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What are PDO threads?
Polydioxanone (PDO) threads are thinner-than-hair medical grade absorbable threads that lift and tighten sagging skin tissues. These threads are implanted into the subcutaneous layer of the skin using small needles or cannulas. Once the threads are inserted, the skin looks rejuvenated, filled and lifted.
What makes PDO Max Different?
There are many factors that set us apart from our competitors. Our PDO threads are truly cleared as a PDO in cannula device. We are currently one of two companies in the U.S. that can make this claim. Our barbed threads are cut in such a way that give maximum hold with a 0 failure rate. Our training courses are the most extensive in the industry offering a full day, hands-on experience where you are inserting hundreds of threads and working on 4 full facelift patients. We are also the specification developer for all of our products meaning we design and create all of our own models that are manufactured for us, we do not just import another company’s product line.
How does a PDO thread lift work?
A PDO thread lift is a minimally invasive procedure that helps tighten a person’s skin. Without the need for big incisions, unlike most facelift procedures, PDO thread lifting uses small needles to insert fine threads under the skin. These PDO threads are especially designed to anchor the sagging skin and lift it upwards. The threads also stimulate collagen production, which further diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
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