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PDO is an abbreviation of polydioxanone which widely used as surgery stitch thread and it is very safe to human body. As a colorless biodegradable synthetic polymer, it is a monofilament, so hydrolyzed in body and then naturally excreted by urine. PDO procedure leads to mechanotransduction within skin by forming vector among the threads. This treatment is featured with high safety, adjustability, short-term response. Once the thread is absorbed, the collagens starts to grow and this will be last 2 years at most.
Hipretty Thread Lift is the latest and revolutionary treatment for skin tightening and lifting as well as V-line lifting.It is made of PDO (Polydioxanone) material so naturally absorb in the skin and continuously stimulate collagen aynthesis.
Your doctor will guide you in choosing between PDO and anchoring your ascension line. First, they will also choose between two thread types. Both have similar mechanisms and have been proven to be effective against facial aging. In other words, there are some key differences between them that you should know. Each procedure starts with local anesthesia to numb the treatment area. Next, use a trocar or needle to insert the thread under your skin. Your doctor manipulates the threads to achieve the desired lift. The whole process usually takes less than an hour and you can go back to work immediately. The key factor is the suture method your doctor uses. They are available in several ways, providing doctors with more and better treatments: anchor wires can aggregate the skin to produce lifting effects. They are usually placed in the hairline area to gently pull back the skin. Thicker barbed lines can even help lift the chest and hips. PDO is a straight or curved smooth line that provides less lift but more collagen stimulated contour. These lines are strategically placed at the corners of the mouth and / or along the eyebrows.
There are different kinds of threads which may be used to lift any part of the face, including the forehead, cheeks, jowls, jawline and neck.