PDO Threads Near Me
Thread Lift in Irvine, CA
Need a lift? A thread lift is a treatment to beat for lifting and firming skin on the face, neck, and body without surgery. Jade Phoenix Aesthetic Medicine proudly uses high-density PDO threads, which stands for polydioxanone, a fully dissolvable material commonly used in cardiothoracic surgery. HDPDO (high-density polydioxanone) threads are made under high temperature and pressure to hold maximum tensile strength, resist enzymatic attack, and be thermal resistant.
A thread lift is a simple, safe, and highly effective way to defy the effects of gravity and restore a sharper jawline or V-line to your face. You will relax while we numb your treatment areas. We will then carefully insert the PDO threads into precise positions within your skin. Each thread has bi-directional and helically-positioned barbs. These barbs enable the threads to securely anchor to the skin, allowing us to lift and pull sagging skin into a desired, uplifted position.
Can an HDPDO Thread Lift Be Combined with Other Treatments?
Yes! We achieve amazing results by combining thread lifts with dermal fillers, which help to restore lost volume with a smooth, hyaluronic acid-based gel. One of the many benefits of HDPDO threads is that they are heat resistant and extremely durable, which means we can safely combine your thread lift with noninvasive energy treatments, injectables, or other services.
Frequently Asked Questions
You will be able to return to your normal life immediately following your treatment. However, you should abstain from exercise and other intense activities until getting the go-ahead from us.
Right away! You’ll notice a lifted, younger-looking you immediately following your treatment.
HDPDO threads at Jade Phoenix Aesthetic Medicine can last one and a half to two years. The best thing about PDO threads is that they fully dissolve within six to eight months, but the benefits keep going as the threads continue to stimulate new collagen production deep within your skin.
The most common side effects of thread lifts are bruising, swelling, and dimpling. Most side effects are minimal if they do occur.