Enhance Your Youthful Appearance With EuroThreads.
Create instant results with EuroThread’s FDA approved superior Medical Device technology. This proven medical aesthetics treatment is not only the ultimate in luxurious cosmetic pampering; it provides superior results commonly associated with skin rejuvenation, lifting a, d contouring. Experience the EuroThreads difference.
Provides instant lift without general anesthesia, hospitalization or an extended recovery period. Provides an immediate boost to correct moderate to severe wrinkles and folds. Specific treatments are effective for multiple areas in both the face and body.
This minimally invasive, in-office procedure promotes your body’s natural collagen and elastin production. Due to the insertion of threads, blood flow and lymphatic circulation increases resulting in your body’s natural production of collagen and elastin.
Reduces the appearance of aging through thread insertion beneath the skin creating a “mesh or web” like pattern that acts as a support system while promoting collagen production. Results from the mesh technique are noticed after 4 to 6 weeks.
General Questions & Answers
How long has thread lifting been around?
Originally Contour threads received FDA approval in early 2006 which was quickly revoked due to the nature of the threads permanence. These threads were not “absorbable” and could not be removed once they were inserted. EuroThreads uses a biodegradable suture that has been FDA approved for decades in cardiovascular surgery. In 2015, the FDA approved the same suture for aesthetic treatments. Thread lifting can be used for treatments to the face, neck and body.
What are EuroThreads?
EuroThreads are individual biodegradable, surgical sutures that are pre-inserted into a needle or cannula.
What does PDO and PLLA mean?
PDO, Polydioxanone, is a colorless, crystalline, biodegradable polymer used to coat the suture. PLLA, Poly Latic Acid, is a colorless, crystalline, biodegradable polymer used to coat the suture
How does EuroThreads work?
A single thread is inserted into either a needle or a cannula during the manufacturing process and then sterilized. A single needle or cannula (thread) is individually inserted into the dermis and upon removal, the thread is left in place. Depending on thread type (Smooth, Twisted or Barbed) the thread is either left in place to promote collagen production or is pulled in an intended direction to produce an appearance commonly associated with lifting.