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Parfaire’s PDO Thread Lift

What is s PDO Thread Lift?

Parfaire’s PDO Thread lift is a revolutionary technique making use of PDO collagen-stimulating threads to tighten, lift and rejuvenate the skin.

PDO (polydioxanone) is a special dissolvable protein fiber that has been used for many years in heart surgeries, wound repairs and numerous surgical procedures around the world.  It gained FDA approval in 2011 for indication of collagen regeneration. It is safe to the human body and no allergy test is needed. Once the thread is placed, it continuously stimulates collagen synthesis, then naturally dissolves over four to six months to water and CO2, leaving only newly-generated collagen in place.

How does PDO thread lift work?

Innovative new PDO threads come in different shapes and designs: Cog/barb thread is designed for a lifting and anchoring of sagging skin and folds; Smooth/Mono thread is for laying down a mesh at the area needing collagen for scar revision, tightening and texture improvement. Other types are designed for subtle reshaping, enhancement without adding too much volume, such as nose, lip definition, smoker line correction.

Who is an ideal candidate for a PDO Thread Lift?

It is a procedure ideal for patients between age 30 to 65 with mild to moderate skin elasticity, and for patients who want to avoid a surgical facelift, but rather actively stimulates their own collagen and elastin production to achieve a more natural and gradual result that “ages with you”.

PDO Thread Lift can be used as an adjunct to other non-surgical skin tightening lifting treatments and injectables to provide even longer-lasting results.

What conditions does PDO Thread Lift treat for?

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Jowls
  • Brow / Droopy Eyelids
  • Naso-labial and Marionette lines
  • Smoker line
  • Nose
  • Body:
    • Elbow
    • Knee
    • Decolletage
    • Upper arms
    • Breast
    • Tummy
    • Buttocks
    • Legs and thighs

What should I expect with a PDO Thread Lift procedure?

Before the procedure, our Board Certified Physician will carefully assess your desired treatment area(s), marking the vectors and direction of placement that will give you optimal results. This procedure is well tolerated by most patients with only local anesthesia injection to the thread inserting point. To minimize the risk of bruising or swelling, thread placements are done by using a fine blunt cannula. The procedure takes between 30 minutes to one hour depending on the area(s) to be treated.

How soon should I see results?

You will see an immediate improvement in the treated area. The collagen generating process continues with the maximal result around three to four months.

How long do the results last?

Studies have shown that results can last 18 to 24 months, however this depends on the number of threads used and condition of your skin and area(s) treated. Like most aesthetic anti-aging treatments, PDO Thread Lift requires follow up with repeat procedure and touch up.

Why Choose Parfaire for your PDO Thread Lift?

Aesthetic placement of the PDO thread is a combination of science, art and experience. At Parfaire, we have our highly-trained physician, Dr. Winnie Moses, to perform the procedure, who has broad knowledge of the aging process, and how anatomy muscle tension, fat compartment and tissue change with the aging process during each decade. Therefore, she can best assess the correct vectors and placement to restore the optimal symmetry and enhancement.

Dr. Winnie has earned rave reviews for treatments, and will address all of your questions and concerns, and expertly guide you through your customized treatment plan.

Your trust in us to help you achieve beautiful, natural looking results, and to educate you along the way is of extreme importance. To learn more about our PDO Thread Lift and see if it’s right for you, please call or email us to arrange your complimentary consultation.*

*Disclaimer* Any claims of reducing or removing wrinkles, looking younger, or improving appearance cannot be guaranteed. Individual results will vary and are often based on lifestyle factors such as age, diet, exercise, smoking, and alcohol use.