PDO Thread Lift – How Much Does It Cost?
Are you looking for a discreet yet highly effective treatment to smooth and lift sagging skin?
You might have heard about the PDO Thread Lift – and if you live in or near London, Kent or Dartford, you’re in luck because Elite Aesthetics is one of the UK’s leading PDO Thread Lift clinics.
If you’re wondering how much this treatment will cost, we’re here with all the information you need.
PDO Thread Lift In Kent
Before we get to the cost of this treatment at our aesthetic clinic in Kent, let’s recap what this treatment is and how it works.
A thread lift is a non-surgical treatment that lifts sagging or aged skin. Surgical-grade threads are used to lift and tighten the skin on your face and neck whilst stimulating collagen production and skin regeneration. Leaving you with firmer, smoother and younger-looking skin.
At our Dartford clinic, we use the most popular and effective threads including PDO (polydioxanone), Silhouette Soft and Mint Threads.
Silhouette Soft uses bi-directional absorbent threads to lift your facial skin targeting the mid-face, lips, neck, and above the eyes and jawline.
A PDO Thread Lift targets the cheeks, jowls, neck and areas around the eyes. The PDO lift has been around longer and has been used effectively in surgical procedures for decades. The threads are completely absorbable; your body naturally breaks them down over time whilst stimulating your body’s production of collagen.Mint threads are a type of PDO thread that have a different type of barb. These barbs are what “hold on” to your skin and help to reposition it. They are what deliver that incredible lift! To learn more about Mint Threads read our blog here…
What Does A PDO Thread Lift Help With?
The PDO threads are effective at helping the following problem areas:
The skin above and around your jawline can sag, making it appear softer – this area is often the first to show signs of ageing. PDO Threads can treat jowls and sagging skin around your cheeks, which provide a lifting effect that redefines your jaw and cheek area.
The threads will lift and tighten your eyebrows and the part of your face above the eyes to remove wrinkles, brow furrows, and correct saggy or drooping eyebrows.
The PDO Thread Lift helps in two ways, the lifting created by pulling the threads helps to smooth wrinkles and pull your skin taut. The PDO threads then help to stimulate your body’s production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid, which plumps your skin naturally.
A thread lift lifts crepey, sagging skin on your neck. The neck is one of the areas that often gets forgotten about, but it’s here that can show ageing soonest. A thread lift for your neck skin tightens and smooths your neck for a younger-looking appearance.
Eye bags can be treated effectively with a PDO Thread Lift as they lift and tighten the skin in the under-eye area, which reduces the appearance of shadows, tear troughs and sagging eye bags.
A PDO Thread Lift doesn’t just work on your face. It can be used to lift and tighten your breasts too. The threads are placed under the skin to lift, tighten and reposition the skin around your breasts. The threads can help to restore definition and create a noticeable lift.
What Does A PDO Thread Lift Cost?
As you can see, there are many ways PDO thread lift can be used to create a younger-looking appearance. The cost of your treatment depends on the number of threads and the area or areas you want to focus on.
Generally speaking, the cost range is £800 – £2400, but your doctor can give you an exact cost during your consultation at our clinic in Kent. (just 20 minutes from London St Pancras Train Station)
How Long Do PDO Thread Lifts Last?
So when considering the cost, how long the PDO threads last plays a role. PDO threads last 12 – 18 months, setting them as one of the most long-lasting non-surgical anti-ageing treatments you can get.
Other options, like dermal fillers, last between 6 – 12 months, so you’d need to book a second treatment sooner, making them less affordable in the long run
Is PDO Thread Lift Worth The Cost?
At our aesthetic clinic in Kent, we often get asked if a PDO Thread Lift is worth the cost.
A thread lift offers fantastic value compared with other, less long-lasting treatments. It costs significantly less than a surgical facelift, and there is no downtime or recovery, so you won’t suffer any lost earnings or have to waste holiday days.
The threads can treat your whole face or target certain areas, so it’s highly adaptable. Asking your aesthetic doctor to target specific areas can lower the cost. If you visit our clinic in Kent, Dr Shirin an accredited non-surgical cosmetic practitioner with over 20 years of experience, can tailor your procedure to fit precisely with your needs.
Results from non-surgical procedures, like thread lifts, aren’t permanent, but they do provide longer-term results than other non-surgical procedures.
A reputable clinic like Elite in Greenhithe, Kent offers ongoing aftercare, too so you really do get a lot of value for your money.
As well as cost benefits, there are several other advantages to this treatment. Your results are subtle but still noticeable; people will be asking what your secret is, as opposed to who your surgeon is!
The procedure is really quick, painless and has no side effects, so you can go about your day as normal afterwards.
It provides collagen boosting for naturally improved skin, so even weeks and months after the treatment, your skin is naturally revitalising itself as the threads dissolve naturally in your body.
The PDO Thread Lift can transform your self-esteem without pain and risk. It’s a remarkable anti-ageing treatment that our Kent & Dartford clients agree is worth the cost.
Our Kent clinic is known for providing exceptional care for our patients. So if you’re in the Dartford area and you want to know more about it, the first thing that you should do is contact us, either by calling 01322 381 205, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp us.
Our consultations are held in our award-winning clinic based in Greenhithe, Kent, which is just 20 minutes away by train from St. Pancras, London.