Do you struggle with stubborn sagging skin? Fine lines and wrinkles are the villain in many people’s stories. If you’re looking to regain your confidence and obtain smooth skin, a PDO threading procedure might be just what you need!
What Does PDO Threading Treat?
PDO threading can be used to treat various areas of the face and body, including the cheeks, jowls, neck, and arms. It is most commonly used to treat sagging skin and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is often used in conjunction with other non-surgical treatments, such as dermal fillers and Botox, to achieve optimal results. It is often used as an alternative to surgical facelifts or body lifts, as it is less invasive and requires less downtime. However, it is important to note that PDO threading is not suitable for everyone, and a consultation with a qualified healthcare provider is necessary to determine if it is the right treatment option for an individual.
How Does PDO Threading Work?
PDO threading, also known as polydioxanone threading, is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that involves the use of threads made from a biocompatible material called polydioxanone. These threads are inserted into the skin using a needle or cannula and are used to lift and tighten sagging or loose skin. The PDO threads stimulate collagen production in the skin, which helps to improve skin elasticity and texture over time. The threads dissolve naturally in the body over several months, but the effects of the procedure can last up to a year.
Is PDO Threading Safe?
Like any medical procedure, PDO threading does carry some risks, but it is generally considered safe when performed by a trained and experienced medical professional. Some of the potential risks and side effects of PDO threading include: pain or discomfort during or after the procedure, bruising or redness around the treated area, infection or allergic reaction, bumps under the skin, and thread breakage or migration. However, the risk of serious complications from PDO threading is relatively low.
How to Best Avoid Complications
PDO threading should be performed by a qualified and experienced practitioner who has received proper training in the technique. Make sure to research the practitioner’s credentials and ask for before-and-after photos of previous patients. Avoid taking blood-thinning medications, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and certain herbal supplements, for at least a week before the procedure to reduce the risk of bleeding and bruising. Ensure that the practitioner uses sterile techniques, including wearing gloves and using sterile equipment, to minimize the risk of infection. Avoid certain activities, such as strenuous exercise, for some time following the procedure. Attend all scheduled follow-up appointments with the practitioner to monitor the healing process and ensure that there are no complications. If you follow all of these steps you will reduce the likelihood of having complications after receiving PDO Threading.
Take Years of Your Face with PDO Threading
PDO threading is a nonsurgical option for achieving wrinkle-free, young-looking skin. It is generally safe and there is little risk of serious complications, unlike other facelift options. If you are interested in receiving PDO Threading, call your local Infinity Med-I-Spa today! We are here to help.