Thread Lifts at Emma Coleman Skin

Emma Coleman Skin clinics are now CQC-Registered and are offering PDO Thread Lifts at our Petts Wood Clinic, in Orpington, Kent.

Thread Lifts are something I’ve wanted to offer for many years.  This is because Thread Lifts using PDO Threads offer a wonderful alternative to dermal fillers, helping to avoid the undesirable ‘pillow face’ and distortions which over-filling can produce. This simple procedure is also a subtle and less costly alternative to full face lift surgery.

What are PDO Threads?
PDO stands for Polydioxanone, which is a biocompatible material commonly used in medical sutures. These threads are designed to stimulate collagen production, lift sagging skin, and improve the overall texture and tightness of the treated area.

Which Areas of the Face Can be Treated?
PDO Threads can be applied to the cheek, lower face and neck, noticeably improving skin laxity to the mid-face, jowl, jawline and beneath the chin. I see many clients in clinic with concerns about these areas, so it’s lovely to be able to provide a realistiic, effective and above all, safe and natural solution

What is the Downtime?
Full after care is provided after your treatment. There Is swelling afterwards which is a normal side effect. Icing is recommended.  The swelling period varies between 10 to 14 days on average. Some people naturally swell more than others. We will be in touch during your post-procedure period to check in and make sure you’re ok.

Are There Any Risks Involved?
As with most procedures there is always a risk of infection. We have reduced this risk by offering a hygienic environment with medically-trained practitioners using high quality products. We also have thorough after care packages in place.

How Can I Find Out More?
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Book a Complimentary Thread Lift Consultation to discuss your concerns or call us on 02086509595

Best wishes

Emma Coleman
Dermatology and Aesthetic RGN


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