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PDO Threads

The Benefits of PDO Threads?

There are many benefits to undergoing a PDO thread lift. The procedure is a non-surgical treatment that allows for a natural, subtle enhancement of the face. It also has minimal recovery time, and it is relatively affordable.

A PDO thread lift can be used to:

  • Tighten and smooth the skin on the face

  • Reduce the appearance of wrinkles, including nasolabial folds

  • Skip the downtime associated with other procedures

  • Boost self-esteem

  • Achieve natural-looking results

  • Enhance other aesthetic treatments

How long do PDO Threads last?

The amount of time a PDO thread lift lasts will vary depending on the individual. The results are visible immediately after the procedure, but the full effect is not seen until about 9 to 12 months have passed. 

The skin will naturally begin to sag as the threads dissolve, but this can be stopped by reapplying the threads. If a second lift is desired, additional procedures can be completed to tighten the skin again.

What areas can a PDO Thread lift be used on?

A PDO thread lift is used to treat different areas of the body:

  • Lips

  • Nasolabial Folds

  • Eyelids

  • Neck

  • Chin

The best thing to do is schedule a consult and our providers can recommend the best treatment option for your skin goals.

What is Recovery Time like?

The downtime after the PDO thread lift is quite short: around two to three days. Like with all procedures, there may be some bruising, swelling, or mild tension in the threaded areas. Recovery from the treatment is minimal, and you're often able to return to work the very same day. 

Will I see the Results right away?

A PDO thread lift will offer significant results straight away, and you'll notice a tightening and lifting of the skin. However, it will take around two weeks for the collagen production to start to get going, and this is when you will see an improvement in the skin's tone, texture, and overall quality.

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