In the past, you could only hope to lift facial skin with surgery – but times have changed. The development of the thread lift made it possible to lift both skin and underlying facial tissue without scalpels, stitches, or long recovery time. At Skintegrity, we offer the most advanced, effective thread lifts in Bellevue, with results that are truly remarkable – natural, fresh, and youthful.
Will a thread lift look unnatural?
As with all treatments, it is the hands of the provider that makes all the difference in results. A thread lift, when performed with skill and integrity, will create a very natural look – not pulled or odd. We urge you to ensure your treatment is performed by a top aesthetic professional so you are thrilled with the results – at Skintegrity, you will look like yourself, just younger!
Does a thread lift hurt?
When performed correctly, a thread lift should not be painful to experience. At Skintegrity, we focus on patient comfort – there is no need to be concerned about pain!
What areas can be treated with a thread lift?
A thread lift can treat a range of facial areas, including:
- Sagging cheeks
- Laugh lines (nasolabial folds)
- Sagging neck skin
How long does a thread lift take?
A thread lift in Kirkland can be performed within an hour, with immediate results, and improvements in skin quality and firmness in the weeks ahead.
How long will the results of a thread lift last?
The results last about one to two years if you care for your skin correctly.
Will I look younger with a thread lift?
You can look five to ten years younger in just minutes.
Can I lift sagging jowls?
With a thread lift, you can restore youthful definition to your jawline, with sagging jowls lifted.
Does a thread lift work with older people?
If you have a larger quantity of sagging skin, you may get superior results with one of our combination treatments – skin tightening along with a thread lift. If you wish to learn more, contact our office today and schedule a consultation for arguably the best thread lift Bellevue has to offer.