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Unlock Your Unique Beauty: Thread Lifts at Lind Institute

How you define beauty is unique to you, but there are three universal factors: balance, harmony, and symmetry. At the Lind Institute of Plastic Surgery, our mission is to provide world-class service and personalized care while delivering the finest non-surgical treatments in the USA. These treatments include thread lifts using PDO threads.

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What is a PDO Thread Lift?

Also known as a non-surgical facelift, a PDO thread lift is a procedure that uses a dissolvable suture to tighten and lift your skin. It is less invasive than facelift surgery because it uses a biodegradable polyester suture. This revolutionary new treatment in the world of aesthetics is best suited for rejuvenating and lifting your skin.

A PDO thread lift mechanically produces instant skin lifting while contracting fat tissue for instant skin tightening. Additionally, these threads promote collagen production to renew your skin at the cellular level, giving you enhanced skin texture, fewer fine lines and wrinkles, and more excellent skin elasticity.

Why are PDO threads unique?

PDO threads are polyester, breaking down in your body after approximately six months. There are several types of PDO threads, and depending on your aesthetic goals, your PDO provider may use one or many thread types during your PDO thread lift. Factors affected by the kind of thread used include:

  • Tensile strength
  • Efficacy
  • Quality
  • Cost of treatment

In addition to physically lifting the face, implanting these sutures in your skin triggers cells in your body to produce more collagen. As was previously mentioned, loss of collagen is one of the most significant causes of aging skin.

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What are the benefits of a PDO thread lift?

The signature benefit of a PDO thread lift is that because it is so versatile, it can treat virtually any area of the face. These treatment sites include the following:

  • Neck
  • Jowls
  • Jawline
  • Nasojugal lines which cause the under-eyes to have dark bags
  • Nasolabial folds, also known as laugh lines
  • Crow’s feet
  • Undereye area
  • Eyebrows
  • Cheeks
  • Marionette lines, or creases that extend downward from the corners of the mouth

Another PDO thread lift benefit is that because the results are not as dramatic as the effects of facelift surgeries, Dr. Lind can combine the lift with other anti-aging procedures, such as dermal fillers.

The results of a PDO thread lift are benefits themselves. A non-surgical facelift immediately improved skin sagging after the procedure. While improvements were no longer apparent after one-year post-treatment, some results lasted between one and nine years. Younger patients have results that last up to four years, while patients with poor skin volume or elasticity see results for up to two years.

Other PDO thread lift benefits include:

  • Faster alternative to facelift surgery
  • Less expensive than a traditional facelift
  • Minimal recovery time with the possibility of returning to work the same day
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Why choose The Lind Institute of Plastic Surgery for a PDO thread lift?

Every member of our medspa team at The Lind Institute has been hand-selected for their education, certifications, natural talent, and reputation for excellence. Your PDO thread lift is performed by a caring, dedicated professional who aims to achieve optimal results from every treatment.

Jeffrey G. Lind II, MD, is a double board-certified plastic surgeon with a reputation for his surgical precision, attention to detail, and relatable personality. He practices under the philosophy that the secret to beauty is to achieve a natural look that enhances your natural features. Under Dr. Lind, every procedure is tailored to be as unique as you, which is why The Lind Institute of Plastic Surgery is the best choice for a PDO thread lift.

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