Princess Threads - PDO Screw threads are threads with a traditional MONO construction, braided around a needle. The thread, after insertion, lifts the tissues, providing a lifting effect. The Anchor model is used for stronger stimulation of thicker skin on the face to reduce vertical and horizontal wrinkles on the forehead, lifting the forehead, lowering the outer edges of the eyebrows, flaccid, soft tissue, drooping eyebrows, lower eyelid - bags, cheeks, pronounced nasolabial folds, grooves cheek and yoke folds, chin folds, marionette folds, V-lift, drooping cheeks and the area under the lower jaw, skin folds on the cheek, wrinkled cheeks and on the body folds and wrinkles of the skin on the neck and décolletage, firming and shaping the breasts, sagging tissues and stretch marks on the buttocks, abdomen, arms and legs, insensitive skin and subcutaneous tissue (especially after liposuction), obesity - arms, abdomen, ribs, baldness. How do PDO threads work? Polydioxanone (PDO) is a synthetic fiber that dissolves completely in the tissue over time. It has been used in the production of skin and subcutaneous sutures, which is why it has been used in medicine for many years. The idea to use PDO threads in aesthetic treatments was born in Korea, and thanks to its spectacular effects, it quickly gained popularity around the world.
The treatment involves inserting PDO threads under the skin (in selected areas) using a very thin needle. After insertion, the needle is removed and a dressing is applied to the skin. The applied treatment creates a specific scaffold around which the body begins the process of neocollagenesis (production of new collagen fibres), stimulation of fibroblasts for increased elastin synthesis and the synthesis of endogenous hyaluronic acid. The skin after the treatment becomes more elastic, tense and elastic.