similar to the way micro-needling works.
During your procedure, we’ll use a numbing cream a half hour prior to the thread placement, followed by a local anaesthetic. While there may be some minimal swelling or bruising from the anaesthesia, facial threading requires little to no downtime.
As your dental provider, we’re well versed in handling the delicate skin around your mouth and face. Helping you look your best isn’t restricted to adjusting your teeth; it includes the frame around your smile as well!
Getting the Most Out of Your Procedure
To help your skin look its best after a facial threading treatment, we recommend following a dedicated skin care routine and combining your procedure with other dermal therapies, such as micro-needling and/or injectables.
Non-surgical face lift:
- Full lower face threads
PDO dissolvable threads placed through cheeks to lift jowls and nasolabial folds
- Eye brow lift
Threads placed above brows to create lift
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* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.