What Is a No Surgery Facelift in Virginia?
Over time, thread lifts have increased in popularity. With proper skills, technique and in the right hands, they still are an innovative tool.
Dr. Nicole Hayre of Cosmetic Dermatology Center considers this as a lesser, non-invasive, or preliminary procedure prior to a surgical facelift.
The Thread Lift costs less and requires less downtime for many clients seeking a facelift in Virginia.
Thread Lift Virginia
Who is this for? Patients lose fat, muscle and bone. These are the key factors of structure loss in the face.
The areas of the face that are affected generally include the cheeks, dark circles around the eye, the mouth, jowls, and the neck. The result is extreme skin laxity, an older-looking face. Clients whom are younger, may experience cheek and brow ptosis.
This skin sagging is caused by weak muscles as we age. For these patients especially, a thread lift in Virginia may be a great alternative to a serious surgical procedure required to correct the variable of aging. Ideal candidates for thread lifts include people with minimal signs of aging.
These patients may require a small lift. Many clients who undergo our thread lift procedure are women between the ages of 35 and 45. Patients may choose a thread lift because they have begun to see more sagging of skin around the jaw, laxity and wrinkled skin in the mid-face.
Some patients see slight bags under the eyes or on the neck, these are great candidates. Older clients may undergo a thread lift prior to a more aggressive facelift procedure or after. Older patients can take advantage of additional support for the soft tissue area that was elevated in the facelift with our thread technology.
Many other thread lift clients include those who have had some relapse from a previous plastic surgery.
These could be patients that underwent a facelift or neck lift procedure. Many physicians combine thread lifts with other procedures, such as chin lifts, neck lifts and brow lifts, for a customized approach to facial rejuvenation. To be an ideal thread lift candidate, you should call and request a consultation.