This is how Jawline PDO threads tighten your jaw
Nobody likes it when their skin starts lose elasticity, and wrinkles start to appear, people are always trying to look better a younger. Some people can appear older than they are because of genetics or because they didn’t take care of their skin when they were younger.
How to remove wrinkles, fine lines, and neck bulges is one of the main goals of anti-aging and anti-wrinkle treatments. Some skincare products promise to remove signs of aging, but they are ineffective compared to PDO lifting and here you will see why. We will discuss jawline PDO threads and the procedure to lift a patient’s jawline.
Jawline lifting is a term used to describe a surgical procedure to lift and tighten sagging skin on the face. In a jawline procedure, a surgeon will remove the excess skin and tighten the muscle in a more natural way by using PDO threads. It is a great way to look younger and more attractive if your skin has become loose due to weight loss or aging.
What is a PDO Thread made of?
Commonly used procedures such as facelifts, neck lifts, and other semi-invasive surgical procedures use polydioxanone threads or PDO threads. This material is popular for its many amazing characteristics and properties, making it the best material for this cosmetic procedure. PDO is an absorbable surgical thread, and it’s very safe to implant in the body without any side effects.
In a traditional procedure, the doctor will cut a slit under the patient’s chin and use the tissue to pull the skin upwards. The product deeply penetrates into the skin and makes it elastic, smooth, and tight. It is a unique product that makes your skin beautiful and attractive. The formula acts as a protective layer over your skin and makes it elastic and smooth; you can use it under your chin and on the cheeks.
You will notice the positive changes and results in a few minutes. You will be surprised by the results that Jawline Threads gives you.
How do jawline PDO threads work?
A jawline PDO threads procedure is a minimally invasive and almost noninvasive procedure that doesn’t require surgery to achieve a smoother, tightened neck. All you need is Jawline. It’s a new beauty treatment that uses small, flexible threads to lift and tighten skin.
1. Identification of the areas to lift
The practitioner of the Jawline PDO threads has to identify the areas of your face that need to be lifted. These areas usually are the saggy and wrinkled ones to get better results. The practitioner can provide better results by lifting the areas that the patient wants. The practitioner or doctor will mark the areas to place the threads on identification.
2. Application of anesthesia
A local anesthetic is needed to be injected in the areas where the PDO threads will be injected. In this step, cleaning the face is also needed to ensure the procedure’s hygiene; depending on how many threads will be used, the patient will need more or less anesthesia.
A doctor can apply more local anesthetic if the patient starts to feel discomfort during the procedure. After the area that will be lifted is numbed, then it’s time for the cannula.
3. Insertion of the PDO threads
The PDO threads are inserted and placed via a cannula which is a very thin tube with a round tip, similar to a needle. Here the doctor starts to place the threads and find the best pathways through the tissue; it’s important to know that the cannula is only inserted on a specific skin layer to not damage the face structure.
Once the cannula has been inserted, then is removed to leave the thread in its place. The threads beneath the skin must be gently massaged to ensure their adherence to the face tissue.
4. Shaped of the PDO threads
The most important step of the lifting procedure is this; all the results will depend on how the practitioner shapes the treats to tighten the skin.
5. Pull and tight
The practitioner will start pulling the threads to create skin tension when the threads are placed. This gives a lifting effect to the skin, and usually, it’s made on one side when compared to the other side of the face.
6. Excess removing
The thread, after being pulled, will have an excess length outside the skin. When no more tension is needed, this has to be removed; cutting the excess will expose no thread, which is the end of the procedure. The practitioner or doctor will then apply a topical antibiotic to ensure infection will appear.
A PDO threads procedure is usually a shorter procedure, and the general time is about 30 minutes. You can compare it to a visit to the dentist, and it does not involve any type of invasive procedure or going under the knife to make your skin smoother.
In Promoitalia, our PDO threads are made with the highest standards to deliver quality and satisfaction.
Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals will have the opportunity to learn and understand the protocols associated with this non-invasive procedure.
Promoitalia, with 30 years of experience in manufacturing made in Italy threads offers training led by industry-leading medical professionals.