Dermal fillers are a type of cosmetic treatment used to reduce the signs of ageing, such as static fine lines, wrinkles, and loss of facial volume. They are made of a gel-like substance, typically hyaluronic acid, which is injected under the skin to fill in wrinkles and add volume to areas that have lost their natural fullness.

The use of dermal fillers for anti-ageing is a popular option for people who want to achieve a more youthful appearance without undergoing invasive surgery. They can be used to treat a range of concerns, including:

Static lines and wrinkles: Dermal fillers can be used to fill in fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, mouth, and forehead.

Loss of facial volume: As we age, we lose volume in our face, leading to hollow cheeks, sunken eyes, and thinning lips. Dermal fillers can be used to restore this volume, giving the face a more youthful and vibrant appearance.

Scars: Dermal fillers can be used to fill in scars and make them less noticeable.

Contouring: Dermal fillers can also be used to contour the face, creating a more defined jawline, cheekbones, and chin.

Dermal fillers are generally considered safe when administered by a qualified and experienced practitioner. However, like all medical treatments, there are risks and potential side effects. These may include redness, swelling, and bruising.
It's important to have a detailed consultation to understand what can be corrected or not. They can help you determine if dermal fillers are the right option for you and recommend the best approach for achieving your desired results.
During the procedure, the threads are inserted under the skin using a needle or cannula. The threads have tiny barbs or cones that anchor them into the tissue and lift the skin when the threads are tightened. The procedure can be done under local anesthesia, and there is minimal downtime compared to traditional facelift surgery. The threads are then pulled tight, lifting the skin and creating a more defined facial contour. The threads also stimulate collagen production, which can further improve skin elasticity and firmness.

Thread lifts are commonly used to address sagging skin in the cheeks, jowls, and neck, but they can also be used to lift the brows and improve the appearance of nasolabial folds (smile lines) and marionette lines (lines around the mouth).

It is important to choose a qualified and experienced provider to perform the procedure and to follow all post-procedure instructions carefully to minimize the risk of complications.