PDO Max refers to polydioxanone threads, a type of non-surgical thread lift procedure. PDO threads are thin, absorbable sutures inserted under the skin to create a lifting and tightening effect.

Pros: PDO Max threads can offer a minimally invasive alternative to a facelift, subtly lifting sagging skin and stimulating collagen production for improved texture and elasticity. Results are often visible immediately and can last 12-18 months.

Cons: PDO threads are not a permanent solution, and results are not as dramatic as a surgical facelift. Potential side effects include bruising, swelling, and temporary discomfort.

Alternatives: Dermal fillers can add volume to specific areas, while Botox® injections can address wrinkles caused by muscle movement. For more significant lifting, a surgical facelift may be necessary.

Recovery Time: Downtime is typically minimal, with most people able to resume normal activities within a few days.

Disclaimer: PDO Max threads should only be placed by a trained healthcare professional with experience in facial anatomy and thread placement techniques. A consultation is essential to discuss your goals and ensure this treatment is suitable for you.