What can Eye ThreadLift do for you?
Tokyo Garden Clinic Pte Ltd.

The Eye Threadlift is a method of pinching the skin of the eyelid to form a crease and then sewing the crease in place using sutures. The benefits are that it is generally much quicker to perform than the other methods, and is significantly less invasive. In the case of patients who are unhappy with their results, it is also easier than the other methods to perform corrections. Because it is less invasive, there is also generally less swelling, and less chance of scarring.

Tokyo Garden Clinic Pte Ltd.
  • Visible and natural-looking double eyelids
  • Adjustable
  • No scars, no hassle
Eye ThreadLift:
Goodbye, Eyelid Tape!

Hello, Bigger Eyes!

Treatment Flow

The procedure typically requires about 15 minutes

Three tiny incisions will be made in each of your upper eyelids, with two medical threads carefully inserted into each one. Using a special technique, your doctor will then twist the threads about four to five times before tying them together. This helps to create a natural-looking crease in the upper eyelid to give it a double eyelid effect.

The lower part of the skin on the eyelid will be pulled back whenever the eyes are open, giving them a bigger and brighter appearance. Any scarring will be minimal and not permanent.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does the treatment hurt?

There will be little pain as there will be numbing done at the eyelid area to minimise discomfort.

Q: How is this different from other eyelid procedures?

As there are no cuts made, there is only minimal swelling and it will also recover faster as compared to surgical methods. There is also possibility for re-adjustment of the enhancement.

Q: Are there side effects?

Nope. You can get back to normal activities right after the procedure but it’s normal to have some swelling, redness and bruising. It will eventually subside within 1 – 2 weeks. If you have allergies, then the recovery period will be longer because of your hypersensitive immune system. Uneven eyelids is also commonly observed during the recovery period which is usually due to faster subsiding of the swelling in one eye compared to the other. The final shapes will be clearer after the recovery period is over.