PDO Threads

Smooth - Mesh

  • Smooths Crepey skin
  • Pops up acne and/or other scars
  • Outlining of Lips for a natural look
  • Smooth neck
  • Can be inserted into deep lines
Smooth Threads can be used for Lip outline, Filing In Nasolabial Folds around the nose and mouth and smoothing of water bottle lines on the upper lip

What are PDO THREADS?

They are hypodermic needles preloaded with a PDO absorbable suture.

PDO absorbable suture?

  • It’s a synthetic absorbable surgical suture composed of polydioxanone. PDO sutures are used to perform cardiothoracic surgery (such as open-heart surgery). It’s one of the safest materials to be implanted in the body.
  • Your skin fully absorbs it within 4 to 6 months & won’t leave you with any scar tissue.
  • PDO Thread (foreign body) stimulates collagen synthesis & the skin structure creating a hold for another 12 to 15 months.

NovaThreads absorbable PDO Threads

Purely injections.

No cuts or incisions.

The Threads are needles that are pre-loaded with a PDO thread which are inserted in the interstitial tissue at subdermal level, parallel to the surface of the skin. The threading needle is then pulled out, leaving the thread under the skin where they dissolve.

 Dissolvable PDO Threads

Top: Guiding needle with thread is placed under the skin; Bottom: Needle is pulled out leaving the thread.


How does it work? It’s amazingly simple, actually!

Dissolvable PDO Threads

In medical terms “Selective Inflammatory Response”, or "Controlled Healing" is initiated. The skin is very good at repairing itself. The threads creates a healing response which generates new collagen naturally!

 


Mesh TechniqueNovaThreads Nu-Mesh- Smooth Threads

This techniques consists of creating a mesh under the skin with smooth threads which form a  foundation for  new collagen production. The Mesh tightens the skin naturally from within, reduces the appearance of lines and scars. Results appear almost instantly with a natural lifting or filling look.

Used for:

  • Skin tightening - Under the neck, cheek lifting, lines around and under the mouth
  • Crepey skin
  • Acne scar filling
  • Outlining of Lips to create a fuller look naturally
  • Filling in Lines - pillow lines, deep or fine wrinkles around lips, cheeks, mouth, under eyes, chin, chest

Smooth threads are placed gently just under the skin forming a new matrix which helps smooth lines.


  Before and After Photos

*Courtesy of Christine, RN (Back to Health)

Mesh Technique Pattern using smooth threads for fine lines and crepey skin.

 
Mesh Technique pattern used to smooth lip and nasolabial fold lines.
Before and After: Smooth threads (upper lip/folds)  + Lip outline.
Before and After: Mesh smooth threads inserted under acne scars.  (2) treatments + Microneedling.


Smooth Threads -  Upper Lip + Lip Outline

Before
After Smooth Threads - One Week

 

Smooth Threads -  Lip Outline

Smooth threads are great to provide a distinct natural looking border to lips, especially if they may have lines or are smaller than desired.  Dermal filler is also available for those who would like an little extra plumping.

Before Thread Lip Outline
Immediately After

Before Lip Outline
Immediately After Lip Outline

PDO Thread Pricing

 

 

Lifting Threads 

Lifting threads are placed according to individual needs. 

Average costs for Lifting Procedure:

  • Mid or Lower Face Lift - $900-1,500
  • Neck Lift - $800-1,200
  • Eye Lift - $900-1,200

Smooth Threads

Smooth threads are placed according to individual needs and desired results

  • $20-45 per smooth thread depending upon the size (length) and shape (smooth flat or twist)

Average costs for Lifting Procedure:

*Smooth threads may need to be placed in 6-8 week intervals for long-term smoothing results

 

Call for more Info.

317-881-8119

 

Find Out More About Us

Christine, RN (PDO Thread Certified)

 



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