You can't feel confident if you don't feel like you look your best. The goal isn't to get a full on surgery and change your entire appearance. Instead, the goal is to enhance your natural beauty and reverse signs of aging. In fact, people are turning away from surgical procedures for aesthetic purposes as the technology behind minimally invasive cosmetic medicine is continuously expanding.
 PDO threads offer a non-surgical method to give you the lift that is accomplished with a traditional surgical face lift, without all the surgery and without the downtime associated with it. The new thread lift technique has been used by celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, Gisele Bundchen, Miranda Kerr and many others for years, not only to give them a non surgical face lift, but also to give them fox eyes, which everybody seems to be striving for.
Furthermore, the procedure can be performed in a medical spa, such as Dr. Schwarzburg's Skinly Aesthetics, one of the few centers specializing in it, which is rather new to the United States.So how do thread lifts work?Our skin loses elasticity and volume as we age. With the PDO thread lift you can tighten your skin and lift sagging tissues to regain the youthful look of your face. There have been many magazine articles on how this treatment can restore a much more youthful look to patients' faces. There are, however, some risks associated with it as well. The PDO threads are specially designed with barbs so that when they are embedded under the skin, you will immediately notice a difference in the texture and quality of your skin. These threads are also safe to remain embedded for up to three months before they dissolve on their own, leaving traces of collagen to maintain the appearance of lifted and tightened skin.
The procedure is minimally invasive, and no incisions or stitches are necessary to complete the process. Do keep in mind that PDO threads do not replace the results of a surgical face lift, particularly in people who have significantly loose skin.What are some of the areas treated by PDO threads?
The use of PDO threads in the face is more popular than on other parts of the body, although they are also effective for non-surgical butt lifts and other areas below the neck. Using a thread attachment, fine lines and wrinkles on your face, such as nasolabial folds between the nose and mouth, can be lifted. We develop lines and wrinkles, as well as loose skin, ultimately leading to deep-set furrows and jowls, which are often seen around the mouth corners if not treated effectively with Botox or dermal filler injections alone.A PDO thread is a thin barbed thread that lifts the skin to eliminate wrinkles, lines, and sagging. There are three types of threads in PDO, each serving a different purpose.
Threads with barbed ends hold loose or lax tissue around your face in place and are used for skin lifting results. Smooth threads work best for treating very fine lines under eyes and around the lips since they stimulate collagen production without creating too much tension, giving you a softer, less "lifted" result. The use of twisted threads can provide added volume to areas that have lost volume. You can see before and after photos here, of what PDO thread lift results look like, alongside a variety of other treatments.
PDO threads (Polydioxanone) use tiny microfilaments made from medical grade polymer fibers to tighten up the skin by lifting areas where collagen has been lost, such as the neck, jawline, decolletage area (chest), arms, thighs, buttocks, and more. 
PDO threads are an easy way to achieve the look you want without having to undergo surgery. Studies show that this treatment works for both men and women, and is recommended by doctors for looking younger without surgery. The use of PDO threads can also be applied to various areas of the body and face. Additionally, they are not necessarily only for people with loose skin. Celebs even younger than 50 have inserted them for eyebrow and fox eye lifts. Be sure to check with an experienced doctor to see if you are a candidate for the treatment. This way, you can achieve the result you want. 

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Sarah Graham