PDO Thread Lift Houston, TX | Nova Threads
Often, the most pronounced signs of premature aging occur in the lower face, such as a sagging neck or drooping jowls. Even people who have been diligent about maintaining a consistent skin care routine and following good nutritional habits experience these issues eventually. If you have begun to notice these moderate signs of aging and you’re wondering what you can do to achieve an uplifted appearance without resorting to a full facelift, you may be excited to learn about a new option called the PDO thread lift.
This minimally invasive procedure provides effective facial rejuvenation – and all without major surgery or lengthy downtime. Discover how this versatile treatment can help you reclaim a naturally youthful appearance.
Read on to learn more about a Houston thread lift procedure with Nova Threads, or contact us online to schedule your consultation today.
What Is a PDO Thread Lift?
PDO stands for polydioxanone – a highly pliable type of synthetic suture that surgeons have used for years in procedures such as heart surgery. PDO threads have a reputation for strength, safety, and support, which is why they have recently begun to revolutionize the world of cosmetic techniques.
Until relatively recently, invasive surgeries such as a facelift were the only way to address and reverse signs of lower facial aging. However, many people are unable or unwilling to commit to such drastic measures to get the anti-aging results they desire. A thread lift is an ideal option for you if you are one of those people.
When strategically placed just below the surface of your skin, a Nova Threads thread lift treatment can correct mild to moderate sagging on your neck and lower face. Not only do they create a support network for areas that have begun to droop, but they can also stimulate collagen production around the threads for a tightened, uplifted appearance.
PDO thread lifts are painless and minimally invasive and take 30 minutes or less to perform. There is virtually no recovery time, and you will notice immediate results in the lower third of your face, with improved results revealing themselves over the next few weeks as new collagen forms around the threads.
Often, patients choose to combine a thread lift with other procedures such as injectables, hair restoration, or laser skin rejuvenation for an overall more naturally youthful and refreshed appearance. To book your free consultation to determine if a PDO thread lift is right for you, call our office at 281-886-7006.
What Does a PDO Thread Lift Entail?
A thread lift is a revolutionary procedure that relies on temporary sutures to produce a subtle, but noticeable, lifting effect. During a facelift, a cosmetic surgeon removes loose, sagging skin surgically. In contrast, Nova Threads tighten drooping skin by stitching it into place, which creates a slight pulling effect. In addition to being ideal for lifting the skin, threads combat aging in another way: by stimulating an inflammatory response that causes your body’s collagen production in the treated areas.
Collagen plays a vital anti-aging role in helping maintain healthy and resilient skin. As a structural protein, collagen acts like scaffolding that helps keep skin supple. The growth factors collagen supports also play a role in healing. Unfortunately, however, our bodies stop producing abundant collagen as we age, leading to a loss of volume and strength.
As your skin grows weaker, it can no longer hold up its underlying tissues, which leads to sagging, wrinkling, and thinning. An influx of fresh collagen before the signs of skin laxity advance further can help firm loose areas and stop aging from worsening by strengthening the skin.
In other words, the PDO threads not only create more lift in the lower portion of your face but will also lead to ongoing facial rejuvenation. After your thread lift, you will notice a progressive improvement in the firmness and tone of your skin.
Frequently Asked Questions About Nova Threads
At M Spa Face and Body, we frequently hear concerns from patients who are considering getting a thread lift. Read on for answers to some of these common questions.