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Facial Rejuvenation with PDO Threads



PDO Threading (or Polydioxanone) is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure gaining popularity as a non-surgical alternative for a facelift. Many people like PDO threads for tightening, stimulating collagen production, and to improve facial appearance with minimal downtime.


Have you Heard of PDO Threading?

PDO threading involves the use of dissolvable PDO threads, which are synthetic absorbable sutures. These threads are strategically inserted into the skin to lift and tighten sagging or loose facial tissues.


PDO threads have been used in medicine for many years and are considered safe for cosmetic purposes. They have recently gained popularity in America due to social media, and are being widely used across the country to improve the appearance of the face.




How Does PDO Threading Work?

The procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia. The threads are inserted into the skin through tiny incisions made in inconspicuous areas of the face. Once inserted, the threads act as a support structure, lifting and repositioning sagging skin and tissues. This provides an immediate lift to the treated areas.



Let's Look at the Benefits

  1. Non-Surgical: PDO threading offers a non-surgical alternative to a traditional facelift, reducing the risks and downtime associated with surgery.

  2. Natural-Looking Results: The results of PDO threading are said to be more subtle and natural-looking compared to surgical facelifts.

  3. Stimulates Collagen Production: As the threads are absorbed by the body, they stimulate the production of collagen, which further improves skin texture and firmness over time.

  4. Minimal Downtime: Recovery time is relatively short, and most people can return to their normal activities within a few days.

  5. Versatility: PDO threading can be used to lift and rejuvenate various areas of the face, including the jawline, cheeks, and neck.




What Results can be Expected with PDO Threading?

The effects of PDO threading are not permanent, as the threads gradually dissolve over several months. However, the collagen production stimulated by the threads can continue to improve skin quality and maintain the results for up to a year or more.


The duration of a PDO thread procedure can vary depending on the area being treated and the complexity of the case. However, on average, a PDO thread procedure typically takes approximately 30 minutes to an hour to complete. (It may take longer if multiple areas are being treated or if additional procedures are combined with PDO threading for a comprehensive facial rejuvenation.)




Enjoying your New Look

After undergoing a PDO thread procedure, it's important to follow certain post-procedure protocols recommended by your medical professional to ensure optimal results and minimize the risk of complications.


PDO threading is generally considered safe, but as with any cosmetic procedure, there are potential risks and side effects, including bruising, swelling, infection, and the possibility of thread visibility or palpability. It's crucial to choose an experienced and qualified healthcare provider for the procedure.


A consultation with a qualified cosmetic specialist can help determine if PDO threading is the right option for achieving your desired facial rejuvenation results.


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