Common Questions Answered About the PDO Arm Thread Lift

by | Dec 20, 2022 | Cosmetic Surgery

If you don’t like the appearance of your arms, consider a PDO thread arm lift. It is a good way to reshape your arms without invasive surgery. Here are answers to some common questions you may have about the procedure.

How Does a PDO Arm Thread Lift Work?

The PDO thread lift uses threads constructed from a material that dissolves called polydioxanone. The doctor inserts the threads with a small needle and lifts and tightens the skin. The procedure encourages new collagen growth, and the threads commonly dissolve within six months.

What Can You Expect from Results?

You should notice a difference in your arms’ shape and firmness following the procedure. However, you will see even more improvement over the next several weeks as collagen regrows. Results may last from 12 months to three years and longer with maintenance, and you may repeat the procedure.

What are the Benefits?

A PDO arm thread lift is a less invasive procedure than a traditional thread lift. Since it uses local anesthesia, you should be able to drive yourself after the procedure. The entire procedure only takes less than an hour, and there is minimal recovery and downtime.

Who Makes a Good Candidate?

You may make a good candidate if you want a low-risk procedure or have children or a demanding job. PDO thread lifts are ideal for candidates who can’t undergo surgery for medical reasons. You still should be in overall good health, not pregnant or breastfeeding or allergic to anesthesia.

A PDO thread arm lift will help you feel more confident in your appearance. Visit the Liposuction and Cosmetic Surgery Institute to get started.

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