At present, the process of thread lift has transformed immensely, leading to diverse types of non-surgical facelift threading, which have very less chances of causing any sort of infection or side-effects. However, the traditional thread lift method comes along with a few risks and complications, such as:
– Swelling effect: Sometimes when the thread is pulled too tightly, then the treated areas swell up causing discomfort and pain.
– Infection: Even though chances are very scarce but still there are possibilities of getting an infection if the threads or equipment are not sterilized properly.
– Asymmetrical stitching: If the thread lifting is not done by an experienced cosmetic doctor, then at times, certain glitches may occur, resulting in asymmetrical facial features.
– Thread loss or breakage: The protruding end of the thread that is left after the suture, should be removed neatly, else it might create infection or granuloma. Also, the aesthetic physician must be careful while handling the thin thread, it should not break or else it might lead to infection.