Mono PDO Threads
Everyone will notice but no one will know!
Mono PDO threads are a popular treatment option for non-surgical facial rejuvenation. Tighten, lift or revolumise your face for younger looking skin.
What are Mono PDO Threads?
Mono Threads are another method of tightening and thickening your skin.
A Mono Thread treatment provides an improvement of fine lines and wrinkles by gradually stimulating natural collagen production. Mono Threads differ from thread lifts which use long barbed threads to lift tissues, however they can still provide and improvement of fine lines and wrinkles by
How do Mono PDO threads tighten the skin?
Mono PDO Threads are inserted into the sub dermal level, in a mesh-like pattern, to promote the creation of new collagen. The threads activate collagen synthesis which produces a gradual skin thickening, skin tightening and rejuvenation effect.
They induce natural collagen production, which creates a tightening effect. This effect lasts for 6-12 months. Results may be seen in 6 weeks and will continue to improve over 2 to 6 months. While the threads slowly dissolve, their effects may last up to 12 months. They are minimally invasive and can also be used multiple times.
What areas can Mono PDO Threads be used to treat?
The threads can be used to treat the following areas:
- Upper and lower cheeks
- Forehead and brows
- Neck and jawline
- Nose to mouth lines
- Marionette lines
How long do the results last?
Mono Threads help to create a new collagen that supports your face and creates a tightening effect that lasts 6 -12 months after your treatment. The results vary depending on lifestyle factors such as smoking, alcohol, exercise etc. It is recommended to have another Mono Thread treatment six months after the initial treatment to maintain tightening effects.
What are Mono PDO Threads made from?
Mono Threads are made from Polydioxanone – an absorbable polymer. This material is both flexible and durable. The threads become a support structure for your face, allowing collagen production to increase. Overtime, the threads are absorbed by the body.
How long does the Mono Thread treatment take?
The time of the treatment will vary based on factors, such as the size of the area being treated, but will typically take anywhere between 30-60 minutes.
What is the downtime for this procedure?
A Mono Thread treatment may produce swelling and bruising in the area that has been treated, which will subside after a few days.
Does the procedure hurt?
All our Mono Thread treatments are conducted by qualified Medical staff. Topical anaesthetic will be applied before the Matrix Mono Thread treatment, so you experience minimal discomfort during the procedure. You may experience a firm feeling and some tenderness in that area that has been treated for a few days after the procedure.