PDO PCL Hilos Tensores Double and Double Screw Lifting Thread are two types of thread made from PCL and polydioxanone PDO. This double-screw pdo thread is designed to create a lifting effect in the skin, providing a natural and subtle enhancement to the face and body. It is a technique used in aesthetic medicine to enhance the contours of the face and body, creating a more youthful and rejuvenated look.
The PDO PCL thread is inserted beneath the skin and is attached to a small anchor within the subcutaneous tissue. The threads act as a support structure, lifting the skin in a natural and gentle manner. The double screw thread pattern ensures that the threads remain securely in place, allowing for a safe and effective procedure.
|Needle Gauge||Needle Length||Packing|
|25G||50, 70, 80, 90, 120, 150mm||50pcs/bag|
|26G||30, 40, 50, 60, 65, 70, 90mm|
Double screw PDO threads are a type of minimally invasive cosmetic procedure used for facial rejuvenation and lifting. These threads consist of biocompatible materials that are inserted into the skin to lift and tighten sagging tissues. The "double screw" design refers to the unique shape of the threads, which resemble screws with two intertwined threads. Here are some potential advantages of using double screw PDO threads:
Enhanced Lifting and Tightening: The double screw design provides a stronger hold and greater lift compared to traditional mono screw threads or cog threads. The intertwining threads can anchor the skin and underlying tissues more effectively, resulting in a more noticeable and durable lifting effect.
Increased Collagen Production: The insertion of PDO threads triggers a natural healing response in the body. As the skin heals around the threads, it stimulates the production of collagen, a protein responsible for skin firmness and elasticity. This can lead to gradual and long-lasting improvements in the texture and tone of the treated area.
Versatility: Double screw PDO threads can be used in various facial areas, including the forehead, cheeks, jawline, and neck. They can address multiple concerns such as sagging skin, wrinkles, and loss of facial volume.
Minimally Invasive: PDO thread procedures are considered minimally invasive, as they involve the insertion of threads through tiny incisions or needle punctures. This reduces the risks associated with traditional surgical facelifts and generally results in less downtime and a quicker recovery.
Customizable Treatment: The number and placement of threads can be tailored to the patient's specific needs and desired outcomes. This customization allows for a more personalized treatment approach.
Natural-Looking Results: Double screw PDO threads are designed to create natural-looking results. The lifting effect is gradual, which helps avoid the "pulled" or overly tight appearance that can sometimes result from surgical procedures.
Longevity: While the duration of results can vary from person to person, the effects of double screw PDO threads typically last around 12 to 18 months. Some individuals may experience prolonged benefits due to ongoing collagen production even after the threads have dissolved.
No General Anesthesia Required: PDO thread procedures are often performed using local anesthesia or numbing agents, eliminating the need for general anesthesia and its associated risks.