Small facelift (thread lift/threads)
A facelift or neck lift using barbed threads involves local anaesthesia in several locations, following an analysis of the problem areas, in order to insert the threads into the subcutaneous fatty tissue from there. The threads we use contain lactic acid (polylactic acid), which stimulates the reformation of connective tissue (collagen synthesis) in the region of the threads in addition to the direct lifting mechanism.
Unfortunately, this method is not recommended for older patients and in case of strong formation of wrinkles. The optimal age group for it is between 37 and 45 years.