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     Michael B. Lyons, MD, FAACS
Board Certified Facial Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon

(251) 344.0044

PDO Threadlift aka Rejuva Lift

ii have currently performed over 150 procedures with the PDO suture and Rejuvn8 technique.  I have found great success for my practice.  I have had this procedure done on myself.  I have after being properly trained by Dr. Scott Gingold from NY found that anywhere there is skin and the need for lifting and tightening, this suture can be placed.  I have placed them in the brow, face, neck, chest, hands, arms, knees, thighs, abdomen and buttocks.  There is no downtime and you can drive yourself.  My patients and I are enjoying the results of this "3D" Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation procedure when combined with laser procedures, Botox & fillers for additional enhancement.  Call for more information (251) 344-0044.
This procedure is not a replacement for a traditional facelift, but will certainly help rejuvenate the aging face prior to the need for a facelift.  Polydioxanone is an absorbable suture that induces collagenesis and neovascularization.  So instead of only relying upon the "pull" of the barbs and their anchor points as obtaining your desired reult, these sutures not only elevate but also revolumize the tissues where they are placed.  The increased volume is notice 4-6 weeks after the treatment and continues to improve the patient's results up to 2 1/2 to 3 years.  Another advantage of the PDO threads is the improvement of the skin's appearance and softness in a few weeks.  In my practice we call this procedure Rejuva Lift because the skin is rejuvenated and lifted and most patient's don't care about the medical/technical term of the suture name.