LIFT ME UP WITH PDO THREADS!

PDO THREADS

Natural aging and sun exposure can alter your appearance, making you appear older than you are. The results of a facelift or dermal fillers are excellent at rejuvenating a person’s appearance; however, many clients may want to examine all of their options before choosing one. Those unwilling or unable to undergo plastic surgery may find that a PDO Thread Lift is the perfect alternative. PDO threads are more aggressive than dermal fillers. Tiny “threads” are placed beneath the skin, which lifts up sagging muscles and tissues to give you a younger appearance. After the treatment, the body will absorb these threads within six months.
The PDO thread lift procedure is non-surgical and does not require any downtime.

We can usually treat just about any area of the face with PDO thread lifting. These include:

  • The jawline
  • Smile and frown lines
  • Nose
  • Frown lines
  • Eyebrows
  • Jowls
  • Crow’s feet
  • Under-eye area

And more…

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What Is PDO Thread Lift?

PDO thread lifts utilize Polydioxanone (PDO) threads to tighten and tighten the skin on the face without surgery.

Who Are Suitable Candidates For A PDO Thread Lift?

Both Men and Women in their 30s and above who have mild to moderate sagging, wrinkles, and lines around the forehead, face, and neck are typically good candidates.

How Long Does A PDO Thread Lift Take?

It only takes only about 15 to 30 minutes to complete the thread lift treatment.

When Will I See Results From My PDO Thread Lift?

The full effects of the procedure are visible around three weeks after the procedure.

How Long Does A PDO Thread Lift Typically Last?

The effects of a PDO thread lift typically last 18 months or longer.

Will I Have Any Downtime?

You should not have any downtime and are free to continue with your normal activities after treatment.
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