Your Only Location In Greater Seattle-Tacoma To Receive PDO Threading For The Nose.
Correct neck and face sagging. Reshape your nose.
Polydioxanone (PDO) is the same type of biocompatible and bioabsorbable material used in surgical sutures. During a PDO Thread Lift treatment, Deb Mauro-Bender, DNAP, CRNA makes tiny entries with very fine PDO threads into the area that needs to be lifted, like the jaw line, brow or nose.
Strategic placement of the threads in the superficial tissue of the skin makes it possible to lift and tighten skin without any surgery or anesthesia.
What is PDO Threading?
PDO Threading, also referred to as a PDO Thread Lift, is a non-surgical procedure that lifts and tightens sagging skin tissue, using threads made of Polydioxanone (PDO). Lift, improve skin texture, fine lines and elasticity and tighten.
Threads introduces them into the deeper layers of the skin. Once introduced, the threads produce 3 effects in the skin:
Instant Skin Lifting
Via mechanical effects
Contracting fat tissue
How Does It Work?
Lift sagging skin on face, neck, jawline nose and brow.
There are different types of PDO Threads, some are smooth, some twisted, and some have barbs for lifting. The threading techniques all can increase collagen formation and volumize the tissues while tightening the skin through formation of fibrous tissue around the threads. The barbed sutures can lift and also do all the above, and the effects can be enhanced by combining the different threads in a mesh type fashion.
Once the threads are situated in the skin, new bundles of collagen naturally form around each thread. This means that once the threads dissolve in six to eight months, the skin remains tight and healthy thanks to the presence of so much new collagen. We know exactly how to place the threads in your skin to help you look refreshed, rejuvenated, and years younger.
PDO Threading For The Nose
Change the shape of your nose with non-surgical thread lifting.
PDO Threading offers an alternative to a traditional surgical nose job. PDO threads can be used to lift the nose bridge, smooth nose humps and subtly reshape the nose tip. It can also be combined with fillers to further refine your shape.
When you receive a nose lift with PDO threads, you'll receive a local anesthetic to numb the treatment area. Next up, Dr. Deb will insert threads horizontally into the bridge of the nose and vertically into the nasal tip. The threads have small barbed structures that act as framing supports that help contour and shape the nose.
Results are immediately noticeable! They will continue to improve as new collagen and connective tissue form.
Are Botox injections safe?BOTOX® Cosmetic is FDA-approved and injections are relatively safe when performed by an experienced injector. It has proven to be a successful and valuable therapeutic protein when dosage, frequency of treatment & variety of treated clinical conditions are considered. The best way to ensure you receive the results you are looking for is to only receive injections from a highly experienced provider, such as the medical and nursing professionals at Ideal Image.
When will I see results from my Botox injections?You shouldn’t expect immediate results from Botox injections. It usually takes between 2-14 days for the injection to take effect. Some people claim to see an immediate change but this is very unlikely and may be just wishful thinking. Your facial muscle may be particularly strong in the area treated and it may take longer to see and feel the effect. If you have very deep lines where Botox is injected then the injection is unlikely to cause the deeper lines to flatten out completely to start with – especially if you are older when you start Botox.
How long does Botox last?For most of our patients, the effects of the treatment can last anywhere from 3-6 months. Many factors can influence how long the effects last. As the product wears off, muscle action returns gradually, and the previously treated lines & wrinkles may begin to reappear, and need to be treated again. With repeated treatment, the lines and wrinkles often appear less severe than before, as the muscles are being trained to relax. Some of these factors that may shorten or lengthen the effects include: - Your age - The condition of your skin and level of sun damage - Your facial structure and expressions - Your diet - Past experience with Botox of other wrinkle relaxers - And more...
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