Rejuvenate the Skin with PDO Thread Lifting

Thread lifting of polydioxanone (PDO) is a non-surgical treatment typically involved in rejuvenating facial skin that’s begun to sag. Our PDO Thread Lifting specialist Dr. Peter Martinez-Noda will inject special surgical-grade threads using a fine needle into the skin during this procedure. These threads are comprised of the PDO material, commonly used in medical sutures.

With the PDO thread, skin tissue is lifted and its texture is improved. The threads also stimulate new collagen production, so the skin can continue to elevate and rejuvenate in the weeks after the procedure is performed. The body absorbs and slowly removes, the thread as it dissolves.

PDO thread lifting can prove effective in multiple areas of the face including the chin, cheeks, and lips. It can minimize wrinkles in the forehead as well as eyebrow frown lines.

The information above is brought to you by Peter Martinez-Noda (PMN) Health and Wellness Center, a clinic providing services such as family medicine Miami, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, weight management therapy, a medical spa, and more. We have more than two decades of experience and we strive to provide an optimum level of care to patients in a welcoming, professional environment. For more information on our med spa Miami, our services, or if you have any questions, please call 786-284-5870 or visit our website to book an appointment online.


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