PDO Threading

About

PDO Threading

PDO threading is a thread lift treatment that acts like a facelift without the surgery. This treatment works by lifting sagging and smoothing skin with PDO (polydioxanone) threads.

What is

PDO Threading

?

PDO threading uses sterile, absorbable PDO (polydioxanone) threads that are injected and absorbed into the skin. When administered, the threads are lifted up, which tightens the skin. As the threads absorb over time, they begin to build collagen and elastin through the body’s natural healing process.

Through a customized treatment plan, PDO threads are strategically placed in sagging areas of the face, such as the jawline, jowls, “marionette lines,” oral commissures, nasolabial folds, and cheeks.

Dermal fillers are also often paired with this treatment to volumize and complement the effects of thread lifts, while also providing a better scaffold under the skin when threads are applied.

PDO Threading

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How does it work?

What are the benefits of

PDO Threading

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What results are expected?

The treatment can take about 45 minutes to one hour, depending on the treatment area. Patients can expect to see results immediately.

PDO threads continue to absorb for about 4-6 months and can last up to 12-24 months. Multiple treatments are not needed.

Most patients experience minimal downtime for about 24-72 hours.

What is the service like?

The treatment can take about 45 minutes to one hour, depending on the treatment area. Patients can expect to see results immediately.

What to Expect Before, During, and After Surgery

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