PDO Threadlifting

At Hereford’s Premier Aesthetic Clinic

The Thread Lift is a procedure which rejuvenates, regenerates and improves the structure of the face, in a similar way to a surgical facelift, but without the need for surgery.

We answer many FAQ’s below but please call us on 01432 870717 if we can help further.

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is PDO Threadlifting?

You may have heard of threadlifting as it is not new, however fine thread contour PDO therapy is NEW and extremely effective. The special cannula threads used help minimise bruising, leaving you with no scarring and minimal downtime; effectively leaving you with a non-surgical face lift.

The treatment instantly lifts sagging tissue and induces more collagen as well as blood circulation around the area. Not only does FTC therapy help to firm your skin, it also creates face and body contour lines on the eyebrows, nasolabial folds, chin lines, double chin neck lines, arms, thighs and ‘love handles’.

Why have PDO Threadlifting?

The benefits are hard to portray without having seen visual results. Take a look at a couple of our before and after pictures below and we’re positive you’ll understand why FTC therapy is so popular.

Not only are the threads we use biodegradable within 6 months but they give a great tissue lift and skin rejuvenation, with effects lasting up to 2 1/2 years.

Is PDO Threadlifting suitable for me?

We always ensure we run through all of your options during your free consultation, so you leave knowing you have chosen the best treatment for yourself. FTC is perfect if you’re starting to experience sagging to the middle / lower face and neck area, as well as developing wrinkles on the forehead or sagging eyebrows.

Is this treatment only for the face?

No. Although the images below do show impressive results from FTC therapy on the face, it can be used almost anywhere on the body. If you experience sagging skin on your upper arms or thighs the results are extremely visible after FTC therapy.

How much does it cost?
Price on consultation.

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