PDO Thread Lift in Scottsdale: What To Look For When Getting the Procedure

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PDO Thread Lift in Scottsdale: What To Look For When Getting the Procedure


Surgical facelifts are not for everyone, especially people who don’t like the invasiveness or associated risks. If you want to lift, tighten your skin and leave it looking healthier, learn more about getting a PDO Thread Lift in Scottsdale and determine if this non-surgical facelift option is right for you.

What Is A PDO Thread Lift?

A non-surgical face lift uses dissolvable PDO (polydioxanone) sutures to lift and tighten your skin. PDO thread lifts can improve the skin around your eyes, neck, jaw, or cheeks. You can choose to address all or specific parts of your unique facial anatomy.

Your body’s reaction to the PDO threads is to trigger the creation of cells that produce more collagen. Collagen is a protein that helps keep your skin elastic and gives it structure. Because a loss of collagen is one of the main causes of skin aging, a PDO thread lift leaves your skin looking rejuvenated.

What To Expect During a PDO Thread Lift Procedure in Scottsdale?

A PDO thread lifts is a quick, effective procedure with very minimal downtime.

Your journey with a non-surgical face lift

To start your PDO thread lift at Skin Salvation in Scottsdale, Jamie Bohannon, NP-C will use local anesthesia to numb your skin. Next, she will use a small, hollow needle to guide the PDO threads into place. The number of threads used in the procedure depends on the size of the area being treated.

Once all of the threads are in place, she will remove the needle. The entire process usually takes about an hour, and you will be awake and able to talk and ask questions. You will see immediate improvement due to the sutures lifting and tightening your skin.

You will continue to see improvement in your skin in the next few months as your body produces more collagen.

How Long Does A Non-Surgical Face Lift Last?

You can expect your PDO thread lift to last between 1 and 3 years, though results vary by patient. Non-surgical facelifts are very low-risk procedures. If you are pleased with the results of your PDO thread lift, you can schedule another procedure with Ms. Bohannon once the old sutures are dissolved naturally in the body.

Skin Care Between Thread Treatments

There is a short healing time after a PDO thread lift, and we will explain all the dos and donts for you to follow after your procedure. Resume using skincare products as soon as possible, as protecting and nourishing your skin between PDO thread lift treatments will help you maintain your healthier look.

Schedule a PDO Thread Lift Scottsdale Consultation Today

Find out how a non-surgical thread lift can help lift, tighten, and rejuvenate your skin by scheduling a consultation with Jamie Bohannon, NP-C today.

You’ll get an email from our team confirming that you’re on the waitlist, and we will follow up with you to learn more about you, your goals, and whether we’re the right provider for you.


  1. Healthline: ” What Is a Polydioxanone (PDO) Thread Lift?
  2.  WebMD: ” What to Know About a Thread Lift.
  3. American Society of Plastic Surgeons: ” What You Need to Know About Thread Lifts.
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