PDO Thread Lift (Thread Facelift)

“Simply grow youthful skin” RegenAlift.

Thread lifting is a non surgical treatment which offers you a safe and effective means to regenerate your skin and stimulate the production of collagen. Skins elasticity and firmness is increased and texture improved.

The procedure assists in tightening and lifting. It’s helps contour and sculpt the jawline enhancing a defined, youthful appearance.

It brings natural and dramatic effect to face and body after simple and safe procedure.

Areas Treated with PDO Thread Face Lift

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PDO Thread Lift
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Reduce appearance of fine lines, increase collagen, raising the outer brow area.

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Lifts sagging tissue to sculpt and contour the face. stimulates collagen to provide fuller youthful look.

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Jowls – Reduces skin laxity, contouring and defining the region.

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Lifts and tightens loose, sagging skin  creating tone and elasticity.

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Nasolabial Folds  –  stimulates collagen production to reduce the lines, creating lift and reducing the signs of ageing

Our PDO Thread Lift Prices in Poole, Dorset

  • Eyes and Gabella 1/3rd face:
    from £350
  • Half Face
    from £650
  • Full Face
    from £1,200

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Meet Your Practitioner

Meet the practisioner

Tracy Cullen RGN, Nurse Prescriber

My passion and commitment towards excellence is my philosophy. During the last 15 years I have established and grown a number of aesthetic and cosmetic services for and on behalf of several businesses.

Renowned and sought after for my high standards of clinical excellence, including teaching and mentoring others within the industry, I am delighted to offer you exclusivity to these standards through my own clinic, Coastal Skinthetics. 

I look forward to welcoming you at any one of the clinic locations in Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire.

 

PDO Thread Lifts FAQ’s

What are PDO threads?

The threads used are made of Polydioxanone (PDO), once applied they are absorbed by the body following stimulation of fibroblasts that in turn produces collagen. Polydioxanone has been used in plastic and reconstructive and cardiac surgery for over 30 years.

It consists of strong synthetic fibre and depending on its strength and thickness will dissolve over a period of time.

How does PDO Thread Lifts work?

As we age, fibroblast activity (responsible for collagen production) slows down unless.  Clinical evidence has shown the fibroblasts are triggered into action when the body needs to heal ie in injury etc. by causing a controlled injury we utilising the body’s healing mechanism to regenerate collagen from the deeper layers of the dermis stimulating fibroblast and creating collagen. The threads are strategically placed and fibrous strands of collagen will form a structure to further support, sculpt and firm the area treated.

Are PDO Thread Lifts painful?

Topical anaesthetic cream is used to numb the surface of the skin and local anaesthetic is used to numb the area of injection and placement.  It is a painless procedure however, patients report a strange sensation when first applying the thread due to slight pressure.

What do PDO Thread Lifts treat?

The threads will help treat skin laxity, jowls, fine lines, wrinkles. They provide a gentle lift and tightening helping improve condition of the skin creating a more youthful appearance.

How long do PDO Thread Lifts last?

Treatment has been shown to last approx 18 months or longer depending on the type and quantity of threads used.  It may be of benefit to discuss a maintenance treatment at 12 months.

What’s the after care?

At Coastal Skinthetics we ensure you have the best aftercare advice . Tracy Cullen, our Specialist nurse,  has over 15 years experience in cosmetic surgery in particular pre and post treatment care.  She will provide a support garment to aid recovery if required discuss positioning.  you will also have a check list to refer to and of course, her contact details for any questions you may have in the few days after treatment.

What’s the downtime?

Usually you should expect to be able to return to normal activity the same day.  you will however feel that you should take a few days off due to possible side effects such as swelling, bruising etc.

Are PDO Thread Lifts safe?

PDO sutures have safely been used in surgery for many years, in thread lifting in particular  for over 10 years and are now moving into the 4th generation of threads specifically for this procedure. Any side effects will be discussed with you at consultation prior to any treatment.

For your safety all aesthetic treatments, including thread lifting, should always be administered by a medically qualified professional and with specialist training.

Am I suitable for the treatment?

Tracy will take a detailed medical history to ensure you have no conditions that may increase risk of unwanted side effects, consultation is important to discuss your expectations if this treatment will meet them.

It is not suitable for patients prone to keloid scarring, or patients taking anti coagulants or  whilst pregnant.

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