PDO Threadlift

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What is PDO ThreadLift?

The PDO Thread Lift is a treatment which lifts and tightens sagging skin tissue, using threads made of Polydioxanone (PDO). Skin Tightening, by contracting fat tissue.   


PDO therapy is an effective cosmetic technique that lifts and tighten sagging skin tissues by inducing collagen production. It involves the implantation of fine, absorbable polydioxanone threads (similar to those used in medical suturing) into the subcutaneous layer of the skin.

 

The threads produce 3 effects in the skin:

  • Instant Skin Lifting through mechanical effects
  • Cellular Renewel, through Collagen stimulation, and neovascularisation to improve skin texture, fine lines and elasticity
  • Skin Tightening, by contracting fat tissue 

How long will PDO ThreadLift last?

The average time for re-treatment is 21 months.  The PDO threads dissolve naturally over 6 - 8 months leaving behind rejuvenated collagen.   The lifting effects become more pronounced and natural over time as more collagen is stimulated. 


About 6 - 8 months after the procedure, the PDO threads will disappear through simple hydrolysis (they are absorbable). The lifted facial contours will remain for about 6 - 12 months more, due to the cellular rejuvenation effects. Your skin cells are stimulated to produce new collagen, and new blood vessels to improve skin microcirculation. At the same time, the PDO threads cause the fat tissue to contract, producing a skin tightening and facial slimming effect. 

How much does PDO ThreadLifting cost?

Outside of The Spa On Maxwell PDO ThreadLifting costs per individual procedures of $1,500, to a full face & neck procedure of $4,500, but we are offering the procedures at an affordable cost between $300 - $2,800.

Where can PDO Threads be used safely?

Face

Glabella

Eyebrow

Cheek 

Jowl

Neck

Smoker's Lines

Lips & Cupids Bow


Body

Hands

Upper Arms

Decollete'

Breast

Buttocks

Tummy

Knee

Inner Thigh

Outer Thigh

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