How Much Does A Thread Lift Cost?
There are several factors that affect the cost of a thread lift.
- Your provider. The expertise and credentials of your provider will play a role in the cost of your thread lift.
- The cost of the living index where you live. The cost of living in your area will affect the cost of the goods and services that you purchase.
- The severity of your facial sagging. The amount of surgical thread you need will be determined by the amount of sagging that needs to be corrected.
With these factors in mind, the cost of a thread lift in the United States, according to RealSelf.com, ranges from $2000 to $4500. This is not a direct quote and the price you see at your provider may be higher or lower than these estimates.
Because this is a non-surgical procedure, general anesthesia will not be required and therefore you won’t incur the cost of expensive anesthesia nor pay an anesthesiologist. You will also be able to return to work immediately and not have to take paid or unpaid leave time. By choosing a thread lift, you are choosing great results at a fraction of the cost of a traditional facelift.
It is also important to note that thread lifts are considered elective cosmetic procedures and are not covered by insurance. The full cost of the treatment will be the responsibility of the patient. Financing and payment options can be discussed during your initial consultation.