Face Lift With PDO Threads

Face Lift With PDO Threads in Derby

Face Lift With PDO Threads

PDO Threads (polydioxanone) is a strong biodegradable synthetic fiber, consisting of one or two twisted, solid fibers that dissolve in the tissue over time.

The presence of PDO thread in the skin rejuvenates and stimulates the production of new collagen, improves firmness and elasticity of the skin for a long time

New and innovative techniques of PDO thread lifting allows to achieve non-surgical face lift with less than 45 minutes and minimum down time.

PDO can be divided into 3 categories

1. PDO mono threads.
The structure of the thread is smooth which allows to achieve a skin rejuvenation and production of a new collagen fibres

2. PDO cog threads.
These types of threads attach into your skin like small fish hooks, to create a face lift, jowl lift and foxy eye effect.

3. PDO mono screw
threads. Known also as tornado threads have a twisted structure which thickens the skin and creates volume.

Face Lift With PDO Threads FAQ

How do the threads work?

Depending on the result that we want to achieve, the aesthetic practitioner will choose the right type of thread and insert it into the subcutaneous layer of the skin. Thread than will dissolve up to 6 months and will be replaced with a collagen

Who is the treatment suitable for?

Treatment is suitable for anyone from age 30 to 65 years old that want to improve firmness of the skin or for people looking for a face lift or foxy eyes effect

Does thread lift hurt?

No, the treatment doesn’t hurt at all. Before the procedure the treatment area is numbed with lidocaine injections. You might experience a mild headache after the treatment.

Is thread lift safe?

Threads are biodegradable and dissolve over a time. Inserted correctly, treatment is perfectly safe.

What is the downtime after thread lift?

Depending on a thread type the downtime can vary from 24h up to two weeks

How can I prepare for the treatment?

Do not drink alcohol or take any blood thinners 48h before the procedure

What are the side effects of thread lift?

Common side effects include mild swelling, bruising, headache, sensitivity in the area.