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PDO or PCL threads is a minimally invasive delicate procedure to change the to produce a smoother skin, with an enhance nasal bridge. PDO threads are a less invasive alternative to a surgical rhinoplasty to rejuvenate the nose without the risks and downtime associated with surgery. This thread procedure involves very fine threads placed within the nose but placed on top each other to create a pyramid formation that supports and change the nasal skin. It will not offer the same results as a surgical rhinoplasty but is a good option for a more subtle rejuvenation.
In general, PCL Nose Threads may last longer than hyaluronic acid based Nose Fillers which last 12 to 16 months on average compared to PCL threads which last between 24 to 36 months.
Unlike fillers, the risk of vascular occlusion with nose threads are non-existent, making it a safer option for nose augmentation.
However, for best results, our doctors would need to do a full assessment of your facial profile and discuss with you regarding your desired shape . As we believe every client has different facial profile and requires a customized treatment according to each’s needs .
The regenerative effect is gradual and natural : Polydioxanone, the principal component of PDO threads is a polymer known in the medical field for many years. Once the suture is applied, the Polydioxanone acts on the deeper layers of the skin and helps increase the volume of saggy areas, restoring shapeliness to the face gradually and perfectly naturally.
For nose thread lift, threads are inserted horizontally into the nose bridge and vertically into the nose tip. The threads act as a scaffolding structure which helps to contour and shape the nose to the desired state. The nose also can be reshaped by using hyaluronic acid too.
The procedure takes around 20-30 minutes. After a small local anaesthetic, we insert the suture under the skin to a depth of about three to five millimetres. No incision is required, as the suture is inserted using a fine needle.
Once the suture has been applied, slight compression of the tissue is placed to reshape it by hand and to obtain the desired lifting effect.
Threads may be used as a single treatment or in combination with fillers..
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