PDO Mono Threads
PDO Mono Threads is a popular cosmetic treatment aimed at improving the appearance of the skin by stimulating collagen production and tightening the tissue. The procedure involves the insertion of dissolvable threads made of polydioxanone (PDO) into the skin, promoting natural rejuvenation. Here’s what you need to know before, during, and after the treatment.
PDO Mono Threads are thin, biocompatible threads made of PDO material. These threads are inserted into the skin to lift and tighten sagging areas, reduce fine lines, and enhance skin texture. The threads gradually dissolve over several months while encouraging collagen synthesis for long-lasting results.
PDO MONO THREADS
PDO mono threads can improve fine lines and wrinkles
Before the PDO Mono Threads treatment, it’s essential to schedule a consultation with a qualified cosmetic practitioner. During this session, the practitioner will assess your skin, medical history, and discuss your treatment goals. They will explain the procedure, potential risks, and expected outcomes. Make sure to disclose any medications, allergies, or previous cosmetic treatments.
On the day of the procedure, the practitioner will first cleanse and mark the treatment area. A local anesthetic might be applied to minimize discomfort during the procedure. Then, the PDO threads will be gently inserted under the skin using a fine needle or cannula. The procedure typically takes around 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the treated area.
After the PDO Mono Threads treatment, some mild swelling, redness, or bruising at the insertion points may occur, but these usually subside within a few days. You can resume most of your daily activities immediately after the treatment, but avoid vigorous exercise and facial massages for a week.