Best Procedure for Neck & Jawline
A beautiful and healthy face has a “V-shape.” With the aging of tissues and the action of gravity, this “V-shape” diminishes or inverts. The idea behind the Nu-Mesh and the Nu-Lift technique is to either create a scaffolding in order to support the tissues and keep them in the “V-shape” or where necessary, to delicately lift the tissues and reposition the skin to recreate the “V-shape” where it’s been lost.
PDO Thread Lift Minot
PDO (Polydioxanone) Threads are hypodermic needles preloaded with an absorbable PDO suture. It’s one of the safest materials to be implanted in the body. Although PDO Threads can be inserted almost anywhere, one area where they are especially effective is the neck and jawline.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does it work?
Basically, your skin gently reacts to the inserted threads. In medical terms, it’s called “Selective Inflammatory Response” and is the principle behind many aesthetic procedures. Our skin is very good at repairing itself, and by inserting PDO threads we make it “heal” itself by creating new collagen, naturally!
How long does it take for results?
Your skin fully absorbs the PDO suture within 4 to 6 months & won’t leave you with any scar tissue. The PDO thread lift Minot appears for a while, especially due to collagen forming around the placement.
What is the difference between the Mesh and Lift procedures?
The Mesh procedure uses smooth threads and consists of creating a mesh under the skin—with 2 sutures inserted vertically and 3 sutures horizontally, similar to a net or #hashtag. This technique tightens the skin naturally from within, and results appear naturally, without any drastic change.
The PDO thread Lift Minot procedure uses barbed threads and is utilized to produce a more dramatic and immediate result. The sutures have “barbs” and provide a grip underneath the skin. Sutures are inserted the same way, except they can be pulled in 1 or 2 directions, creating an instant skin repositioning.