PDO Threads

PDO Needle Procedure


Embedded Threading (PDO Threading) is a treatment involving the use of polydioxanone sutures that are inserted into the hypodermis of the skin providing a smoothing and lifting effect. The various thread lengths and configurations give the practitioner a wide range of treatment options that dissolve in a natural manner over a course of months, while synthesizing new collagen production in the treated area. This allows the skin to present with fewer wrinkles, thus improving the skin’s overall texture and youthfulness.

The PDO threading treatment is well tolerated by patients, quick to perform, non-surgical, and there is no need for anesthesia.

The treatment is now the latest anti-aging skin treatment available to licensed practitioners.


  • Forehead Lines (vertical/horizontal)
  • Flaccid Tissue (eyebrows)
  • Lower Eyelid
  • Cheeks
  • Nasolabial Folds (smile lines)
  • Corner Commisure (marionette)
  • Skin Furrows/Creases (neck and cheek)
  • Buccula (double chin)
  • Décolleté (Upper chest area and breast)

Suture Suspension Lift Variations

Usage: Heaviest Gauge for use on the body.  Mainly for butt, possibly for back of thighs and arms of very big people. Skin needs to be very dense.

Style: Cannula, Forte, Basic

Usage: with heavier thicker skin, heavy feature, primarily men, some women – (examples: Russian, Middle Eastern, Eskimo, some Latin skin) mid to lower face.
May also be used on body – back of thighs, arms that have density, sub-mental area.

Style: Cannula, Sharp

Usage: Arms of average sized person, go between thread in mapping vectors of face of medium density skin. May also be used in the submental area.

Style: Cannula, Sharp

Usage: Lower third, mid-face and neck. Used mostly on women. These are used to create vectors mid-face and the 21 gauge is used to create the outer support for the “lift” 23 can then be used for the center line of vector. This is a good vector plan for pulling up the perioral region. This is also used for the knee vector, tummy, necks and breast with cannula and sharps.

Style: Cannula, Sharp

Usage: Brow lift for men or women with heavy features. Use in Glabella folds or upper cheek lift. Not recommended for using sharps in this area. Use only cannula.

Used for the face, sharp point insertion used for mid-face, lower face lift. These are 1 and bi-directional making it easy to provide a nice smooth upward sweep mid-face. When using the bi or 3D, 4D, these can be smoothed in both directions.
Caution with sharps – while easier to work with, they generally will cause more bruising and bleeding than a cannula. Do not use on the upper face region. No upper cheeks or higher.

Style: Cannula, Sharp

Usage: Knees, tummy, breasts, décolleté, use with23 in front and 21’s sweeping out. Use the 23’s for long vectors such as the neck and jawline. 23 gauge is good for the cheek vector in men.

Style: Cannula, Sharp

Usage: Finer gauge that is good for doing hands. Using the cannula, it can be used to flatten out the eye in both men and women. Do not use sharps for this area. Good in décolleté region for smaller breast women.

Style: Cannula, Sharp



Deep Facial Lines

People whose facial lines are not correctable with filler or Botox

Active Busy Proplr wanting a quicker Recovery

Active and busy people who want quicker recovery period than plastic surgery

Lift and Tighten Tissue

Those who desire to lift and tighten loose skin & tissue caused by aging or sun exposure

rejuvenate facial structure

Patients wishing to rejuvenate the facial structure by removing excess pockets of fat and skin that can contribute to an aged, tired appearance



Operation Time: 15-20 minutes

Type of Anesthesia: Local

Hospitalization: NONE

Removal of Stitches: NONE


  • Lidocaine
  • PDO
  • Punching Needle (for Cannula Type)
  • Alcohol Cotton, Gauze, etc.
  • Scissors
  • Cooling pack