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Polidoxane threads (PDO) have been known and successfully used in medicine for many years. Their original use was as skin and subcutaneous sutures in plastic surgery, ophthalmology and urology. It has expanded and today they are also used in aesthetic medicine to lift sagging cheeks and reduce wrinkles in the neck and décolleté.


  • Sagging cheeks

  • Loss of the oval of the face

  • Marionette furrows

  • Smoker's wrinkles

  • Wrinkles of the temples and the eye area

  • Neck and cleavage wrinkles

  • Forehead wrinkles

  • Stretch marks


The procedure consists of inserting the thread using a guide needle, needle-cannula or cannula under the appropriate areas of the skin, creating a mesh that will be a scaffold for the produced collagen.


  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding

  • Blood clotting disorders

  • Taking anticoagulants

  • Open wounds

  • Skin lesions

  • Neoplastic disease in the active phase and in the treatment phase

  • Autoimmune diseases

  • Unregulated chronic diseases

  • Collagenosis

  • Scarring tendencies

  • Recent injuries in the treatment area

  • Permanent implants in the treatment area

  • Active diseases and acute infections (such as flu, angina, cold - wait 2 weeks, measles etc. - wait 2-3 months)


The first effects can be observed immediately after the treatment, and after about 2 weeks, the collagen and elastin production process begins. The effect of the treatment lasts up to 6 months.


  • Face or body lifting

  • Younger looking skin

  • Increasing the density, firmness and elasticity of the skin

  • Smoothing out wrinkles

  • Reduction of stretch marks



from €300

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