PDO Thread Lifts are continuously soaring in popularity in the aesthetics industry. This innovative approach to generic thread lifts uses Polydioxanone smooth threads to regenerate collagen. The only problem is, there are so many types of PDO Threads on the market, it can be difficult working out which one is best for your skin’s condition.
PDO Threads, if you didn’t already know, can be divided into two categories: Rejuvenation PDO Threads and Lifting PDO Threads/Cog PDO Threads. In today’s article, we’re going to be taking an in-depth look into both types of Thread Lift Treatments, what their differences are and who would benefit from them.
For regeneration of the dermis and the subcutis, PDO Thread Lifts are inserted into the surface using specified techniques that work effectively for skin rejuvenation. By encouraging the process of Neo-Collagenesis as a consequence of a foreign body reaction lipolysis, the breakdown of fat cells will begin. While the client’s metabolism increases, the muscles relax and tightening commences through thickening and hydrating agents, and the skin will begin to look younger from its new means of strength.
Rejuvenation PDO Thread Lifts include Mono Threads, Screw Threads, Double Spirals and various other smooth threads. Although thread lifts are known for their lifting power, a PDO Thread is designed primarily for skin rejuvenation. Through this, the skin’s quality and appearance are significantly improved, as opposed to having a dramatic lift.
Yes, a lift is still inevitable, but it’s subtle and focuses more on the skin tightening side to produce a contour of the face. These highly effective treatments are best undergone on jowls, a sagging neck, the mouth region and the forehead.
Lifting Threads, also known as Cog Intraline PDO Threads, are barbed threads that work simultaneously to produce a next-level quality lift. Through dimensions of 360 and 720, Intraline lifting can produce tightening results like never seen before. They have been known to provide the same level of results as a facelift, but without going under the knife.
However, Cog PDO Threads are not permanent and may require upkeep. In most cases, Cog PDO Threads are inserted into the subcutaneous tissue where they are then hooked into the underside of the skin and attached to a higher anchor point to produce an immediate lift.
This insertion repositions the skin tissues, which also triggers neocollagenesis that leads to skin rejuvenation. However, what’s most profound about this treatment is its lifting abilities. Cog Intraline PDO Threads are mostly used to correct sagginess on the neck, jowls, nasolabial folds and in the nose for a safe, non-surgical rhinoplasty.
What you might not know is that there are several types and sizes of Cog PDO Threads, but Intraline primarily focuses on classic multiple point lifting, to give the same tightening results in all areas needed.
Through Dimension 360 and Dimension 720 for lifting threads, they can grip onto a more substantial amount of tissue and make sure that all surrounding areas are attended to. Their moulded technology can maintain a much more significant strength than non-moulded threads.
If you’re in deep need of an exceptional lifting treatment, Cog Intraline is for you. Intraline PDO Threads are ideal if you’re looking to turn back the clock on your skin, and reignite it with collagen for a smooth, plump and tight aesthetic.
Both types of PDO thread treatments are non-invasive and non-surgical. Because of this, side effects and recovery time are at a minimum and clients can resume their daily activities as planned. Optimum results are usually met after six months when threads have naturally and safely dissolved.
For upkeep, Rejuvenation PDO Threads need maintenance to keep collagen banked, and the skin looking supple and youthful. On the other hand, Cog PDO Threads need maintaining so that the work is secure, and the facial region stays tight and lifted.
Here at Thread Lift Experts, we pride ourselves in always delivering each and every client with exceptional results by curating a treatment plan that is designed for their skin’s needs. Whatever your desired results, we can explore our menu, combine thread lifts and find you a solution to your preferred outcome.
There is no treatment plan that fits all. Thread Lifts are known for their exceptional results in both skin rejuvenation and face lifting. By visiting one of our aesthetic clinics, you will be thoroughly assessed and informed of the procedure that you’ve chosen, as well as how you can encourage optimum results.
If you’d like further information on our processes, PDO thread lift before and afters or cog threads before and afters, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0151 2031393 or continue exploring our website.