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We sat down with our Senior Nurse Tahlia to discuss PDO Mono Threads.

As we age, our skin gradually loses collagen, leading to the reduction of the skins elasticity and firmness over time. This leads to the development of fine lines, wrinkles and sagging. One revolutionary way to combat the signs of aging is PDO (Polydioxanone) Mono Threads, which stimulate collagen production, elastin and hyaluronic acid wherever they are placed in the skin.

PDO Mono Threads are small threads (without barbs), used for tightening the skin. The threads are made of PDO suture material, a biocompatible material widely used in the medical field for the past 30 years.

The PDO Mono Threads can be used to target specific areas of concern and are strategically placed around the face, neck and body, including arms, thighs and abdomen, to stimulate collagen production. They trigger the body’s natural healing response, prompting the production of new collagen fibers to the area they are placed.

The procedure involves inserting the threads through a series of small incisions, which are virtually invisible after healing. It is a minimally invasive treatment that requires little downtime, making it an ideal option for those with busy lifestyles.

The results of PDO Mono Threads are gradual, giving you a refreshed appearance over time, helping to improve your skin texture, firmness and overall quality.

The results of PDO Mono Threads can last for several months. Regular maintenance treatments can help prolong the benefits and ensure ongoing skin rejuvenation.

Book in with our Nurses for a consultation on our PDO Mono Threads procedure to discuss your concerns and determine the most suitable treatment plan for you.