PDO THREADLIFT | SKIN CLINIC FREMANTLE
Polydioxanone (PDO) Threads
Matrix PDO Threads are another method of tightening and thickening your skin. They are absorbable suture threads that have been placed in sterile needles and are released into the skin in a mesh like pattern, to promote the creation of new collagen. They lift the skin and activate collagen synthesis, which produces a gradual skin thickening, skin tightening and a rejuvenation effect.
The threads are made from Polydioxanone – an absorbable polymer suture. This flexible material becomes a support structure for your face, allowing collagen production to increase. Overtime, the threads are absorbed by the body.
The threads can be used to treat the following areas:
- Upper and lower cheeks
- Forehead and brows
- Neck and jawline
- Nose to mouth lines
- Marionette lines
- What happens during treatment?
- When will I see results and how long do they last?
- Are there any side effects?
- What is the cost?
Topical anaesthetic is applied to the treatment area. The PDO Threads are inserted using a micro-needle or a cannula. There is no incision and subsequently, no stitches required.
Treatments sessions typically take between 30 to 60 minutes. The procedure must also be provided by a medical professional who has been fully trained.
The threads induce natural collagen production, which creates a tightening effect. This effect lasts for 6-12 months.
Results may be seen in 6 weeks and will continue to improve over 2 to 6 months. While the threads slowly dissolve, their effects may last up to 12 months.
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