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What are PDO Threads?

PDO Threads are a minimally-invasive cosmetic treatment that uses absorbable threads to lift and tighten sagging skin, as well as promote collagen production. The threads are made of polydioxanone (PDO), a material that is FDA-approved and has been used in medical settings for many years. 


How it works?

Based on your unique needs, lifting threads provide an immediate impact while smoothing threads improve your skin's appearance more gradually. 

What can PDO Threads treat?

PDO Thread lifts reduce wrinkling, tone skin, provide optimal shape, and rejuvenate your face naturally. Say goodbye to persistent facial problems and hello to a youthful you with this versatile treatment. 

What are the benefits?

The minimally invasive procedure weaves a support structure of polydioxanone threads under the skin and produces long-lasting results.

Is there any recovery or downtime?

There is little to no downtime after your cosmetic injections, and there is very little recovery to worry about, if any. The most common side effects occur around the injection site. They tend to be mild and typically last 2 weeks, or less. These include:
  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Pain
  • Tenderness
  • Firmness
  • Bruising
  • Itching
All skin injections carry some risk of allergic reaction, infection, and other more severe side effects, but these are rare. Your provider will discuss all of the risks and answer any questions you have before your first treatment.

Facial Fillers FAQ's

What is the difference between dermal fillers and Botox?

Botox is designed to relax the muscles that cause wrinkles. Dermal fillers fill sagging skin, and plump and sculpt the facial features.

How much do dermal fillers cost?

The cost of dermal fillers depends on the type of filler you require, where the treatment area is, and how much of the filler you need to achieve your aesthetic goals.

How long will my facial filler results last?

How long the results last depends on the type of filler you have. Dermal fillers usually last between 6-18 months, but some dermal fillers can last for years.

How long should I wait to touch up fillers?

This varies, but patients can schedule touch-ups every 4-12 months.

Can fillers make you age faster?

Generally, no. However, if certain non HA-based fillers are overused, they can stretch out the skin over time.

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