PDO Thread Lift in Nashville Near Me, Green Hills | Sugar Threading

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We use the highest quality threads on the market for our thread lift, and we are the only facility in Nashville offering them. They get far better results at the same price.

"Deb is doing stuff with thread lifts that nobody else in Tennessee is doing!"

– Melanie (Recent Patient) –

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Here are some of the Nashville Thread Lift Procedures we offer:

  • Mini Face Lift
  • Fox Eye Lift (Cat Eye)
  • Neck Lift/ Skin Tightening
  • Eyebrow Lift
  • Under Eyes Tightening /  Blepharoplasty Thread Lift
  • Rhinoplasty Thread Lift Nose Thread lift
  • Arm, Leg and Knee Thread Lift/ Tightening
  • Abdominal skin Tightening
  • Breast Lift
  • Butt Lift

PDO (polydioxanone) threading is a minimally invasive procedure that involves using dissolvable threads made of a biocompatible material to lift and tighten loose skin. The threads are inserted into the targeted area using a small needle and then gently pulled to create a subtle lift. Over time, the threads stimulate the production of collagen, which further improves the skin’s firmness and elasticity.

While PDO threading is commonly used on the face to address sagging skin and wrinkles, it can also be used on other parts of the body, such as the neck, arms, thighs, and buttocks. The treatment can help to smooth out crepey skin, improve the appearance of cellulite, and enhance the contours of the treated area.

At our med spa, we use the latest techniques and technology to ensure that PDO threading is safe, effective, and comfortable for our patients. Our team of experienced professionals will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique concerns and goals.

If you’re interested in learning more about PDO threading for the body or any of our other treatments, we invite you to schedule a consultation with us today. We look forward to helping you look and feel your best!

Nashville Thread Lift Near Me

If you’re looking for a thread lift close to you, consider Midtown on Belcourt Avenue. We offer the highest quality threads available on the planet, and our thread lift specialist, Deborah Parker, trains doctors all over the country on how to do this procedure.

Q & A on Thread Lifts in Nashville or Threading:

What is a PDO Thread Lift, What Are PDO threads?

A PDO thread is a body dissolvable suture, the body can absorb it, that is placed in between the dermis and the fat layer to lift sagging skin… that’s one of the main uses. The second use is, we place them into the epidermis to cause a collagen remodeling so that we get a buildup of tissue and a build up of collagen.

What are other names people use to refer to PDO threads? What are the most common names that people typically use for PDO Thread Lift?

PDO Thread is a Poly-di-oxanone suture that is absorbable. Threads are also known by brand names, such as Nova Threads, ASsufil PDO, which is the Italian thread that we offer.

So what is the best Nashville Thread Lift on the market?

The PDO thread, and the reason is that thread does not require running a cannula… you’re doing a single step procedure instead of traumatizing the skin twice. Also, we don’t have a suture to have to cut that’s hanging out of the skin.

So, the downside to doing that with the other threads… if the clinician is not precise, you can leave a little bump in the skin.

Is that why the Italian thread lift is better than everybody else’s in Nashville?

Absolutely, you’ve got a smoother product… There’s a lot of difference in the quality of those barbs that are on those sutures and how it attaches to the skin.

The clinician with all the other types of PDO threads have really got to drag and stretch the skin. The Italian one has a little more elasticity  to it  that just lifts the skin naturally itself without the Dr. or the clinician having to work and manipulate, and pull back and forth on those little anchors.

What are Sugar Threads?

Sugar Threads are just another term that is popular right now for PDO Threads or Nova Threads. PDO, which is short for polydioxanone, have been used safely in surgeries for more than 40 years.

Who is the best candidate for a Thread Lift in Nashville?

Anyone from 20 to 65 years old typically is a good candidate. You want someone who has mild to moderate sagging. But if the skin has excessive sagging then surgery really is the best option for them. But this is for someone who has started to notice that sagging in the skin. This is a quick and easy way to to get a lift that’s an in-and-out procedure.

So what other areas of the body can be treated with The Thread Lift?

Jowls and cheeks are our typical areas along with necks. With the ASsufil Threads, they actually make a thread that can be used in the body. They manufacture a 15 mm and a little bit larger thread, so that we can do arm lifts and butt lifts, inner thighs, and above knees. The thread is just a better quality thread so that it gives more lift and I guess cover for lifting that skin.

How Long Does a Thread Lift Last?

Up to three years, however, the benefits you get from a thread lift are no over when the thread dissolve. Threads also stimulate collagen production, which increases a more youthful appearance. 

How much does a Thread Lift Facelift Cost?

Prices range from $300-400/thread, but we have specials running from time to time, so please ask what our going special is. A full facelift with threads ranges in price according to the needs of the face. Some people can have huge results with just a few threads, while other people naturally will take more.  

So what is the best thread lift product on the market? 

The ASsufil PDO thread, and the reason is that thread does not require running a cannula… you’re doing a single step procedure instead of traumatizing the skin twice. Also, we don’t have a suture to have to cut that’s hanging out of the skin. So, the downside to doing that with the other threads… if the clinician is not precise, you can leave a little bump in the skin.

How Painful is the Thread Lift?

It is relatively painless, if you’ve had dermal filler, you could expect a similar amount of pain

What gets better results, dermal filler or a Thread Lift Facelift? 

For sagging skin, a thread lift gets much better results. For deep wrinkles dermal filler may be the better option. 

Is the Thread Lift Reversible? 

Threads can be removed, unlike a traditional facelift. As we all know, if you get a bad facelift, you’re stuck with it. Typically, it takes even more dramatic surgery to correct a bad facelift. A Thread Lift Nashville is a less risky option if you do not like your results.

How Is PDO Thread Used?

The PDO thread is inserted into the skin through a very fine needle. Normally, for the face area, a maximum of two or three entry points on each side of the face, are used, depending on the individual.

What Results Can I Expect And How Long Does a PDO Thread Lift Last? 

The body naturally absorbs the threads within six to eight months. The results and effects of the treatment can last up to two years.
  • Instant but long lasting results
  • Lift and reposition mid-face soft tissue sagging
  • Enhanced skin collagen increasing your skin’s firmness and tightness
  • Enhanced skin elastin increasing your skin’s elasticity
  • Improves skin’s moisture by Hyaluronic Acid production
  • Improves skin tone and radiance, thickness, tightening and firming
  • Slows skin aging

Thread Lift Side Effects and Do’s And Don’ts Following Treatment

You may experience some very slight bruising or swelling following your procedure and some mild tension in the areas that have been treated, this is normal and will subside. Do not sleep on your stomach or your side and use two pillows while sleeping, during recovery.

Which Areas Can Be Treated With PDO Threads?

  • Lower and upper cheeks
  • Forehead and brows
  • Neck and jawline
  • Nose and mouth lines
  • Marionette lines
  • Arms
  • Buttocks and Abdomen

Can a Thread Break?

If you’re considering a Nashville Thread Lift, then you may be wondering if the PDO thread can break. The answer is, Yes. However, this is very rare and typically only happens if the practitioner is new to doing thread lifts. 

How Do You Lift Sagging Jowls?

There are many DIY solutions with weird facial exercises that work just a little tiny bit. If you want to see a dramatic difference, forgo months of odd exercises and get a thread lift. 

Disadvantages of a Thread Lift 

The only real disadvantage of a thread lift is that it is not permanent, whereas a facelift is permanent. However, you could get multiple facelifts for the price of a thread lift and you do not run the risk of getting a bad facelift with a thread lift. 

Thread Lift Recovery Time

Imagine the recovery time of Botox, it’s about like that. You can resume normal activities the same day, and recovery time is about a day.  Our clinic offers a variety of aesthetic treatments to our patients. During a consultation with our experienced medical specialists or doctor, we will discuss your desired result and create a personalized plan to achieve it. Our aesthetics treatments range from non-invasive procedures such as fillers and Botox to more advanced options like laser therapy and body contouring. Depending on the treatment, you may see results within days or weeks. We pride ourselves on providing safe and effective treatments that enhance your natural beauty and improve your silhouette. Don’t hesitate to schedule a consultation with us to learn more about the treatments we offer and the effect they can have on your appearance.

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