PDO threading, also known as polydioxanone threading, is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that aims to lift and tighten sagging skin. It involves the insertion of biocompatible threads made of polydioxanone, a material commonly used in medical sutures, into the skin’s deeper layers. These threads create a support structure that lifts and repositions the skin, resulting in a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance. PDO threading can be used to address various areas of the face, including the jawline, cheeks, brows, and neck.
One of the advantages of PDO threading is that it offers immediate results, with further improvements visible as collagen production increases over time. The threads are biodegradable and absorbed by the body over several months, but the effects can last for up to one to two years due to the continued collagen stimulation. PDO threading is generally well-tolerated, with minimal downtime. Patients may experience mild bruising, swelling, or discomfort in the treated areas, but these side effects are temporary and typically resolve within a few days.
HOW IT WORKS
During a PDO threading procedure, a healthcare professional will assess the patient’s facial anatomy and determine the appropriate thread placement to achieve the desired lifting effect. The threads are inserted through very fine needles into the targeted areas of the skin. Once inserted, the threads stimulate collagen production, providing additional support and longevity to the lifting effects. The procedure typically takes around 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the areas being treated, and can be performed under local anesthesia.
PDO threading is a popular cosmetic procedure for lifting and tightening sagging skin. It provides a non-surgical alternative to traditional facelift surgeries, offering immediate results with minimal downtime. By inserting biocompatible threads into the skin, PDO threading stimulates collagen production and creates a supportive structure for lifted and rejuvenated skin. If you are considering PDO threading, it is important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional who can assess your individual needs and provide appropriate guidance and care throughout the procedure.
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