Thread Lifting – Are You Suitable?


Thread lifting originated 20 years ago when gold threads were used to lift the face and stimulate the collagen of the skin. Popular in Asia where women pride themselves for looking their best as they age, they were looking for more long term solutions to maintain their youthful features.

This form of rejuvenation is based on the body’s natural healing process using traditional thread-lift philosophy in western medicine together with “threads-embedding therapy” in Oriental acupuncture therapy to control and improve tissue stimulation and muscle contraction. There is a progressive recovery of natural collagen which helps keep the facial contours balanced, smooth and defined.

Thread lift treatment uses a series of filaments positioned at specific areas of the face to lift the eye brows, lift sagging skin over the cheeks, reduce nasolabial and marionette lines, define the jawline, reducing the roundness of the face and reduce double chins. Strategic placement of the filament just underneath the skin in the direction of youthful vectors also help stimulate collagen and firm the skin.

So are you suitable?

In this week’s video, I share with you a simple test which you can do yourself to see if the treatment would be suitable for you.

I look forward to hearing from you and hope you enjoy the videos!

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Comments (2)

  1. almira

    yr such an inspiration

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  2. Angela Markopoyloy

    Dr Terry thanks for your highly informative videos. Y OU are so eloquent and sweet. I just wanted to ask you whether it is better to have pdo threads for the jowls and marionette lines or dermal fillers, or is it better to use them in combination?Thanking you in advance

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