Thread lift Price


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Question: Thread lift Price

I would like some information about thread lifts and the cost please.
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Dr Victoria Dobbie

DRVICTORIA Clinic

21st June 2021

Answer: Hello Rukhsanah

A thread lift is a nonsurgical facial rejuvenation procedure that passes threads beneath the surface of your skin, to lift the tissue. The threads have tiny barbs or cones that help grip the skin. When appropriately positioned, they give your face a more lifted, toned appearance, especially around the lower face and jowls.

As the threads are absorbed over the first six months, they also trigger a boost in your natural collagen production that can improve your skin’s firmness for up to a year.

The procedure is quick, with minimal downtime, especially compared to a surgical facelift. However, it is a minor surgical procedure and has some discomfort for a least a couple of weeks.

I have several years experience of thread lifts including training medical doctors for silhouette soft. I also use MINT PDO and APTOS threads so I select the most appropriate to give you the best result.

A personalised quote is given at consultation with prices starting

From £400 for nose or brow lift.
From £1200 for cheeks and jowls.
From £1500 for cheeks, jowls, and neck.

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Dr Victoria


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Medical Director David Gateley

Nakedhealth

21st June 2021

Answer: Good morning Rukhsanah

We recommend seeing Mr David Gateley for a consultation first, which is charged at £200. Please find info and prices regarding the thread lift via the website link in our profile.

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Jackie Knight

A New You

21st June 2021

Answer: Hello

Thank you for your enquiry

We ask that your first come into the clinic for a consultation to discuss the treatment and have an examination

We can then give you a price on the treatment

Our consultations are £35 , this does however get deducted from the cost of thye treatment if you proceed

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Janice


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Dr Ioannis Liakas

Vie Aesthetics

21st June 2021

Answer: Dear Rukhsanah

Thank you for the enquiry

As there are many types of threads in terms of structure, as well as consistency, it is unfortunately not possible to just give you “some information” on threads in general, as it might not be the appropriate information for your specific needs.
This is also why prices for threads differ and can start from £350, going up to over £2,000.
The best way forward for you would be to book a medical consultation to find out if you would be suitable for this procedure, and if yes, which type of threads we would recommend specifically for you.
You can book an appointment via my profile on consultingroom.
There we have descriptions of all the threads, as well as price lists
Best wishes
Dr. Ioannis Liakas
MSc, FRCP, BCAM


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Dr. Joanne McInerney

Cosmetic Skin Care

21st June 2021

Answer: Hello and thank you for your enquiry.

We do offer complimentary consultations to discuss our treatments. The price is £1700 for the first treatment and £1000 a month later for the second treatment .

Please do ask if you have any further questions.

Kind regards,

Claudia

Cosmetic Skin Care


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