Katie Price’s face thread lift has been a hot topic recently. Having already used Botox® and Dermal Fillers to help rejuvenate her face, she was looking for a better result and she chose to have thread lift treatment. At The Treatment Rooms in London we have already written about what you should be considering when looking to have a thread lift. And in this blog we wanted to expand on the potential treatments that can be provided when you look to rejuvenate your face. We also reflect on how Katie Price has responded to treatments so far.
If you are looking for facial rejuvenation or a face lift, The Treatment Rooms’ Doctors are able to guide you through the different ways of achieving this. Together with simple skin care regimens all the way up to non-invasive methods of achieving a refreshed look we will make sure you are fully informed on all treatments available to you.
At The Treatment Rooms, our Aesthetic Doctors are able to achieve rejuvenation using Botox®, Dermal Fillers or Thread lifts. They can be used in isolation or in combination.
What is the difference between Botox®, Dermal Fillers and Thread Lifts?
Using Botox® we can perform a mini upper face and neck lift. Using dermal fillers strategically placed in the face we can achieve a subtle, natural face lift. With PDO threads we are able to pull up skin and fat tissue to treat areas of sagging. Together they can make a powerful trio of treatments!
Each treatment can have amazing results but they need to be chosen carefully to suit your needs. Botox® and Dermal fillers can only give you a certain amount of a lift which lasts 6- 12 months. If your face has aged significantly, perhaps these treatments won’t quite meet your expectations. On the other hand, for those looking for a subtle lift, they work very well!
So when should you consider a thread lift?
A thread lift is great at pulling up sagging skin and fat. If your jawline has lost its shape and contour from a sagging jowl then a thread lift can help redefine your jaw. Other areas of the face that can be lifted include your eyebrows and cheeks.
Katie Price’s face thread lift aimed to create a similar lift. Using a rule of thumb, a PDO thread lift is able to achieve around 1cm lift in skin and tissue. If you wanted less then your Doctor can tailor your treatment. If you wanted more lift, PDO threads in combination with dermal filler can work well. Should you decide you wanted a drastic face lift then a surgical face lift may be the option for you. However be warned, the downtime can be long with a surgical face lift.
When should you not consider a thread lift?
You should always talk with your Doctor or thread lift specialist prior to having the treatment. If you haven’t had your questions answered then think twice about proceeding with a thread lift. Our Doctors at The Treatment Rooms make sure they go through all your questions thoroughly before planning treatment. Taking time out to think about the procedure is also important as it gives you space to reflect on whether a thread lift is in your best interests. Katie Price has, by her admission, had a number of cosmetic surgeries and continues to strive for more. At The Treatment Rooms, we are hoping she fully considers the available treatments on offer to her and weighs up the pros and cons of each with her Doctors.
If you wanted accurate advice on what can be achieved with a face lift and whether it is the right procedure for you- book in to see a Doctor. Our Medical Aesthetic Doctors at The Treatment Rooms London are happy to see and assess your concerns. Click here to contact us today!