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PDO Threads

Experience one of the most commonly performed skin lifting procedures globally for yourself.

What is a PDO Thread Lift Treatment?

The PDO Thread Lift treatment lifts and tightens sagging skin tissue, using threads made of Polydixanone (PDO). They are absorbable, antimicrobial filaments that integrate into the deeper layers of the skin. Thread lift procedures are non-invasive, temporary, and use hight quality products.

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The Details

Procedure Time:  50 minutes

Anesthesia:  Local anaesthetic

Recovery Time:  Soreness present for a few days, some

bruising and swelling can occur lasting up to two weeks.

Pain Level: None during the procedure,

minor during recovery. 

Number of Sessions Required: One every 8 to 12 months

until desired results are achieved.

Results: Immediate

Side Effects:  Minor pain, bruising, possible infection,

puckering, and/or visible threads.

Treatment not recommended if...pregnant or breast feeding, have had previously non-biodegradable material injected in the same area, have had facial implants.

Side profile of a PDO Thread Lift treatment before and after

PDO Thread Treatment Before & After

Front view of a woman's face, a before and after from a PDO Thread Lift treatment
Front view of a woman who had a PDO Thread Lift treatment, before and after
Side profile view of a woman who had a PDO Thread Lift treatment

PDO Threads Questions Answered

How long does a PDO Threadlift last?

It is used to replenish your body's collagen.

What do PDO Threads do?

No, it will stay where it is injected.

Can PDO Threads break?

The general formula is one vial per decade, starting at the age of 30; but it can vary person to person.

How many PDO Threads
do I need?

A biostimulator that contains micro particles of poli-L-lactic acid.

Can PDO Threads
be removed?

No, it's a biostimulator that stimulates your own collagen.

How long after PDO Threads can I get filler?

Components of Sculptra have been around since 1932 with very little side effects noted.

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