PDO Threads are a cosmetic treatment that involves the insertion of biodegradable polydioxanone threads into the subdermal layer of the skin to lift and tighten sagging skin tissues. This minimally invasive procedure stimulates collagen production, which improves skin elasticity and texture. The threads, which dissolve over time, provide a supportive structure that helps to lift and reposition the skin, resulting in a more youthful appearance. PDO Threads can be used to treat various areas, including the face, neck, and jawline, as well as other parts of the body that may benefit from skin tightening.
At On The Glow in Porter Ranch, CA, our PDO Thread treatments are tailored to meet the unique needs of each client. The procedure is ideal for individuals experiencing mild to moderate skin laxity who are not ready for surgical facelifts but desire a more refreshed and lifted look. Results can be seen almost immediately after the treatment, with continued improvements as new collagen is produced over the following months. The lifting effect typically lasts 6 to 12 months, after which the threads will dissolve, but the collagen structures will remain. To discover how PDO Threads can enhance your natural beauty and restore a more youthful contour to your skin, book an appointment with us at On The Glow!
Those with mild to moderate skin laxity seeking a non-surgical solution for skin tightening are good candidates.
The lifting effect is often immediate, with further improvements as collagen production increases over the following months.
The results of PDO Threads typically last between 6 to 12 months, depending on the individual’s response to treatment.
Some minor swelling or bruising may appear, but downtime is generally minimal.
Before treatment, avoid blood-thinning medications and supplements. After treatment, follow your provider’s instructions, including avoiding certain facial movements or sleeping positions.
The treatment involves the insertion of fine threads under the skin using small needles or cannulas. Local anesthesia is used to minimize discomfort.
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