APTOS Thread Lift


APTOS threads present an innovative approach to facelifts, focusing on lifting and tightening sagging skin while promoting skin rejuvenation. The procedure is minimally invasive, involving the placement of meso threads under the skin. This stimulates collagen production, facilitating effective skin lifting.

Procedure Overview

Lifting with APTOS threads is a minimally invasive technique utilising threads from the APTOS company. Local anaesthesia is administered during the process. Threads are inserted into the skin through a needle, eliminating the need for skin dissection and ensuring a more comfortable experience for the patient.

Upon insertion, the specialist manipulates the tissue by bending and fixing it optimally.

Preparation for the Procedure

Before undergoing APTOS thread lifting, patients must consult a cosmetologist. An allergy test is conducted following the consultation to determine any specific anaesthetic allergies. The procedure can commence 24 hours after the allergy test. Additionally, skin preparation through biorevitalisation is necessary before the lifting procedure.

When to Consider APTOS Thread Lifting

APTOS thread lifting is recommended when the skin exhibits prominent signs of ageing, including loose skin, wrinkles, and deformation of the facial oval due to soft tissue laxity.

Richter’s clinic offers the highest quality cosmetology skincare procedures in Tbilisi, such as filling/modelling with fillers, plasma lifting, facial peeling, deep cleansing of the face, etc.


How long does the result last?

The result of lifting with APTOS threads can last from several months to several years, depending on individual factors.

Is the procedure painful?

Local anaesthesia ensures a painless and comfortable experience during the procedure.

How long does it take to see results?

Results become noticeable a few weeks after the APTOS thread-lifting procedure.

What makes APTOS thread lifting different from standard lifting?

APTOS thread lifting is non-surgical and involves minimal invasion, distinguishing it from standard lifting procedures.