— Thread lifting

Thread lifting is a discreet lifting of the cheeks and chin part of the face performed as an outpatient procedure, lasting up to 30 minutes. Long threads, with very small hooks at their ends, are drawn into the subcutaneous tissue of the cheek and are fixed to the scalp.
Another thread lifting procedure involves the placement of several very thin threads under the skin in a Chris-Cross technique. As a result, the skin’s volume and elasticity is improved and connective tissues are stimulated with the formation of new collagen.