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PDO (Polydioxanone) threads are safe and affective for lifting tissues of the face, reducing fine lines and wrinkles and stimulating collagen in treated areas. Thread Lifts are customized to each client.

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Polydioxanone is a dissolvable suture material used in surgical procedures, including cardiothoracic surgery. The suture dissolves by hydrolysis over 4 to 6 months without creating scar tissue.  The material stimulates collagen production along the area of the suture and last from 12 to 15 months.

PDO Threads are a less invasive alternative to a facelift, in the right client. The results are seen immediately and improve over time as your body stimulates natural collagen. 

Book a consultation to see if a Thread lift is right for you.


There are multiple descriptions and names of threads. Here is a quick tutorial.

Cog/Barbs/Molded: These terms describe threads with barbs or molded cogs used to LIFT tissues. Areas such as cheeks, smile lines, jawline are treated with lifting threads. These threads also stimulation collagen in the lifted area.

Smooth/Mono: These smooth singular threads provide a small lift and stimulate neocollagenesis. The end result is increased volume in small areas such as necklace lines, cheeks, temples, lips and many other areas.

Twist: These threads twist around the cannula. The 'twisted' nature gives an increased collagen stimulation affects when compared to traditional Smooth/Mono threads. These are recommended for deeper folds, wrinkles, cavities, acne scars and nasolabial folds,

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Close-up of procedure for face lifting PDO Suture operation, face lifting surgery. innovat


  • RECOVERY TIME:            1 - 3 weeks

  • PERMANENCE:                 Temporary

  • TIME:                            90 mins. plus

  • ANESTHESIA:    Local with Lidocaine

  • Cost depends on area(s) treated        

  • Treatment Areas:  Jaw, cheek, neck

  • Call for Consultation and Price

PDO Thread Lift: Services
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