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Polydioxanone (PDO) threads help replace lost volume and rejuvenate your skin but naturally building collagen as an alternative to facial fillers.  Common areas which may be treated include lips, nasolabial folds and marionette lines. Price is per guest.

PDO Thread Lift Q & A

How does a PDO thread lift work?

NovaThreads PDO threads are absorbable sutures that your aesthetician places under your skin to enhance your appearance. Your provider places these sutures in precise areas to lift your skin and suspend it in place. This provides immediate wrinkle reduction and anti-aging effects.

But PDO thread lifts combat aging in another way. They provoke your body’s natural healing response, which forces your body to create large amounts of collagen in the treated areas. 

Over time, as those PDO threads dissolve, your skin builds up a tightening collagen matrix from the deepest layers. You can expect optimal results for as long as 1-3 years with a PDO thread lift. 

What can a PDO thread lift treat?

A PDO thread lift from Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics is one of the most in-demand anti-aging services available. This nonsurgical face-lift alternative is ideal for minimizing:

  • Lines, wrinkles, and grooves
  • Double chin issues
  • Loose, sagging skin
  • Sunken cheeks
  • Droopy eyelids

Your dedicated provider at Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics can place threads into any areas of concern. Whether you want to lift your brows and open up your eyes or tone and tighten your jawline, a PDO thread lift may be just the solution you need. 

Is there any downtime after a PDO thread lift?

No. Unlike invasive face-lift procedures, a PDO thread lift doesn’t require any downtime. While you may be sore or tender at the thread injection sites, you shouldn’t be in any serious discomfort. 

Even though you can return to all of your normal activities after a PDO thread lift at Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics, there are just a few things you need to know. For instance, it’s important to avoid vigorously rubbing your face or getting facials for at least a week after getting your threads.

Your aesthetician may also recommend propping your head up while you sleep to avoid rolling onto your face as you heal for the first week or two. Aside from those minor considerations, you can go about your everyday routine. 

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