A cat eye thread lift is done with dissolvable threads placed under skin from the corners of your eyes and brow tails up into your hairline, giving you a diagonal lift that is the cat eye. It is done in the office using numbing cream or lidocaine to make the procedure more comfortable. Close Up of Dr. Sturm

How long does a cat eye thread lift last?

A cat eye thread lift lasts anywhere from a year to two years because the threads dissolve over time. The length of time that they last depends on the type of threads that are used during the procedure. Some threads dissolve slower than others. 

How much is a cat eye thread lift? 

The cost of a cat eye thread lift depends on the surgeon or practitioner who is performing the procedure, whether it’s done in a plastic surgeon’s office or at a med spa, and which geographical location the procedure is being performed. On average, the costs range from $2000, plus or minus, depending on the variables mentioned above.. 

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About Dr. Angela Sturm

Dr. Angela Sturm is a double-board certified facial plastic surgeon with certifications with the American Board of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and the American Board of Facial Plastic Surgery. Dr. Sturm’s meticulous nature makes for exceptional results and satisfied patients. Dr. Sturm was named Texas Monthly’s Super Doctors Rising Star in 2016-2017, Texas Monthly’s Super Doctor in 2018-2019, H Texas Magazine’s Top Doc in 2013-2018, Top Doc by Houstonia magazine in 2016-2018, Houston Business Journal’s People on the Move and 40 under 40, Blazing Star Award by Texas Women’s Chamber of Commerce, Top Women in Business, one of the Top 30 Influential Women of Houston, Best Female Cosmetic Surgeon in Out Smart, and given the Patients’ Choice Award, On Time Doctor Award and Compassionate Doctor Award by Vitals.com.

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