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WHAT ARE PDO THREADS?

PDO Thread Lifts are a non-surgical treatment that lift sagging or aged skin in the face or body. They produce an immediate lifting effect that results in a rejuvenated, youthful look. PDO Thread Lifts are for the face and neck and compared to surgical lifts, are minimally-invasive and lower in cost and risk. They also leave no scars and have minimal downtime.

 

PDO THREADS treat : -

* Sagging Forehead

* Droopy Eyebrows

* Sagging Eyelid

* Cat Eye Look 

* Rejuvenates and Lifts Mid-face

* Rhino Nose

* Low or Blunt Nasal Tip 

* Softens The Nasolabial Folds 

* Sagging Jowls 

* Minimises Double Chin, Neck Sagging or Wrinkled Neck

 

WHO WOULD BENEFIT?


Those who want a natural, immediate lift that is simple, safe and effective. Those who have undergone dermal filler treatment and want to have a face or neck thread lift to achieve facial harmonisation. Those who have had surgical face lifts and want their skin lifted more or again and don’t want to undergo surgery for a second time. Those who have sagging skin in the face or body from ageing, pregnancy or fat loss. 

PDO threads have rapidly become a popular minimally invasive alternative to surgical facelift procedures and have given rise to the emerging cat eye, V-line, and snatched jawline trends.  

This revolutionary technology allows instant yet profound results while minimising pain & trauma - allowing patients to benefit from a shorter recovery time and providing an alternative for those who may not be ready for surgery or request a non-surgical option. It provides a longer-lasting result than treatments such as dermal filler and anti-wrinkle injections. The procedure fills the gap between invasive surgery and injectables

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