PDO Thread Lift
PDO is a strong synthetic monofilament fiber, consisting of one or two twisted solid fiber threads, which dissolves in the tissue after a certain time.
Polydioxanone material has been used for more than 30 years in plastic surgery, gastroenterology, urology, gynecology and ophthalmology for cutaneous and subcutaneous sutures.
The main effect of PDO is to tighten the skin and results in localized lift in the treatment area.
View the treatment and the before and after images below, images reproduced by the kind permission of our client.
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