Thrive Med Spa on PDO threads and the “lunchtime facelift”

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Polydioxanone (PDO) threads have been used for over a decade in various types of surgeries. These are highly effective at strengthening and improving the contours of your face, improving sagging skin, lifting your eyebrows, and reducing roundness. PDO induces production of collagen, creating a lifting effect for up to two years after your procedure.

Areas that can be treated with PDO Threads include: Lower and upper cheeks, forehead and brows, neck and jawline, the nose to mouth lines, Marionette lines, arms, buttocks, and abdomen.

The threads become a support structure for your face, allowing natural collagen production to take place. PDO threads procedures should be performed by aesthetic professionals such as aesthetic doctors and nurses. The only way to determine if PDO thread lifting is right for you is to schedule a consultation with an experienced medical professional to weigh your options and discuss your aesthetic goals.

Dr. Sanderson with Thrive Med Spa explains that PDO thread lifting delivers immediate results which continue to improve over the next two to six months as new collagen is produced. Over time, the PDO threads will slowly dissolve, and you’ll continue to see results for up to two years.

Thrive Med Spa always welcomes new clients. Call (808) 523-5483 or text (808) 201-2927 to make an appointment or for more information.

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About Dr. Scott Sanderson:

Dr. Sanderson studied psychology and pre-med as an undergraduate. He attended medical school at the University of Washington then completed residency in Tacoma, Washington. Since completing his residency Dr. Sanderson has worked in multiple hospitals on the U.S. mainland and on multiple islands in Hawaii. He is certified in Anti-Aging Medicine as well as board certified in Emergency Medicine. He is clinical faculty at the John A. Burns School of Medicine in Honolulu as well as an instructor of Advanced Trauma Life Support.