A facelift is regarded as more permanent – with results lasting for many years and the results are generally more dramatic and more people will notice a difference in appearance.

A facelift is significantly more expensive than a non-surgical thread lift.
The downsides? The risks and complications of a facelift surgical procedure are higher, there is more pain and weeks of recovery.

If you are unhappy with the results there’s not much you can do except “wear it” or have another invasive procedure, which is not always covered as part of the first surgical cost.

Thread lifts

A thread lift is not permanent, with the results lasting for 6-12 months, and results may last for longer if topped up by treatment that can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

The results are generally not as dramatic as a surgical facelift, and viewed as a more subtle approach for people seeking a less “noticeable look”.

A thread lift is considerably less expensive compared to a surgical procedure, there are no incisions involved, no general anaesthesia, minimal pain, minimal downtime and recovery.

A thread lift is a low-risk way to see what a more permanent procedure may look like.

Who is a suitable candidate for a thread lift?

A thread lift is a suitable option for individuals seeking to rejuvenate their skin. This well-tolerated procedure is ideal for people who desire a non-invasive, quick, and effective way to refresh and redefine their appearance.