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PDO Threads


PDO Threads 

PDO (polydioxanone) threads are a type of non-surgical aesthetic treatment, often referred to as a "non-surgical face lift", that involves inserting biodegradable threads under the skin to lift and tighten sagging skin. The threads are made of a material commonly used in medical sutures and dissolve over time, stimulating collagen production in the treated area.


Price upon consultation

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Treatment Areas
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The Experience

  • Consultation and medical intake

  • Development of treatment plan

  • Photos taken

  • Skin cleansed and areas marked

  • Anesthetic injected

  • Skin cleansed again

  • Insertion of threads performed 

  • Skin cleansed & post-care instructions given

  • Follow up appointment scheduled

  • 1.5 hours duration


  • Prior consultation is required for this treatment.

  • Avoid taking blood thinning medications one week prior to treatment unless prescribed by your doctor.

  • Avoid drinking alcohol 48 hours before treatment.

  • Do not receive treatment if you are allergic to any of the ingredients, pregnant, breastfeeding, have a neuromuscular disorder, or received a Covid-19 vaccine in the past month.

  • Fill out all general treatment forms and consents using the link sent via email.

  • You may start taking oral Arnica tablets 5 days prior to your procedure to minimize swelling and bruising.

  • You will be prescribed prophylactic antibiotics to take for 3 days.

Day of Procedure

  • Arrive with a clean face

  • Expect a small amount of tenderness at the injection site

  • Redness or bruising may occur

  • Swelling may occur


  • Do not rub, massage, or put pressure on the injected areas for 2 weeks unless instructed by your provider

  • Avoid exercise for 24 hours

  • Avoid heat for 24 hours

  • Avoid facials and laser treatments for 2 weeks

  • You may use Arnica gel and/ or tablets, and ice packs for bruising and swelling

  • Complete the full 3 days of antibiotics

  • Allow 3 days of rest post procedure, bruising and/or swelling may persist for 1-2 weeks

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