Lift loose skin without surgery with Cosmetic PDO Threading.

We believe in the power of natural beauty enhanced by the artistry of Cosmetic PDO Threading. The revolutionary PDO (Polydioxanone) threading techniques are designed to lift, tighten, and rejuvenate your skin, providing a non-surgical solution for a more youthful and radiant appearance.

Expertise That Speaks Volumes: With years of experience in the field, our skilled practitioners bring a level of expertise that ensures precision and safety in every procedure. Les Encres PDO threading is not just a treatment; it’s an art form, and our practitioners are the artists dedicated to enhancing your natural beauty.

Tailored Solutions: We understand that each individual is unique, and so are their aesthetic goals. Our personalized approach means that every Les Encres PDO threading treatment is customized to meet your specific needs, ensuring natural-looking results that enhance your features and defy the hands of time.

Cutting-Edge Technology: Les Encres is committed to staying at the forefront of advancements in aesthetics. Our PDO threading techniques incorporate the latest technologies and highest quality materials, ensuring that you receive the most effective and safe treatments available.

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Our PDO Threading Services

Thread Lift: Experience the transformative power of our PDO thread lift, a non-surgical facelift alternative. Lift sagging skin, redefine contours, and restore a youthful appearance with precision and subtlety.

Collagen Stimulation: Stimulate your skin’s natural collagen production with our PDO threading treatments, promoting firmness and elasticity. Watch as your skin regains its youthful texture and radiance over time.

Non-Invasive Rejuvenation: Les Encres PDO threading provides a non-invasive solution for facial and body rejuvenation. Say goodbye to downtime and hello to a refreshed, revitalized you.

PDO Cosmetic Threads Treatment Areas

  • Forehead Lines
  • Crow’s Feet
  • Smile Lines
  • Brow Droop
  • Jowls
  • Lip Lines
  • Frown Lines
  • Bunny Lines
  • Marionette Lines

PDO Cosmetic Thread Pre-Care Instructions

Before undergoing PDO (Polydioxanone) cosmetic threading, it’s important to follow pre-care instructions to ensure a safe and effective procedure. Here are general pre-care instructions for PDO cosmetic threading:

Consultation: Schedule a thorough consultation with your PDO threading specialist. Discuss your medical history, any pre-existing conditions, and your expectations from the procedure.

Inform Your Provider: Communicate any changes in your medical history, medications, or skincare routine since your last consultation. This information helps ensure a safe and customized PDO threading experience.

Avoid Blood-Thinning Medications: If possible and with your doctor’s approval, avoid blood-thinning medications, such as aspirin or ibuprofen, for at least one week before the procedure. This helps minimize the risk of bruising during PDO threading.

No Alcohol Consumption: Refrain from consuming alcoholic beverages for at least 24 hours before the procedure. Alcohol can thin the blood and increase the risk of bruising.

Stay Hydrated: Maintain good hydration by drinking plenty of water in the days leading up to the PDO threading session. Hydrated skin tends to respond better to cosmetic procedures.

Avoid Sun Exposure: Minimize sun exposure and use sun protection, especially in the treatment area, for at least two weeks before PDO threading. Sunburned or tanned skin is more sensitive and prone to complications.

Discontinue Retinoids and Alpha Hydroxy Acids: Avoid using retinoid creams, alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), and other exfoliating skincare products for at least one week before the procedure. These products can increase skin sensitivity.

No Hair Removal Methods: Refrain from waxing, shaving, or using depilatory creams on the treatment area for a few days before PDO threading. Smooth, clean skin ensures optimal contact with the threading needles.

Eat a Light Meal: Have a light meal before your appointment. PDO threading may cause mild discomfort, and having a meal can help prevent lightheadedness.

Wear Comfortable Clothing: Choose comfortable clothing on the day of the procedure, especially if threading is performed on the face or neck. Loose clothing can help prevent irritation to the treated area.

Discontinue Certain Skincare Products: Your PDO threading specialist may advise you to discontinue certain skincare products in the days leading up to the procedure. Follow their recommendations to optimize the threading experience.

PDO Cosmetic Post-Care Instructions

After undergoing PDO (Polydioxanone) threading, it’s crucial to follow post-care instructions to support optimal healing and ensure the best results. Here are general post-care instructions for PDO threading:

Avoid Touching or Rubbing: Refrain from touching, rubbing, or massaging the treated area for the first 24-48 hours. This helps prevent irritation, infection, and unintended movement of the threads.

Apply Cold Compress: If you experience swelling or discomfort, you can apply a cold compress to the treated area. Use a clean cloth or ice pack wrapped in a thin towel and apply it in intervals for short durations.

Avoid Strenuous Activities: Avoid strenuous activities, heavy lifting, and intense workouts for at least 48 hours after PDO threading. This helps minimize the risk of swelling, bruising, or dislodging the threads.

Sleep on Your Back: Sleep on your back for the first few nights after the procedure. Avoid pressing your face against the pillow to prevent unnecessary pressure on the treated area.

Gentle Cleansing: Cleanse the treated area gently with a mild, non-alcoholic cleanser. Use a soft cloth or your hands, avoiding abrasive scrubs or exfoliants for the first few days.

Use a Recommended Moisturizer: Follow your practitioner’s recommendations for a suitable moisturizer. Keeping the skin hydrated can aid in the healing process.

Avoid Excessive Sun Exposure: Minimize sun exposure and use sun protection, including sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher, on the treated area. Protecting your skin from the sun helps prevent pigmentation changes and promotes proper healing.

No Saunas or Hot Baths: Avoid saunas, hot baths, and hot tubs for at least 48 hours after PDO threading. Excessive heat can increase skin sensitivity and potentially cause irritation.

Limit Alcohol and Caffeine: Reduce alcohol and caffeine consumption for the first few days after the procedure. These substances can contribute to dehydration and may affect the recovery process.

Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water to stay well-hydrated. Hydration supports overall skin health and aids in the recovery process.

Attend Follow-Up Appointments: Follow up with any scheduled appointments as advised by your PDO threading specialist. These appointments allow for assessment, addressing any concerns, and planning for additional sessions if needed.

Report Unusual Side Effects: If you experience any unusual or persistent side effects, such as excessive redness, swelling, or discomfort, contact your PDO threading specialist promptly.

Frequently asked questions

PDO (Polydioxanone) cosmetic threading is a minimally invasive procedure that involves the placement of dissolvable threads under the skin to lift and tighten sagging tissues. These threads stimulate collagen production, providing a natural-looking lift and improvement in skin elasticity.

Yes, all PDO Cosmetic Threading consultations are complimentary. Our providers will meet with you to see if you are a candidate for PDO Cosmetic Threading, and discuss your goals and budget.

The longevity of PDO threading results varies among individuals but generally lasts from 6 months to over a year. The threads gradually dissolve over time, but the collagen production stimulated by the threads contributes to sustained improvements in skin tightness and elasticity.

PDO threading is suitable for individuals experiencing mild to moderate sagging or laxity in the skin. Ideal candidates are generally in good health and have realistic expectations about the procedure’s outcomes.

A consultation with a qualified practitioner can determine if PDO threading is the right option based on individual needs and goals.

East Hill Medical Group is all about making your beauty and wellness budget go far! Which is why we offer exclusive discounts through our VIP app and Alle Rewards programs.

You’ll enjoy discounts on your favorite services and products, in addition to receiving gift cards, treatment offers, and other chances to accumulate valuable rewards. When you sign-up, you’ll get savings on treatments right away, plus access to exclusive perks. 

Before undergoing PDO (Polydioxanone) cosmetic threading, it’s essential to communicate openly with your healthcare provider to ensure a safe and effective procedure. Here are key points to discuss with your provider before getting PDO cosmetic threads:

Medical History: Provide a comprehensive medical history, including any pre-existing medical conditions, allergies, and chronic illnesses. This information helps your provider assess your overall health and determine the suitability of PDO threading for you.

Medications and Supplements: Inform your provider about any medications you are currently taking, including prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and supplements. Certain medications may need to be adjusted or temporarily discontinued before the procedure.

Previous Cosmetic Procedures: Share details about any previous cosmetic procedures you have undergone, especially those involving the face or treated areas. This information helps your provider tailor the PDO threading treatment plan to your individual needs.

Expectations and Concerns: Clearly communicate your expectations from the procedure and any specific concerns you may have. Discuss the areas you would like to address and the outcomes you hope to achieve. Realistic expectations are crucial for a satisfying experience.

Allergic Reactions: If you have a history of allergic reactions to local anesthesia or any other substances, inform your provider. They can take necessary precautions or choose alternative approaches to ensure your safety during the PDO threading procedure.

Skin Conditions: Inform your provider about any existing skin conditions, such as infections, rashes, or dermatitis, in the treatment area. Certain skin conditions may need to be addressed before proceeding with PDO threading.

History of Scarring: If you have a history of excessive scarring or keloid formation, discuss this with your provider. They can assess the potential impact on the healing process and provide guidance on the suitability of PDO threading.

Pregnancy or Breastfeeding: If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or currently breastfeeding, inform your provider. While PDO threading is generally considered safe, it’s important to discuss any potential risks or considerations during these periods.

Current Skin Care Routine: Share details about your current skincare routine, including products used and any recent chemical peels or laser treatments. This information helps your provider customize the PDO threading plan and ensure compatibility with your skincare regimen.

Questions and Clarifications: Take the opportunity to ask any questions or seek clarifications about the PDO threading procedure, including the process, potential side effects, and post-care instructions. A clear understanding will contribute to a positive experience.

Book Your PDO Cosmetic Threads Treatment Today

Embark on your journey to timeless beauty with Les Encres PDO threading. Schedule your consultation in Pensacola, FL today and let us guide you towards a more radiant, youthful version of yourself.