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PDO Threads

(Polydioxanone Thread Lift)



  • Instant lift and firmness

  • Naturally looking results

  • Perfect alternative to surgery

  • Safe and effective

  • Minimally invasive with minimal downtime 

  • Triggers the production of collagen 

Get a youthful
and healthy appearance 

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PDO Threads

(Polydioxanone Thread Lift)

Just what your face needs! A Polydioxanone (PDO) thread lift is a treatment that uses a dissolvable suture to give your face a more tightened, refreshed, and lifted look. 


PDO thread lifts are used for rejuvenating your skin because it triggers the production of collagen in your skin..


How does it work?

This procedure takes 45 minutes max, and you don’t need to be fully asleep for it.


  1. Before the treatment, one of our estheticians will apply a topical numbing cream. 

  2. Then, with a very thin needle, we apply anesthesia to ensure you feel no pain during the treatment.

  3. After that, we insert a transparent biodegradable polyester thread into the target area.

What areas of the face can I use PDO threads on?

  • Neck

  • Crow’s feet

  • Cheeks

  • Jawline

  • Eyebrows

  • Nose

  • Lips

  • Undereye

Before & After

*Results and patient experience may vary.

Our Clinic

  • Step 1 – Filler Injections
    A hyaluronic acid-based filler (like Restylane® or Juvéderm®) is injected precisely into target areas to help sculpt a younger appearing, yet natural-looking face. At Be Rejuved we take the time to understand your desired results before any injections so that we share a common focus.
  • Step 2 – Platelet-Rich Plasma
    After using injectable fillers to achieve a more youthful appearance, we perform a standard blood draw. Your blood will be spun through a centrifuge to separate and isolate Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), which is rich in growth factors and helps to regenerate the skin tissue.
  • Step 3 – PRP Injections
    Once we have isolated the PRP created from the previous step, we administer it to key areas using a small needle. The growth factors in the PRP activate the process to generate newer and younger tissue.

Jane Sodol
Co-Founder & Aesthetic Nurse

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