0
$0.00 0 items

No products in the cart.

Threadlift Singapore 2

[section label="Intro" bg="9627" bg_color="rgb(245, 244, 244)" padding="70px" class="oz-sec-top"]

[row h_align="center"]

[col span="7" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

WHAT IS OZ THREADLIFT?

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

A proprietary minimally-invasive, lunchtime face lift

[/ux_text]
[ux_text text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal"]

OZ threadlift is a minimally-invasive, lunchtime face lift using our proprietary medical-grade PCL (polycaprolactone) sutures to create a tighter, more youthful appearance. It corrects ageing by visibly lifting the sagging area(s).

In addition, the threads stimulate collagen and increase collagen production over time.

[/ux_text]

[/col]
[col span="2" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px"]

[ux_text class="oz-cm-txt oz-mob-hide"]

A face threadlift is currently the closest alternative to a surgical facelift but without the long downtime and risks.
[/ux_text]

[/col]

[/row]
[row class="oz-hide-desktop"]

[col span="3" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image id="9519"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image id="9518"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image id="9500"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image id="9517"]

[/col]

[/row]
[row class="oz-hide-desktop"]

[col span__sm="12"]

[ux_text class="oz-cm-txt"]

A face threadlift is currently the closest alternative to a surgical facelift but without the long downtime and risks.
[/ux_text]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section bg="9522" bg_size="original" padding="0px" height="800px" class="oz-bg-sec"]

[row h_align="center" class="oz-edited-row"]

[col span="7" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

WHAT KIND OF RESULTS CAN I EXPECT FROM OZ THREADLIFT?

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

Expect a significant lift from OZ Threadlift

[/ux_text]
[ux_text text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal"]

You can expect a significant lift from OZ threadlift with just 1-3 threads on each side of the face

[/ux_text]

[/col]
[col span="2" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px"]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section label="OZ Threadlift" bg="2095" bg_size="original" bg_color="rgb(245, 244, 244)" bg_overlay="rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.105)" bg_pos="50% 50%" padding="70px" border="0px 0px 0px 0px" border_margin="0 0px 0px 0px" border_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" class="oz-thread-sec"]

[row h_align="center"]

[col span="7" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

WHY OZ THREADLIFT INSTEAD OF OTHER THREADS?

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

OZ Threadlift lasts longer

[/ux_text]
[ux_text text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal"]

You can expect a significant lift from OZ threadlift with just 1-3 threads on each side of the face

[/ux_text]

[/col]
[col span="2" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]

[/row]
[row h_align="center" class="oz-edited-row"]

[col span__sm="12"]

[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9616" image_height="100%" image_width="10" text_pos="middle" text_align="left" class="oz-numbered oz-qw2 oz-qw3"]

[ux_text text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal oz-nt"]

OZ threads are made of PCL which is the longest lasting thread
material.

[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]
[ux_image id="9538" width="82" margin="0px 0px 0px 0px" class="oz-table-img"]

[/col]

[/row]
[row h_align="center" class="oz-edited-row"]

[col span__sm="12"]

[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9618" image_width="4" text_pos="middle" text_align="left" class="oz-numbered oz-qw2 oz-qw3"]

[ux_text text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal oz-nt"]

OZ Threads’ “barbs” or “hooks” are stronger, therefore the lift lasts
longer.
[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]
[row_inner v_align="middle"]

[col_inner span="5" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text class="oz-text-box"]

CUTTING THREAD

The suture can be damaged while creating barbs on the surface

[/ux_text]
[ux_text class="oz-text-box-light"]

MOLDED THREAD

Barbs are twice big as cutting thread while maintaining the thickness of suture

[/ux_text]

[/col_inner]
[col_inner span="6" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image id="9542" margin="0px 0px 0px 0px"]

[ux_image id="9543" margin="0px 0px 0px 0px"]

[/col_inner]

[/row_inner]
[ux_text class="oz-h5"]

MOLDED THREADS VS "CUTS" THREADS

[/ux_text]
[row_inner]

[col_inner span="6" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9636" image_width="3" class="oz-numbered oz-dots"]

[ux_text text_align="left"]

Stronger lifting power

If you magnify the threads, you can see the individual hooks that help to lift the facial tissue. The barbs of molded threads are bigger in size compared to cut threads and are therefore stronger.

[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]
[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9636" image_width="3" class="oz-numbered oz-dots"]

[ux_text text_align="left"]

High thread integrity

It is a relatively easier manufacturing process to produce cut threads. However, cutting the threads inherently weakens them (imagine cutting a string at the side – doing so would weaken it against weight). To produce molded threads, on the other hand, the material is heated and pressed on a thread mold – very much like pouring water into an ice tray and subsequently freezing them into the shapes of the mold. This consequently makes molded threads comparatively stronger than cut threads.

[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]

[/col_inner]
[col_inner span="6" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9636" image_width="3" class="oz-numbered oz-dots"]

[ux_text text_align="left"]

Resistance under pressure

The barbs of cut threads bend easily under pressure and degrade much faster than molded threads. In just 2-3 months, the cut thread degrades to almost a smooth mono-filament thread with no lifting power.

[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]
[ux_image id="9558" margin="0px 0px 0px 0px"]

[ux_text text_align="center" class="oz-smalling"]

Many patients have expressed that the lift initially seen in CUT threads do not last longer than 1-2 months.

[/ux_text]

[/col_inner]

[/row_inner]
[ux_image id="9559" class="oz-img-padding"]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section label="Types" bg="9566" bg_size="original" bg_color="rgb(245, 244, 244)" bg_overlay="rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.105)" bg_pos="50% 100%" padding="70px" border="0px 0px 0px 0px" border_margin="0 0px 0px 0px" border_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" class="oz-sec-2"]

[row h_align="center"]

[col span="7" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

CUT THREADS VS MOULDED THREADS VS ULTRASOUND MOULDED THREADS

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

Ultrasound-molded threads are a choice for threadlift

[/ux_text]
[ux_text text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal"]

Instead of heat, these threads are molded with ultrasound (which is a cold process). This process allegedly makes stronger molded threads

[/ux_text]
[ux_image id="9563" margin="0px 0px 0px 0px"]

[/col]
[col span="2" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section label="Types" bg_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" bg_overlay="rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.105)" padding="70px" border="0px 0px 0px 0px" border_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" class="oz-sec-3"]

[row h_align="center"]

[col span="5" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

OUR DOCTORS

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

More than 1,000 procedures in threads

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="1.25" text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal oz-rem"]

Contact us to schedule an appointment with our doctors

[/ux_text]

[/col]
[col span="4" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="4" span__sm="12"]

[button text="(+65) 6235 4534" icon="icon-phone" icon_pos="left" link="tel:(+65) 6235 4534" class="oz-btn"]

[button text="(+65) 9145 3745" link="https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=6591453745" target="_blank" class="oz-whatsapp oz-btn"]

[/col]
[col span="8" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image id="9572" margin="0px 0px 0px 0px" class="oz-overlapped-img"]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section label="Types" bg="2095" bg_size="original" bg_color="rgb(252, 240, 229)" bg_overlay="rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.105)" bg_pos="50% 50%" mask="arrow" padding="70px" border="31px 0px 0px 0px" border_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" class="oz-sec-4"]

[row h_align="center"]

[col span="7" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

WHY OZ THREADS ARE THE STRONGEST THREADS IN THE MARKET?

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

OZ Thread is the strongest and gives most drastic facelift

[/ux_text]

[/col]
[col span="2" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]

[/row]
[row h_align="center" class="oz-edited-row2"]

[col span="6" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9616" image_height="100%" image_width="10" text_pos="middle" text_align="left" class="oz-numbered oz-qw2"]

[ux_text text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal oz-nt"]

ULTRASOUND MOLDED which makes them inherently stronger. This is compared to weaker threads in the market that breaks easily and do not give a sustained lift.

[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]

[/col]
[col span="6" span__sm="12"]

[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9618" image_height="100%" image_width="10" text_pos="middle" text_align="left" class="oz-numbered oz-qw2"]

[ux_text text_align="left" class="oz-p-normal oz-nt"]

OZ threads are anchoring threads that offer the strongest face lift. Anchoring threads vs floating threads

[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]

[/col]

[/row]
[row h_align="center" class="oz-edited-row"]

[col span__sm="12"]

[ux_text text_align="center" class="oz-nt-normal"]

ANCHORING THREADS VS FLOATING THREADS

[/ux_text]
[row_inner v_align="middle"]

[col_inner span="6" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text class="oz-h5"]

ANCHOR THREADS (STRONGER LIFT)

[/ux_text]
[ux_image id="9580" margin="0px 0px 0px 0px"]

[ux_text class="oz-p-normal"]

Anchoring threads typically offer the strongest and most drastic facelift results because of its anchor point or fixation points. The lift also lasts longer because of the anchor point(s).

[/ux_text]

[/col_inner]
[col_inner span="6" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text class="oz-h5"]

FLOATING THREADS (WEAKER LIFT)

[/ux_text]
[ux_image id="9743" margin="0px 0px 0px 0px"]

[ux_text class="oz-p-normal"]

Floating threads do not have a fixation point or a suspension area to lift the facial tissues. Instead, they work by “bunging” the skin tissue together.

[/ux_text]

[/col_inner]

[/row_inner]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section label="Video section" bg="2095" bg_size="original" bg_color="rgb(241, 241, 241)" bg_overlay="rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.105)" bg_pos="50% 50%" padding="70px" border="0px 0px 0px 0px" border_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" video_mp4="https://ozheanzoey.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/OZ-THREAD-TENSION-TEST.mp4" class="oz-sec-vid"]

[row h_align="center" padding="60px 0px 0px 0px"]

[col span="6" span__sm="12" padding="0px 800px 0px 0px" margin="0px 40px 0px 0px"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

TENSION TEST ON OZ THREADS

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

OZ Thread can withstand up to 4.3 kg of increasing pressure

[/ux_text]
[ux_text class="oz-p-normal"]

Tension test on OZ threads show that it can withstand 4.3 kg of increasing pulling pressure. Which means just on thread can lift a large laptop without breakage

[/ux_text]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section label="Tabs" bg="2095" bg_size="original" bg_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" bg_overlay="rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.105)" bg_pos="50% 50%" padding="70px" border="31px 0px 0px 0px" border_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" class="oz-sec-tabs"]

[row h_align="center"]

[col span="8" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

WHAT CAN A FACE THREADLIFT CORRECT?

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

Threads increase collagen production in the treatment area that gives rejuvenation effect on skin

[/ux_text]

[/col]
[col span="1" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]

[/row]
[row]

[col span__sm="12"]

[tabgroup title="FACE THREAD LIFT APPLICATIONS" style="simple" nav_size="xlarge" class="oz-tabs"]

[tab title="JAWLINE LIFT"]

[ux_image id="9583" class="oz-tab-img"]

[/tab]
[tab title="Nasolabial Line Lift"]

[ux_image id="9747" class="oz-tab-img"]

[/tab]
[tab title="Jowl/marionette Line Lift"]

[ux_image id="9749" class="oz-tab-img"]

[/tab]
[tab title="Double chin/neck lift"]

[ux_image id="9750" class="oz-tab-img"]

[/tab]
[tab title="eyebrow lift"]

[ux_image id="9751" class="oz-tab-img"]

[/tab]

[/tabgroup]

[/col]

[/row]
[row]

[col span="3" span__sm="6"]

[ux_image_box img="9608" image_width="55" class="oz-pod"]

Minimally invasive procedure

[/ux_image_box]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="6"]

[ux_image_box img="9607" image_width="55" class="oz-pod"]

Restore facial volume loss

[/ux_image_box]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="6"]

[ux_image_box img="9606" image_width="55" class="oz-pod"]

Lasts up to 2 years

[/ux_image_box]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="6"]

[ux_image_box img="9605" image_width="55" class="oz-pod"]

No downtime

[/ux_image_box]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section label="KFDA" bg="2095" bg_size="original" bg_color="rgb(247, 246, 246)" bg_overlay="rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.105)" bg_pos="50% 50%" padding="70px" border="0px 0px 0px 0px" border_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" class="oz-sec-kfda"]

[row h_align="center"]

[col span="7" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

IS OZ THREADLIFT SAFE?

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

OZ Threadlift is safe and KFDA-certified

[/ux_text]

[/col]
[col span="2" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]
[col span="3" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px" class="oz-mob-hide"]

[/col]

[/row]
[row class="oz-mbd-row"]

[col span="6" span__sm="6"]

[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9616" image_height="100%" image_width="10" text_pos="middle" text_align="left" class="oz-numbered"]

[ux_text text_align="left"]

Proprietary needles

We carefully designed a special needle different from other needles typically used in most aesthetic procedures. Known as the “Conical Needle”, this needle is a cylindrical needle with a tip that is not too sharp, so it does not rupture the patient’s vessels or leave any bruising effect after the thread lift procedure.
[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]
[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9618" image_width="10" class="oz-numbered"]

[ux_text text_align="left"]

100% biodegradable

We use Double Fix-Pyramid threads, which are made of Polydioxanone and Polycaprolactone, both resorbable and biocompatible materials. These materials are widely used in orthopaedics, maxillofacial surgery, plastic surgery, drug delivery systems, cardiovascular applications and tissue engineering.
[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]

[/col]
[col span="6" span__sm="6"]

[ux_image_box style="vertical" img="9617" image_width="10" class="oz-numbered"]

[ux_text text_align="left"]

Beauty that’s safe and proven

OZ face thread is for those who embrace their beauty and prioritise their safety. Our face threads are recognised by the Korea Food & Drug Administration (KFDA) and passed ISO 13485.
[/ux_text]

[/ux_image_box]
[ux_image id="9619" image_size="medium" width="59" margin="-16px 0px 0px 0px" class="oz-img-9"]

[/col]

[/row]
[row class="oz-faq"]

[col span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

FAQ

[/ux_text]
[accordion auto_open="true"]

[accordion-item title="HOW MUCH DOES OZ THREAD LIFT COST?"]

[ux_text class="oz-p-normal"]

OZ Thread Lift starts from $1,500. In comparison to other threads that need 10/20/30 points, OZ threadlift requires just 1-3 threads on each side of the face to give a strong, distinct facelift. It is thus a much more cost effective solution.

[/ux_text]

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="WHY DOES OZ THREAD LIFT COST MORE THAN OTHER THREADS THAT ARE SELLING AT $500?"]

[ux_text class="oz-p-normal"]

OZ Threads are stronger, last longer, and have been proven to give higher patient satisfaction. Conversely, most $500 threadlifts use weaker, floating threads that do not offer a sustained facelift that last longer than 3 months.

[/ux_text]

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="ARE THERE ANY RISKS OR SIDE EFFECTS?"]

[ux_text class="oz-p-normal"]

Threadlifts are safe, minimally invasive procedures. However, depending on the doctor’s skills, some side effects such as bruising, swelling and dimples can occur. Previously when sharp needles were used, there was a risk of nerve injury if the thread was introduced into the wrong place. However, this risk has been minimised with the advent of slimmer more blunt non-cutting needles.

[/ux_text]

[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]
[section label="Bottom" bg="2095" bg_size="original" bg_color="rgb(252, 240, 229)" bg_overlay="rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.105)" bg_pos="50% 50%" padding="70px" border="0px 0px 0px 0px" border_color="rgb(255, 255, 255)" class="oz-sec-bot"]

[row v_align="middle" h_align="center" class="oz-btn-shadow"]

[col span="4" span__sm="12"]

[ux_text font_size="1.75" text_align="left" text_color="rgb(0, 0, 0)" class="oz-sm-title"]

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

[/ux_text]
[ux_text font_size="2.5" text_align="left" class="oz-bg-title"]

Have other questions?

[/ux_text]
[button text="(+65) 6235 4534" icon="icon-phone" icon_pos="left" link="tel:(+65) 6235 4534" class="oz-btn"]

[button text="(+65) 9145 3745" link="https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=6591453745" target="_blank" class="oz-whatsapp oz-btn"]

[/col]
[col span="4" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px"]

[ux_image id="9623" link="https://www.instagram.com/tv/ChbFZ3euIXc/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link" target="_blank" class="oz-mg-btm"]

[/col]
[col span="4" span__sm="12" margin="0px 0px -30px 0px"]

[ux_image id="9625" link="https://www.instagram.com/tv/ChbFZ3euIXc/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link" target="_blank"]

[/col]

[/row]

[/section]

Email: enquiries@ozheanzoey.com

Mon, Wed, Thu & Fri - 10:30 am to 7:30 pm

Tue - 10:30 am - 6:30 pm

Sat - 10:30 am - 4:30 pm

Sundays & Public Holidays - Closed

111 Somerset Road #04-10 TripleOne
Somerset Singapore 238164

©  All rights reserved

usermagnifiercross