Polydioxanone (PDO) Threads are the latest in minimally-invasive aesthetic procedures.
PDO threads are a fully absorbable suture-like material that have been used for many years in biomedical applications. Particularly useful in cardiothoracic surgery, PDO threads are completely absorbed by the body in 4-6 months and do not create scar tissue.
The human body recognizes the suture as a foreign body and this stimulates collagen which creates new structural support in the skin.
Meredith has been trained by the American Institute of Aesthetic Medicine in the NovaMesh and NovaLyft techniques, which are considered lunchtime procedures.
No incisions are necessary to create the scaffolding necessary to recreate the V-shape associated with a youthful face. Threadlifts simply gently reposition the skin and can be a stand-alone procedure or combined with any other procedure Meredith performs.
Although PDO Threads can be inserted almost anywhere, one particular area that has been lacking in non-surgical rejuvenation is the area of the jaw and neck. PDO threads have no rival in this area of rejuvenation.