Do you notice visible wrinkles around your eyes, mouth and forehead in the mirror? A drooping eyelid makes your face look sad and gloomy? Or maybe your cheeks have lost their firmness and hang sadly to form characteristic hamsters? No worries! In this case, PDO threads may prove to be strong!
The skin loses its firmness, elasticity and tension with age. This is associated with natural aging processes. The body no longer produces as much collagen and elastin, substances responsible for the youthful appearance and skin tone. So what to do to restore its former glory? Help in this task will prove to be PDO threads! They will not only allow you to regain firmness, but also improve some structures such as drooping eyelids or cheeks.
PDO threads – what are they?
PDO threads are made of single or double synthetic fibers which are biocompatible with human body. What is more, after some time they are gradually absorbed stimulating the body to produce collagen and elastin. The threads tighten and make skin more elastic, as well as lift sagging structures such as drooping eyelids or hamsters. Thanks to this they effectively sharpen the oval of the face and correct beauty flaws. Moreover, thanks to their gradual absorption the effect of facelift is prolonged.
How does the procedure look like?
PDO threads are called a lift without a scalpel. It is a minimally invasive procedure, which not only does not require a long period of convalescence, but also does not burden the body, because it is performed only under local anesthesia. Moreover, there is no risk of complications, leaving unsightly scars or allergic reactions.
The doctor, after previous anesthesia, draws the location of the threads, and then makes small incisions in the skin in invisible places. Through the small incisions he inserts the threads with a cannula and places them in specific areas. As a result, the effects are visible almost immediately after the procedure, but it’s worth waiting about two weeks for the full result once the slight swelling has gone down.
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