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Thread lifting is an effective non invasive cosmetic procedure that lifts and tightens sagging skin on the face and body by placing Polydioxanone threads (PDO) into the subcutaneous layer of the skin using small needles to help lift sagging skin and introduce collagen, creating a firmer, fresher and youthful appearance.

 

What can PDO threads be used for;

 

Face

→ Nasolabial folds

→ Jowls

→ Marionette lines

→ Sagging face – non surgical face lift

→ Brow / forehead lift for droopy eyebrows

→ Increase collagen (under eye circles, cheeks, nasolabial folds)

→ Improving skin texture

 

Body

→ Breast firming and shaping

→ Neck lifting

→ Tummy shaping

 

 

PDO threads

 

How does it work

The treads are made of PDO material which is similar to the threads used in surgical stitches.  When inserted into the skin, (either by a blunt canuula or microneedle) the PDO threads acts as scaffolding for the skin which helps hold the skin against the effects of gravity and aging.  PDO’s attach to the skin tissue and are then pulled back to lift and smooth the face, neck or body whilst encouraging collagen growth.  The PDO threads will dissolve over six months but continue to produce enough collagen and tightness to last many years.  This innovative alternative to a facelift can be performed in little as an hour and the results are almost immediate.

 

The Procedure

The threadlift is usually carried out under local anaesthetic and takes between 45 to 60 minutes depending on the treatment area.

 

 

Does it hurt

Your Aesthetician will provide local anesthetic to numb the treatment area and prevent pain.  Side effects are minimal but include swelling and bruising that may last 2-3days.

 

Recovery

You are advised to sleep on your back during post treatment and to avoid contact sport, facials massages and dental surgery.  If you experience pain, contact the clinic and consult your doctor.  Pain relief medication may be recommended.  No further beauty treatments are advised post 1 week of the thread lift.

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