Non-Surgical polydioxanone Beauty Lift Threads

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 12th April 2019
Polydioxanone Beauty Threads Lift for Marionette lines in a Central London Clinic

The gentle facelift that lasts.

Pictures of faces before and after polydioxanone treatment
Pictures of faces before and after polydioxanone treatment

Non-Surgical polydioxanone(PDO) is a potent synthetic fibre. It consists of one filament (mono-filament) or two filaments twisted solid (poly filament) which dissolve after a certain time in the tissue.

Polydioxanone is a material available for use in medicine for many years. Besides, PDO Beauty Lift Threads stimulates the tissue neocollagenesis process – that stimulates the production of new collagen – the protein responsible for the tension and firmness of the skin. In addition, stimulation of fibroblasts results in stimulating the synthesis of elastin – the protein responsible for skin firmness and elasticity.

The PDO thread introduction technology is based on using the natural skin tension lines, which also causes an effect similar to a surgical facelift. Thanks to the PDO threads, we can also limit the strength of facial muscles. By introducing the PDO thread in the skin we also get an immediate improvement in its appearance. Moreover, after about ten to fourteen days the synthesis begins with the body’s natural proteins (collagen and elastin). Meanwhile, this process continues throughout the period of maintaining the threads in the body (up to six to eight months). The resulting aesthetic effects persist typically up to thirty-six months. Lifting PDO thread is a treatment dedicated primarily for patients aged thirty to sixty-five years.

What are the effects of non-surgical polydioxanone facelift?

The PDO Beauty Lift Threads effects are:

  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Smoothing wrinkles
  • Narrowing the pores
  • Skin Lightening
  • Increase the volume
  • Lifting the skin

Besides, polydioxanone suture may provide wound support for longer period in comparison to other synthetic absorbable sutures. Moreover, polydioxanone suture offers far superior tensile strength.

The treatment takes approximately thirty to sixty minutes, in just one session and does not require hospitalisation or general anaesthetic.

Once the treatment has been carried out, we recommend patients to follow a series of indications at home:

  • Apply the localised cold for the first few hours after treatment.
  • Wash the area very carefully five hours after the procedure.
  • Avoid intense massages in the treated area for one month.
  • If bruising occurs, apply Traumeel to the area for the first few days.