Thread Procedures

Thread procedures (also known as thread lifts or thread rejuvenation) involve inserting fine, dissolvable threads under the skin to lift and tighten sagging skin and improve the overall appearance of the face and body. 

A thread lift is a non-surgical technique designed to elevate sagging, aging skin and promote collagen production, resulting in a more youthful appearance of the face or neck. Advanced practitioners utilize medical-grade threads placed underneath the skin to reposition the skin. These threads stimulate the body’s natural healing process, leading to an increase in collagen production. 

Compared to a traditional facelift, a thread lift offers subtle changes and is considered a non-invasive procedure. Often referred to as a “lunchtime facelift,” it is known for its quick application and minimal downtime.

THREAD PROCEDURES PRICING IN DALLAS

Thread Procedures:

Lifts, & Snatches

Neck Lift $1800

Face Lift $2200

Neck & Face Lift $2900

Brow Lift $1100

Fox Eyes $1100

Jaw Snatch $1100

Nose Lift $1800

Thread Rejuvenation Procedures

Face Rejuvenation (w/collagen building threads) $900

Neck Rejuvenation (w/collagen building threads) $900

Face & Neck Rejuvenation $1500

Chest Rejuvenation (w/collagen building threads & hyperdiltue Radiesse) $1,100

Tear Trough Rejuvenation $700 

Upper & Lower Eye Lid Rejuvenation $1200

thread lift promotion aesthetics concierge of texas

THREAD LIFT SPECIAL AT AESTHETICS CONCIERGE OF TEXAS

For a limited time only, we are offering $700 OFF for our Signature Face & Neck Thread Lift!

But wait… there’s more! 😮 🤩

For the best results, we are giving away 20 Units of Xeomin (Botolinum Toxin)… FOR FREE!

Included in the treatment:

✅ Consultation with an experienced Nurse Injector

✅ Face and Neck Thread Lift for ONLY $2,200 (Normal Price $2,900).

✅ Plus receive 20 units of Xeomin (botulinum toxin) for FREE! (Additional savings of $220)

🚨 Total savings of $920! 🚨

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN OUR THREAD LIFT SPECIAL

Watch Nurse Practitioner and Owner Natalie Ray explain everything you need to know about our Thread Lift Promotion.

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WHAT ARE THREAD PROCEDURES?

Cosmetic thread procedures, also known as thread lifting or thread rejuvenation, are non-surgical cosmetic procedures that use specialized threads to lift and contour sagging or aging skin. The threads are made of materials such as PDO (polydioxanone) or PLLA (polylactic acid), which are absorbable by the body and have been used safely in surgical sutures for many years.

During the procedure, the threads are inserted into the skin using a thin needle or cannula. Once inserted, the threads are gently pulled to lift and reposition the skin and superficial fat pads, providing a more youthful and lifted appearance. The threads also stimulate collagen production, which can further improve the skin’s texture and firmness over time.

Cosmetic thread procedures can be used to lift and contour areas such as the cheeks, jawline, brows, and neck. The procedure is minimally invasive and requires little to no downtime, making it a popular alternative to traditional surgical facelifts.

It’s important to note that cosmetic thread procedures should only be performed by a trained and experienced medical professional, as there are potential risks and complications associated with the procedure.

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TYPES OF THREAD PROCEDURES

Collagen stimulating threads and lifting threads are two different types of threads used in thread procedures, and they serve different purposes.

COLLAGEN STIMULATING THREADS

Collagen stimulating threads are designed to stimulate the production of collagen in the skin. These threads are made of materials such as polydioxanone (PDO) or polycaprolactone (PCL), which are biocompatible and dissolvable. When these threads are inserted into the skin, they create tiny injuries that trigger the body’s natural healing process, which includes the production of new collagen. As the threads dissolve over time, the collagen fibers remain in the skin, helping to improve skin texture, firmness, and elasticity.

LIFTING THREADS

Lifting threads, on the other hand, are designed to physically lift and support sagging skin. These threads are usually made of a material called polydiaxanone (PDO). When these threads are inserted into the skin, they provide an instant lift by repositioning and supporting the underlying tissue. Over time, the threads also stimulate the production of collagen, which helps to maintain the lifting effect even after the threads have dissolved.

So, while both collagen stimulating threads and lifting threads can improve the appearance of sagging skin, they work in different ways. Collagen stimulating threads improve skin quality by promoting collagen production, while lifting threads provide an immediate lifting effect and also stimulate collagen production over time. The choice between these two types of threads will depend on the specific needs and goals of each individual patient.

WHAT AREAS CAN I TREAT WITH THREADS?

Thread procedures can be used to treat a variety of areas on the face and body. Here are some common areas that can be treated with threads

PDO Threads for the Face

A cosmetic thread procedure offers mirror-like effects of the more invasive, surgical face-lift procedure without the added pain and hassle.

 

Forehead Lines

Brown Droop

Frown Lines

Crow’s Feet

Acne Scars

Bunny Lines

Smile Lines

Lip Lines

Marionette lines

Jowls

 

PDO Threads for the Body

Reduce the appearance of cellulite on the buttocks and thighs, give a slight lift to breasts and knees while minimizing sagging skin all over.

 

Upper arm

Breast Lift

Elbow

Tummy Tuck

Thigh Lift

Calf Lift

Décolleté

Cleavage

Armpit

Love Handles

Buttock Lift

Knee Lift

TYPES OF THREADS

There are several types of thread procedures used in cosmetic medicine. Here are some of the most common ones

PDO Threads

PDO (polydioxanone) threads are one of the most popular types of threads used in cosmetic procedures. They are made from a biocompatible, absorbable material that is commonly used in surgical sutures. PDO threads come in different types, such as smooth and barbed, and are used to lift and tighten sagging skin.

PLLA Threads

PLLA (polylactic acid) threads are another type of absorbable thread used in cosmetic procedures.

They stimulate collagen production and can provide long-lasting results. PLLA threads come in different types, such as smooth and barbed, and are used to lift and tighten sagging skin.

PCL Threads

PCL (polycaprolactone) threads are another type of absorbable thread used in cosmetic procedures.

They are thicker and more durable than PDO and PLLA threads and are used for lifting and contouring in areas such as the mid-face and jawline.

Silhouette Threads

Silhouette threads are a type of barbed thread that can provide immediate lift and contouring. They are made from a biocompatible material that is commonly used in surgical sutures. Silhouette threads are used to lift sagging skin in areas such as the cheeks, brows, and neck.

It’s important to note that the type of thread used will depend on the patient’s individual needs and the area being treated. A skilled and experienced medical professional can help determine the best type of thread and technique for each patient.

THREADS BENEFITS AESSTHETICS CONCIERGE OF TEXAS

BENEFITS OF THREADS

  • Non-surgical: Thread procedures are a non-surgical alternative to traditional facelift surgery. This means that there is little to no downtime, and patients can return to their normal activities almost immediately after the procedure.
  • Immediate and long-lasting results: Thread procedures can provide immediate lift and contouring to the treated area, and the results can last up to 12-18 months, depending on the type of thread used.
  • Minimally invasive: Thread procedures are minimally invasive, meaning that they require only small incisions or needle punctures to insert the threads. This can result in less scarring and a quicker recovery time.
  • Stimulates collagen production: Threads can stimulate collagen production in the treated area, which can further improve skin texture and firmness over time.
  • Customizable: Thread procedures are highly customizable, meaning that the threads can be placed in specific areas to address the patient’s unique concerns. This allows for a more personalized approach to facial rejuvenation.
  • Natural-looking results: Thread procedures can provide natural-looking results, without the stretched or over-pulled appearance that can occur with traditional facelift surgery.

THREAD PROCEDURES BEFORE AND AFTER

Here, we showcase real-life examples of the amazing transformations that can be achieved with this innovative cosmetic technique. Browse through our gallery of before and after photos to see the remarkable results that our patients have achieved with thread procedures. We hope that these photos inspire you and give you a better idea of what to expect from this exciting cosmetic treatment available at Aesthetics Concierge of Texas.

OUR THREAD PROVIDER: LES ENCRES THREADS

Les Encres’ superior cosmetic threads and accompanying advanced medical technology allow us to provide our patients with a more natural, youthful looking result than ever before. 

Les Encres Cosmetic Thread treatments are a less invasive alternative for rejuvenating and lifting the face, neck, and body. Results are achieved with considerably less downtime as well as decreased risks for complications and adverse reactions. 

At Aesthetics Concierge of Texas, we use Les Encres Threads for all our Thread Procedures.

THREAD PROCEDURES FAQ

In this FAQ section, we will answer some common questions about cosmetic thread lift procedures. Whether you’re considering a cosmetic thread lift or just curious about the procedure, this section will provide you with valuable information to help you make an informed decision. 

Please reach us at aestheticsconciergeoftexas@gmail.com if you cannot find an answer to your question.

How do PDO threads work?

Using a cannula to place barbed threads, I am able to lift superficial fat pads back up into their proper place, providing a nice “lift” to the face (improving “jowls” and “smile lines”) and to the neck (improving sagginess under the chin and defining the jawline). 

Does the Thread Lift procedure hurt?

I provide anaesthesia in the form of lidocaine injections at the entry sites and along the pathway of the cannulas, so you will feel pressure with the procedure, but not severe pain. The lidocaine injections do sting, but are typically well tolerated.

How long will results from a Thread Lift last?

Longevity of results can vary patient to patient, but typically results last about one year.  

How long does the Thread treatment take?

Including paperwork, numbing, and the procedure, it takes about one hour. 

What can I expect after the procedure?
  • You will have some swelling and bruising for up to a week, but typically patients immediately return to their normal routine. 
  • You will have tenderness for up to two weeks; you can take Tylenol and Ibuprofen to help with this. Icing as much as possible the first 48 hours helps minimize swelling, bruising, and discomfort.
  • You will need to avoid strenuous exercise (especially high impact activities) for 2-4 weeks, depending on how quickly you heal. 
  • You will need to avoid going to the dentist for two weeks after your procedure and avoid opening your mouth extremely wide for two weeks. 
  • Don’t plan any big social events for one week after your procedure.  

LEARN MORE ABOUT THREAD PROCEDURES

THREAD LIFT CONSULTATION

In this video we show what a thread lift consultation looks like at Aesthetics Concierge of Texas, provided by our Nurse Practitioner Natalie Ray.

THREAD LIFT MARKING

This is how our Nurse Practitioner Natalie Ray uses marking to map out the desire outcome of the Thread Lift.

THREAD LIFT PROCEDURE PART 1

In this video we show what a thread lift procedure looks like at Aesthetics Concierge of Texas, provided by our Nurse Practitioner Natalie Ray.

THREAD LIFT PROCEDURE PART 2

In this video we show what a thread lift procedure looks like at Aesthetics Concierge of Texas, provided by our Nurse Practitioner Natalie Ray.

COLLAGEN THREADS VS LIFTING THREADS
What’s the difference and where can we use each type.
LIFTING THREADS EDUCATION

What are lifting threads, how do they where and where do we use them for a Thread Lift.

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