PDO (Polydioxanone) thread lift is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that involves inserting dissolvable threads made of a biocompatible material (Polydioxanone) into the skin to lift and tighten sagging skin. It is commonly used for facial rejuvenation, particularly in areas such as the cheeks, jawline, and neck. When performed by a qualified and experienced healthcare professional, PDO thread lift is generally considered to be safe. Some of the potential risks and complications associated with PDO thread lift may include infection, bruising, swelling, pain, asymmetry, and the possibility of visible or palpable threads under the skin. These risks are generally considered to be minimal and temporary, and most patients recover without any long-term issues.
IS PDO threads safe ?
Updated: May 2