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what is i-Thread?

The i-Thread is a kind of facelift, often referred to as a «lunch hour lift», because of the simplicity of the process and the short time required for its execution. Applied to improve sagging cheeks, face contour and the fallen eyebrows.

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The treatment is performed in the office and all that is required is a local anesthesia. There is a small incision behind the ear or behind the hairline and then fine absorbable yarns promoted along the contour that has preceded. Later, the body begins to produce new collagen, which surrounds each thread and this in turn creates an effective recovery. The process can be customized to meet the exact needs of the patient and ensure that you are perfectly happy with the result.


The result is immediately visible, it always seems very natural, giving a revitalized and fresh look. It lasts for at least six months.

A big advantage of this method is that it can be reversed if the patient is not happy with the result.

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Possible side effects

The i-Thread can cause mild side effects, such as bruising, swelling, soreness, numbness, which disappear in a few days. He leaves no scars. To speed up the healing process, the first 24-48 hours recommended use of ice in places with bumps and bruises. The recovery time is usually less than a week, but strenuous exercise should be avoided for 2-3 weeks.

Duration of treatment

Usually the process is completed in less than an hour. It depends, however, on the number of threads that the doctor will use and the areas in which they intervene.