iNeedle is a minor procedure to lift chin tissue for those who do not require a full face lift. New chin shape and angle can be seen immediately and the procedure can be completed in less than 1 hour.
iNeedle restores natural contours and creates volume for a more natural appearance. iNeedle may be used in combination with other procedures such as Laser Liposuction, liposuction and Thermage for an enhanced effect.
iNeedle procedures carry risks. It’s important to be aware of these risks so you are able to weigh up the benefits and limitations of the procedure. Below is a list of possible complications and specific risks for iNeedle. General risks and complications of surgery can be found here. There may be complications that are not listed here and some lifestyle factors and medical conditions can cause greater risks.
Risks of a thread lift procedure:
The iNeedle Chin Remodelling Solution:
Minimally invasive procedure
Takes about 1 hour
Results are evident immediately
Absorbable threads dissolve over time
Stimulates new collagen growth
Improvement will continue for one to two years
iNeedle is a minor procedure for tightening chin tissue. The procedure is a minimally invasive option carried out under local anaesthetic and can be completed within an hour.
This is a simple procedure that creates a lift structure with a single suture running from side to side under the chin and jaw. The resulting scaffold effect suspends any loose tissue and gives the lift effect. New chin shape and angle is immediately apparent. As the threads dissolve the lift effect continues over time to restore the neckline.
This technique is specifically designed to tighten tissue around neck region. The technique is ideal for persons who do not require a full-face lift but just need the lift effect to restore the neck-line and revitalise the neck appearance.
There are many patients who would benefit from the iNeedle procedure including:
The Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)’s updated guidelines for registered practitioners who advertise cosmetic surgery require visitors to our website to be 18 years old or over. Content on our website relates to surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures.