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  • What is a failed pdo thread lift
    After pdo thread lift surgery, there may be cases of asymmetry of bilateral lifting of the face or broken threads, as well as leakage caused by too shallow threads. If the buried wire is broken, leaking, etc., the buried wire can be removed, and it can basically be restored to its original state aft   Read More>
  • what is pdo thread lift
    Pdo Thread lift, in fact, we can simply understand it as: implanting the absorbable thread of the human body into the deep subcutaneous layer (SMAS layer) of the skin, and then pulling it in the direction you are satisfied with. This is a minimally invasive facial line lifting technology, which can   Read More>
  • How long does a PDO thread lift last? Is pdo safe?
    Barbed polydioxanone (PDO) sutures that allow minimally invasive skin lift are widely and increasingly used in cosmetic dermatology.In view of the increasing demand for minimally invasive and affordable cosmetic corrections with minimal downtime, incisionless skin lifts with barbed absorbable polydi   Read More>
  • face pdo thread lift
    (1) What is PDO?PDO suture lift, also known as (polypropylenesuture), is an absorbable sawtooth thread produced by Johnson & Johnson. The absorption time is about 4-6 months. The serrations on its surface have a 360° rotating wrap design. Its material is the same as PDS suture. The introduction of P   Read More>
  • What is Magik pdo thread lift?
    None of us want to look as old as we actually are. Some of us even look older than our chronological age due to genetics, health conditions, smoking, excessive drinking or repeated unprotected sun damage.   Read More>