PDO Threads & Thread Lifting
Starting at €300
PDO Threads &Thread Lifting is a revolutionary treatment! PDO Threads are the latest and revolutionary treatment for skin tightening and facial rejuvenation and are a perfect solution for anyone wishing to reverse the signs of ageing.
When inserted into the skin, the threads act as a “scaffold” for the skin that helps to hold the skin against the effects of gravity. These “mesh” of threads can also shape the face by supporting and tightening sagging structures, and are perfect for all areas of the face, in particular areas such as the Eye, jowls, double chin, jawline, neck, and specific wrinkles like crowfeet and forehead lines and even body.
The threads are re-absorbed in 4-6 months, leaving nothing behind but the skin structure created which continues to hold for another 15-24 months.
By dissolving gradually, the threads stimulate the synthesis of collagen, fibroblasts and angiogenesis. The skin becomes more smooth and radiant, wrinkles disappear, “pores” are narrowed, and sagging tissues are strengthened and tightened.
Fox Eye €300/€350
Nose Lift €350
Neck Lift €400/€450
Lower Face €500/€550
Body From €550
Full Face €900/€1000
What does PDO threads do to your skin?
PDO Threads stimulates collagen production to tighten and rejuvenate the skin. All of this works together to give you enhanced skin texture, fewer fine lines and wrinkles, and improved collagen production
How long does it take for PDO threads to absorb?
PDO threads are inserted via needles and not surgery, and are absorbed in 6-8 months, many of the side effects associated with older thread lifting procedures, such as infection and thread breakage are also minimised. Depending on the types of threads used and areas treated, bruising may or may not occur.
How are the threads inserted in a PDO lift?
A PDO Thread Lift is a minimally invasive procedure. After numbing and infusion of local anaesthesia, the PDO threads are inserted via sharp or blunt tip needles (called cannulas) into different layers of the skin. Once inserted, the threads anchor the skin and lift it upwards