Silhouette Soft Thread Lift
Silhouette Soft has been referred to by different names over the years; “Mini-facelift”, “Puppet Lift” and the “No Knife Lift”, as it is simply the only proven thread lift treatment that clinically proven to produce Type 1 Collagen (that’s the good stuff!). As such what we see is a long lasting and natural lift of the face and neck where there is sagging skin.
The unique property of Silhouette Soft is that tied on the threads are small cones made of Poly-lactic Acid (PLA). The small cones act as anchors under the skin, allowing it to be lifted and re-positioned to a higher and more youthful looking position, with no visible evidence of their existence.
The natural bio-stimulation effect of Silhouette Soft means it produces natural collagen. This collagen acts as a further anchor holding the skin in position for up to 18 months and potentially beyond.
Not only was Dr Cormac one of the first to be selected to offer X-Lift Thread Lift, he is also a leading practitioner and trainer for Silhouette Threads.
X-Lift uses 10 threads in total and offers superior results to any other type of thread lifting treatment. With this in mind you can be assured that you will be getting the highest standard of treatment once you are in the treatment room.
The Silhouette Soft Thread Lift price is £1700, however if volumising is required the price is £2000
Questions Answered About Silhouette Soft Thread Lift
Is the Silhouette Soft Treatment Painful?
What will I look like immediately after the treatment?
Are the threads visible after the treatment?
What precautions do I have to take following Silhouette Soft Thread treatment?
How long before I see the full result?
Which areas can benefit from a Thread Lift?
What age is best for the Thread Lift?
Ideal candidates for Silhouette Soft would be those patients in their 30s or 40s who are beginning to experience loss of definition along the jaw, or are developing folds around the nose and mouth. A natural lifting of the tissues can be achieved without adding excessive volume with dermal fillers resulting in a “pillow” type look of the face.
Those in their 50s, 60s or above can also be good candidates for threads, as long as the patient is in good health good health and does not have severe laxity of the skin, commonly associated with heavy smoking and sun damage.
In instances where there is some loss volume or thin skin, it is advisable to correct this first using dermal fillers.This will be fully discussed at your consultation with Dr Cormac.