PDO Threads can effectively and quickly tighten loose and sagging skin on practically any part of your body: face, arms, torso, thigh. Because inserting threads is a quick, minimally-invasive procedure, you can return to normal activities immediately.
How many of us have stood in front of a mirror, placed our palms on our cheeks, and mushed them out and upward, tightening the skin on our neck and chin? Then we admire our profile, turning to and fro. We see our formerly double chin disappear temporarily, and we smile.
Well, we can’t go shopping with our hands on our face, so what are we going to do?
The best mini facelift I know uses PDO Threads to pull facial skin upward like that. Your skin’s healing response builds new collagen around the threads, which eventually are absorbed. Threads hold your face in position as you heal.
And you can return to gazing at your new profile in the mirror, no hands!
The incisionless mini-facelift, and more…
Your first thought when hearing “PDO threads” may be “the incisionless mini-facelift.” Used for the face, neck, and jawline, PDO threads is a spectacularly good procedure.
Think beyond your face! By implanting fine, absorbable polydioxanone threads (like those used in medical suturing) into the subcutaneous layer of the skin using small needles, PDO Threads encourage controlled healing under the skin, lifting and tightening sagging skin tissues by inducing collagen production.
Creating a mesh under the skin using smooth threads makes a foundation for new collagen production, tightening the skin naturally from within. Results appear without a drastic change.
Using barbed threads produces a more dramatic and immediate result, as the sutures may be pulled in one or two directions, creating an instant skin repositioning. The skin will then build new collagen that will secure the lift!
Now is the time to tighten your loose and sagging skin!
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