PDO Thread Lift

PDO Thread Lift at The Diamond Med Spa

Loose & Sagging Skin • Drooping Jowls • Tired Face

A Thread Lift is a safe and effective cosmetic facial rejuvenation procedure using FDA Approved polydioxanone (PDO Threads) sutures. PDO Threads have been used in surgery for decades and perform lifting and volumizing by generating new collagen. This process enables your skin care professional to lift and mold sagging skin into a more youthful position. The benefits of this procedure are numerous and include instant results, improvement over time, and a lasting effect that can endure for years. Additionally, there are no scars and the procedure is a true “injectable,” making it a wonderful alternative or adjunct to surgical procedures as well as other skin rejuvenation treatments.


Fine lines and wrinkles are immediately lifted and smoothed for rejuvenation that you can see right away


Results last for 1-3 years, and procedure can be repeated


The skin’s healing response produces younger, fresher collagen around the sutures


Recovery is quick, so you can return to your activities right away.

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Thread lifts are a popular treatment option with two primary goals. Firstly, to physically lift and tighten the skin, and secondly, to stimulate the body’s natural healing process and maintain the results. In particular, thread lifts using polydioxanone are effective in elevating the skin and achieving a more taut appearance.

PDO threads are implanted underneath the skin, and once there, they initiate a series of chemical reactions that encourage the body’s innate production of hyaluronic acid, collagen, and elastin, resulting in a revitalized look. Over time, the threads dissolve entirely, leaving no trace.

Frequently Asked Questions

The effects of a PDO thread lift typically last between 1 to 3 years. If you're seeking a non-surgical solution for obtaining firm, youthful-looking skin, a PDO thread lift may be suitable for you. This procedure is minimally invasive with low risks involved, and can produce immediate results with minimal recovery time.

PDO threads are extremely fine and slim, and after the skin's healing process, patients usually do not experience any discomfort or visibly see them. However, there have been a few isolated cases where patients with very thin skin can detect the threads through pressing the treated area.

The ideal age range for a thread lift procedure is typically between 35 and 55, although it is important to note that there is not a one-size-fits-all age bracket for this treatment. The decision to undergo a thread lift should be based on the individual's skin concerns, specifically concerning wrinkles and skin laxity. It is recommended that patients consider the severity of these issues and speak with a qualified healthcare provider to determine if a thread lift may be a suitable option for their unique needs.