PDO Threads

Rebuild the building blocks of the skin 

PDO Threading is a minimally invasive treatment that tightens sagging skin tissue and replaces lost volume by lifting and promoting collagen production.

3 Amazing Effects

During treatments, threads made of PDO (Polydioxanone) are introduced into the deeper layers of the skin. Once placed in the face, neck or body, these threads have 3 amazing effects on the skin:

  1. Instant skin lifting*
  2. Skin tightening by contracting fat tissue*
  3. Collagen stimulation, which promotes cellular renewal and improves your skin’s texture, fine lines, and elasticity*

Threads disappear through hydrolysis after six months. The lifted facial contours can remain for up to two years due to cellular rejuvenation effects.

PDO thread treatments are safe, and the side effects are generally very mild.

*Disclaimer: Individual results may vary; no guarantee of results

PDO Threading can help treat any of the following areas:

- Brow Lift
- Face Lift
- Neck Lift
- Under Eye
- Tummy Tuck

- Chest
- Turkey Neck
- Nasolabial Folds
- Cheek Lift
- Marionette Lines / Oral Commissure

- Smoker’s Lines
- Good botox add on for 11’s
- Lip border
- Horizontal forehead lines
- Neck lines

Cost: $10 per thread

PDO Thread FAQ's

Polydioxanone (PDO) threads are thinner-than-hair medical grade absorbable threads that lift and tighten sagging skin tissues. These threads are implanted into the subcutaneous layer of the skin using small needles or cannulas. Once the threads are inserted, the skin looks rejuvenated, filled and lifted.

This depends on the type of thread treatment and how large the area.

For example: Smooth threads for collagen building under eyes is about 20 minutes

The recovery time is quick. Most people who get this procedure done return to their normal activities after a day. Minor inflammation and bruising may occur in the first few days, but they usually resolve after a week.

The PDO threads dissolve after six to nine months, but their effects can last up to two years, thanks to the production of collagen.

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