How Exactly Does the PDO Thread Lift Work?
Thread lift procedures, a type of facelift, used to be complicated procedures that would take long periods of time, often even requiring surgical procedures, and the recovery time could be long and painful.
Today, thread lifts, better known as PDO Thread Lifts, are simple procedures that can give you the look of a facelift without going in for surgery or dealing with long, complicated recovery times, or painful side effects. Plus, the recovery is minimal and can have you looking and feeling youthful again in no time.
What is a PDO Thread Lift?
The PDO Thread Lift is a thread lift procedure that uses a special PDO thread. It is the most common thread lift procedure being used today. This non-invasive, non-surgical alternative to a traditional facelift is having more and more people consider the procedure, as there isn’t much in terms of downtime or recovery.
This procedure can help lift the facial skin, much like in a traditional facelift. It can give you that youthful appearance that so many of us seek, making it quite a popular procedure. PDO Thread Lifts can be performed on the face, neck, hands, and decollete.
Why Get a PDO Thread Lift?
A PDO Thread Lift is often done for a variety of reasons and is a great way to help you with problem areas on the face. Lifting the face can help give you a younger appearance, as well as take care of any sagging, lines, wrinkles, and other issues such as crow’s feet.
How is the PDO Thread Lift Procedure Done?
The PDO Thread Lift Procedure is done right in your doctor’s office and is often quick and easy. First, you will receive a series of injections to numb the area so that you can receive the treatment without feeling pain. When the area has been numbed, the doctor will thread a small needle with dissolvable thread and place it into the area to be lifted. Once the threads are in place, the doctor will make sure they have attached to the tissue under the skin, which pulls the skin up and gives you a lifted look.
Does the PDO Thread Lift Procedure Have Side Effects?
The PDO Thread Lift Procedure has minimal side effects, which can include bruising, slight pain, redness, itching, and bleeding. These side effects are minimal and should resolve on their own within a few days.
If you are considering the PDO Thread Lift Procedure instead of a traditional facelift, or are wondering if you could be a candidate for the procedure, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today to ask any questions or set up an appointment!