Let them Notice Medical Spa
Non-Surgical Facelift in Toronto
- Improve Facial Sagging and Laxity Quicker
- Tighten & Firm Facial Contours
- Look Snatched & Lifted
- Less Invasive Than Surgical Facelift
- Performed by Nurse Practitioner
Find Out More on Thread-Lift Toronto | Non-Surgical Facelift
Do you feel your skin is not as firm or supported as it once was? Are you concerned about facial sagging or laxity and want a lift that dermal fillers aren’t achieving?
Thread-lifts provide a safe and convenient approach to traditional surgical facelifts.
At one time, the only effective way to lift the sagging contours of the face was with a surgical facelift. While surgical facelifts are a highly effective method for facial rejuvenation, this invasive technique also comes with a high price tag and downtime. Thankfully, with advancements in aesthetic medicine, thread-lifts are designed to be a safer and less invasive alternative to skin laxity or sagging compared to a surgical facelift. Our clinic focuses on providing an exceptional experience, tailed to your unique needs without paying a high price tag. With unparalleled attention to detail, our PDO thread lift procedure will address your concerns of laxity and will tighten and lift areas of concern.
How Does a Thread- Lift Procedure Work?
Thread lift procedure restores a youthful “V- shape” to your face. Thread lifts are absorbable, medical-grade sutures that are discretely threaded through the skin to lift and reposition skin and tissue in place. These sutures attach to the skin and tissue to lift and smooth the face. These threads are similar to the threads used during cardiovascular surgeries, and the body typically absorbs them within 12 months. At Let Them Notice, our team in Toronto performs thread-lifts cosmetically to enhance the appearance of nasolabial folds, neck, jawline, and eyebrows. We use thread-lifts in conjunction with other services, such as dermal fillers and botox, and provide customized packages to help achieve your aesthetic goals. Look snatched and lifted with us!
What to Expect During a Thread-Lift Procedure?
Thread-lift procedures are performed in outpatient clinics such as office settings. At Let Them Notice your procedure will be performed by our nurse practitioner in our Toronto clinic. Absorbable sutures are carefully placed into your skin to lift the skin and enhance natural contours. By choosing PDO threads you can delay a surgical procedure and enjoy subdermal tissue enhancement.
When Will I See Results & When Can I Return Back to Everyday Activities?
Results are immediate with a thread-lift procedure and there is no set downtime. You can expect some degree of redness, swelling, tenderness, or bruising during or post-thread-lift which should resolve after 2 -3 days. The procedure will take 1 hour to perform. More people experience initial results shortly after treatment, and results improve as your body produces new collagen and elastin to allow for a long-lasting anti-anting effect with little to no downtime. Absorbable thread can last up to 12 months.
Why Choose a Non- Surgical Thread-Lift over Surgical Facelift?
After a surgical facelift, you can expect to be heavily bandaged for approximately one week. The bruising and swelling can last up to 2-3 weeks. Without complications, you can expect to return to regular activities after 6 weeks. Compared to a surgical facelift, a non-surgical thread lift is a safe alternative with minimal to no downtime. This procedure is less invasive with immediate results.
Who is a Good Candidate for a Thread-Lift Procedure?
Typical candidates range between the ages of 25-55 with minor facial sagging in the upper and lower face. This treatment helps to soften the nasolabial folds and marionette lines and provides a lift to combat gravity with aging. The best way to determine if you are a good candidate is to book a complimentary consultation with our nurse practitioner who can explore options and design a unique treatment plan for you. We look forward to helping you look and feel your best!
Deposit is required at time of booking for the procedure.