PDO and PLA Face Lifting Threads

Style: PDO & PLA

Description:

Polydiaxonone (PDO) and Poly Lactic Acid (PLA) threads are widely used for lifting and rejuvenating the face, namely the mid-face.

PDO and PLA threads have proven safe, the primary different in the threads in the lasting time for the effects, lasting effects for PDO threads is approximately 12 months while PLA threads have results that can last for up to 18 months.

Recent advancements in technology have lead to a new 4G PDO thread with a unique COG design that improves the overall effectiveness of the thread lift.

Alpha-Health has been successfully working with a new 4G PDO thread that features a dense cluster of COGS, the design of the COGS has proven to be stronger than COG designs on other threads. The location of the COGS on the thread and spacing between the COGS has aided in producing superior lifting effects.

4G PDO threads can be used for lifting and rejuvenating the forehead, malar and nasolabial folds, mentolabial and sub-mental folds and for improving the V-line and V-chin. The 4G PDO threads are slowly resorbed and do not leave any trace materials after being resorbed.

How do the Threads Work?
The PDO and PLA absorptive threads are inserted under the skin to lift and shape the face, adding volume and reducing lines found on the face. The threads promote collagen development as they are being absorbed.

Where can the Threads be Used?
The threads are used on many facial indications: forehead wrinkles, wrinkles around the eyes, nose augmentation, adding volume to the cheeks, creating a V-line jaw and chin, reducing neck wrinkles and wrinkles around the mouth

How Long is the Recovery Time?
Patients can resume normal daily activities immediately following the procedure as there is only minor swelling and redness.

How Long will the Results Last?
Full results are seen within 3 weeks following the procedure and generally last for one year for PDO threads and 18 months for PLA threads.

Product Features:
Material:

Polydiaxonone (PDO) and Poly Lactic Acid (PLA)

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