PDO Mono Threads are a non surgical alternative for skin lifting and tightening. PDO Mono Threads or short threads are designed to perform a revitalization skin treatment, the treatment is beneficial for skin tightening, skin thickening and to improve skin texture thus reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Once inserted into the skin, PDO mono threads activate collagen synthesis to gradually tighten and rejuvenate the skin. This provides the skin with a tighter feel and appearance and more of a youthful look. Typically, around 10-30 PDO mono threads are used to treat an area. Mono threads are used on the face and body.
MID FACE: £650
cheeks and jawline
CHEEK LIFT: £400
JAW LIFT: £400
PDO and Mono Threads are a popular non-surgical procedure designed to revitalize the skin, lifting and tightening. Threads are a fantastic option for skin texture, reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Once Threads have been inserted, they activate collagen synthesis to gradually tighten and rejuvenate the skin, providing the skin with a more tightened, youthful look. Mono Threads can be used on both the face and body.
Threads typically last about 6-8 months, and the skin remains youthful looking for about one to three or even four years. However, this timeline varies, depending on a number of factors. The age of the patient has an impact, and so does the speed of the patient’s metabolism. The thickness and quality of the threads matter, too, but for most patients, threads tend to dissolve between six and nine months.
Most people see some immediate results, like skin lifting, some contouring effects, and an overall tightness. In fact, in some cases the skin may look tighter immediately following the procedure. As the threads begin to stimulate your body’s natural healing mechanisms and trigger the production of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid, the look of your face will get better and better.
As these components work together with your thread lift, you will see the final results of your treatment in about a month or two.
Many clients see the results they are looking for after one session, however we see most clients return after 6-8 months to re-treat when the effects begin to wear off.
Threads are a relatively quick procedure, taking on average 15-30 minutes.
Threads require no downtime, and you can return to work immediately. After the treatment mild bruising, redness or discolouration may temporarily appear. However, there are a few minor precautions to take during recovery. The face must not be vigorously rubbed during cleansing or applying moisturiser, and patients should sleep with their heads slightly propped to avoid rolling over onto the face.
As part of our treatments, we offer further aftercare advice at the appointment.
PDO and Mono Threads are a safe procedure when they are done by a qualified aesthetics practitioner. They have been popular for decades and are very low risk.
People between the ages of 30 and 60 will get the best results from a thread lift. It is most effective on the cheeks, jowls, brows, and neck, and works best on skin that has minimal sagging. If you are looking for a fix for skin laxity that provides better and longer lasting results than fillers yet are not as costly or invasive as a traditional facelift, thread treatment might be the right option for you.
The primary benefit is that a thread lift is cheaper and less drastic than a facelift. The recovery time is much shorter, with no need for heavy sedation or a caretaker after it is completed. With a facelift, patients generally require around the clock assistance for three days or more after the surgery, and they must take a week or two off work while they are healing. By contrast, thread lifts require only local anaesthesia, and patients are steady enough afterwards that they can drive themselves home immediately following the treatment.
My commitment to being up to date with the very latest techniques and methods is one which has seen me attend over twenty seminars and successfully complete numerous training courses in non surgical cosmetic procedures. All of these through accredited and internationally renowned institutions. These include safe practice, basic life support and infection control.
Ensuring client safety is a number one priority. To this end I am licensed, insured and trained in complications and medical emergencies. I am also an active member of the Association of Cosmetic Practitioners of Britain.