PDO THREAD LIFT

Treating the aging process from INSIDE-OUT

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WHAT IS PDO OR POLYDIOXANONE?

• Chemically, polydioxanone is a polymer extruded into fibers for production of sutures

• Used in Surgical Sutures, Tissue Engineering, Drug Delivery

• Degraded in body in 210 days by hydrolysis and excreted through feces and urine

• Minimal Tissue Reaction, Non- antigenic

• No risk of bacterial colonization/infection

POLYDIOXANONE advantages:

  • Very high initial tensile strength
  • Excellent pliability
  • Smooth tissue passage

How it works:

Polydioxanone stimulates production of collagen and fibroblasts in response to the implanted PDO thread. It also increases blood flow around treated areas, which results in skin rejuvenation.

PDO THREAD LIFT ADVANTAGES OVER CONVENTIONAL THREAD LIFT :

  • Virtually Non- Invasive Procedure
  • Minimal pain
  • No Scarring
  • Lunch-Time Procedure
  • Threads are Bio-absorbable unlike conventional Threads
  • Cost Effective
  • Safe as Polydioxanone is tried trusted material used in thread
  • Results visible for 1 years
  • Can be re-sterilized by ETO

THE AGEING PROCESS

COMMON INDICATION OF PDO THREADS OVER FACE

PDO THREAD LIFT TECHNIQUE

AFTER TREATMENT THE PATIENT MAY FEEL

  • After the treatment swelling and soreness may take place for 1-2 days. Discomfort will dissipate over time.
  • The treated area may alienated and/ or pulling feeling may be there.
  • Each patients will have different reaction and bruise.
  • Sufficient water intake and sleep will help absorption of bruise to the blood vessel.
  • Redness will last about 1-2 hours.
  • Swelling disappears over night.
  • Internal bleeding or bruise will disappear in 5 to 7 days.
  • Skin feeling will return normal in 3 days.

POST TREATMENT CARE

  • Do not rub or wash the treated area for approximately 24 hours after treatment.
  • Use moist cloth to clean the treated area.
  • Don’t take any non steroidal anti- inflammatory medications drugs , Aspirin or anti- histaminic drugs after treatment.
  • Avoid use of any anti inflammatory preparation topically on the treated area.
  • Avoid swimming and sauna for next 3-4 days after treatments.
  • Sun-protection and regular moisturization is advised after treatment
  • CONTRA-INDICATIONS

  • Pregnancy.
  • Prone to keloid scarring.
  • Have a history of poor wound.
  • Taking anti-seizure medication.
  • Herpes Simplex in any area of the skin within the last 31 days.
  • Non-compliance (Patients who are unwilling to follow the post‐treatment instructions).
  • Unrealistic expectations.
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