Polydioxanone (PDO) threads are, essentially, sutures similar to surgical stitches that rejuvenate the skin by stimulating collagen production.
When placed beneath the skin, PDO thread sutures cause fibroblasts to produce more collagen. It’s a protein that provides structural support and elasticity.
Low collagen production is one of the most common causes of wrinkled skin. That’s why this procedure is growing in popularity all around the world, and more healthcare professionals want to integrate thread face-lifting into their professional practice.