PDO THREADS ( offer only in our New Hampshire location)
Skin rejuvenation from the natural wound healing process
PDO Threads Lift is an innovative procedure to rejuvenate and regenerate the skin. Consisting in the use of Polidioxanone which is a potent synthetic fiber that dissolves in a certain time in the tissue. It is a minimal invasive procedure.
Polidioxanone is a material that has been used in medicine for many years to assist with wound healing. Polidioxanone stimulates the tissue neocolagenesis process which causes the skin to produce collagen (the protein responsible for the tension and firmness) in addition it stimulates the fibroblast skin cells to produce elastin (the protein responsible for skin elasticity).
The needle is inserted to the subcutaneous layer of the skin, and when the needle taken out, the threads remain, implanted in the skin. Insertion of dozens of needles to the deeper layer of the skin with absorbable threads activates their natural regenerative process and mechanical stimulation of wound healing and tissue contraction.
Who is a good candidate for PDO Threads?
The best candidate for PDO Threads are men and women who are beginning to experience the appearance of wrinkles on the forehead, sagging of the mid–face and lower face/neck areas.
Which areas are most effectively treated by PDO Threads?
For the body, we have seen the most visible results with arms, thighs and abdomen correction. For the face, this would be the nasolabial fold, jaw line and neck.
Can PDO be used alongside other aesthetic procedures?
The benefits of PDO Threads are best when combined with other therapies, to deliver the optimal result. This includes PRP, Dermal fillers and Botox.
How long do the results usually last for?
It varies depending on the patent‘s age at the time, degree of sagging and number of threads used. The result of a single procedure normally lasts for at least 10 months, but 2 further treatments could extend the result to approximately 2 years.
Are there any side effects?
PDO is a very safe procedure and complications are extremely rare. Minor complications may include swelling and bruising. Patients may feel slight tightness or a pulling sensation immediately following the treatment but this diminishes over a relatively short period of time.
Who should perform the PDO Treatment?
Only trained professionals who have attended the full PDO training course are certificated to perform this procedure.