PDO SMOOTH AND LIFTING THREADS

Are you searching for a “PDO thread lift in Wall Township”?

Come visit Sage Dental and Spa in Wall Township, NJ for your guaranteed quality PDO smooth and lifting threads.

PDO Smooth Threads and Botox to get rid of deep lines in the Gabellar area (“elevens”). 

Immediate results which will increase over the next 2-6 months and last approximately 3 years!

Meet our award-winning dentist, Dr. Avi Israeli, and experience instant results of PDO thread lifting. Contact our office to book an appointment!

What are PDO Threads?

PDO Threads (polydioxanone threads) are one of the simplest non-invasive ways to get a facial rejuvenation that utilizes your body’s own natural growth factors and healing factors to improve your appearance. PDO threads are finer than hair and are great at stimulating the collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid in our skin to help achieve that youthful glow. PDO threads are FDA-approved, safe, and effective. 

Whether you are looking to diminish wrinkles or creases in your face, boost your confidence, or create a gradual improvement in facial tone and firmness, you have these options available to you at Sage Dental and Spa in Wall, New Jersey.

What are the benefits of PDO Lifting Threads?

PDO Lifting Threads offer an amazing way to tighten and smoothen skin in a non-surgical facelift. They can be a great alternative to the traditional facelift, which is highly invasive and has a long recovery period. In addition, PDO thread lifting usually takes less than an hour to be completed, the reason why it is also called “lunchtime lift”. 

They achieve a more tightened, rejuvenated, smooth young-looking, and more contoured skin with minimal to no downtime after the treatment. Since PDO threads are also generally very low-risk, they are safe to be used in conjunction with other facial rejuvenation treatments such as Botox and other fillers.

What facial areas can be treated for a PDO thread lifting?

A thread lift can be administered in most of your facial area. However, the smooth threads are commonly used in the Glabellar region, between the brows. It is also sometimes used in combination with Botox as the body’s own natural inflammatory response to them causes the creation of extra collagen in the area. This becomes a natural filler in the area to treat wrinkles and fine lines. 

These threads are also used under the chin and the neck area to increase the quality of skin and elasticity.

How is a PDO thread lift done?

Through a tiny entry point, dissolvable solid filler PDO Threads are placed beneath the skin, which adheres to connective tissue and dissolves into naturally occurring collagen within 2-6 months after the procedure. These gently barbed threads are used to lift with results similar to Viora, but with about 2 weeks of downtime and some bruising. The advantage is that the results are from one single visit and they last about one year with the same inflammatory response filling in the tissue as the barbed thread lightly engages the skin and lifts it while dissolving into the collagen. While this may be one of the more uncomfortable procedures with the “zingers” that you might feel during the procedure, the results are a little more predictable, and you won’t need multiple visits each week to see the results. 

Your results will be a smoother and tighter appearance, giving you a smooth and tighter appearance, glowing skin, and more defined features. Note that PDO threads are not used to correct symmetry, they merely define the features you already have. To correct symmetry, you will want to include FILLER in this process. Each thread is a separate fee, so during your consultation, we can let you know approximately how many threads may be indicated to achieve your specific goals.

What are PDO Smoothing Threads?

PDO Smoothing Threads are small solid filler threads without any barbs that are used to clear up acne scarring, define the vermillion border on your lips, get rid of lines and wrinkles at the glabella, and nasolabial folds, as well as increase collagen production. They dissolve after 2-6 months into naturally occurring collagen and are a great alternative to traditional filler or Botox. They can also be used in addition to Botox to achieve even greater results. These smooth threads are a little less expensive, and we would typically use 5-10 threads per area to achieve fantastic results.

How much do thread lifts cost?

The smoothing threads are more comfortable to place and cost about $25 each. A person may need to have 10+ threads to achieve the desired result and location. The lifting threads take a little more expertise to place and have the bards in them so, therefore, they are more expensive but you may only need 4-8 per side of the face.

Is PDO Thread Lift for me?

A PDO thread lift can be used for both adult men and women who want to treat mild to moderate aging symptoms such as loose skin and fine lines, and it’s perfect for those who would prefer a faster, more minimally invasive procedure. A thread lift is also a good alternative for people who cannot have a surgical facelift for medical reasons but would like to achieve the same results.

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PDO Thread Lift in Wall Township, NJ

Visit our office Sage Spa, in Wall Township, New Jersey to experience the beautiful result of PDO thread lifts. Dr. Avi Israeli will be happy to evaluate your skin during your first consultation. We also offer more than just PDO smooth and lifting threads! Click on the topics below for more info about our other facial artistry services: 

Our services are open to clients in Spring Lakes Heights, Belmar, Brick Township, Bradley Beach, Neptune City, Manasquan, Sea Girt, and the surrounding areas. Call us to book your consultation!

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Reference: 

Tehrani, K. (2018, July 31). What you need to know about thread lifts. American Society of Plastic Surgeons. https://www.plasticsurgery.org/news/blog/what-you-need-to-know-about-thread-lifts

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