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PDO facial threading is an effective way to lift and tighten sagging skin without the need for a surgical procedure. This minimally invasive treatment can rejuvenate nearly any area of the body using tiny surgical threads made of Polydioxanone, a thread with a well-documented safety record in surgery and wound closure.

During treatment, these threads are inserted into the skin using a micro-needle, tightening and lifting it while stimulating the body’s natural processes of healing and rejuvenation. When used in the face, these PDO threads sculpt a more defined silhouette, reduce facial roundness, and improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

What is a thread lift?

The non-surgical face lift threading is a minimally invasive alternative to a surgical facelift for tightening and lifting sagging skin around the face, neck and jawline. Facial threads are a synthetic and biocompatible suture that absorbs naturally into the body. They are similar to surgical sutures used to perform cardiac surgery. All sutures are FDA-approved and have proven to be one of the safest materials for use in aesthetic procedures. The skin will fully absorb threads within 4 to 6 months without forming scar tissue. PDO threads also helps to stimulate collagen growth adding firmness to the skin.

What areas can it lift?

A thread facial lift can be used to address loose, sagging skin on nearly any area of the body. Some of the most popular areas are:

  • Upper and lower cheeks

  • Nose

  • Jawline

  • Forehead

  • Brow

  • Neck

  • Arms

  • Abdomen

  • Thighs

What is the downtime of the treatment?

Unlike traditional facelift procedures, the thread face lift brings patients considerably less downtime and pain during both treatment and recovery. It is more affordable than a surgical facelift, while still allowing patients to achieve results that can last for two full years. Benefits and results include redistributed facial volume, restored youthful appearance, corrected face drooping and smoothing aging skin.


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