Modern threading with PDO (Polydioxanone) Suture material are used to lift sagging skin & to improve acne scars & fine wrinkles.
PDO Threads provides the skin with a fresh, well rested and firmer look whilst supporting new collagen formation for long lasting results.
PDO (Polydioxanone) provides a non-surgical procedure that lifts and rejuvenate skin with very little down time. The procedure has been around for many years it involves the use of 2nd generation threads that are injected into the skin much like facial fillers.
A thread lift is a type of procedure wherein temporary sutures are used to produce a subtle but visible “lift” in the skin. Instead of removing the patient’s loose facial skin surgically, the cosmetic surgeon simply suspends it by stitching up portions of it.
It is a 15-45 minute procedure depending on the number of threads used, the various thread lengths, diameter and shape give a wide range of addressing wrinkles of the skin anywhere on the face and body.
The PDO threading procedure involves using various lengths of thin acupuncture sterile needles to embed PDO dissolving threads deep underneath the surface of the skin. These wires are placed strategically into the dermis, where it acts as a frame for lifting and tightening loose and sagging skin. The material from which these threads are made, Polydioxanone, is a safe substance that keeps the skin in its new tightened state for 4-6 months, PDO can be used in areas of the face and the body to restore elasticity by creating new collagen that lifts and restores your skin.
This treatment can be used on the face, but also in various areas of the body where the main objective is creating a lift, rather than restoring volume.
The PDO thread lift is very versatile, allowing practically all areas of the face to be treated, including the: