Matrix PDO Threads

Mono threads are smooth on the surface and are used to address specific areas of the face and body where you would like to improve skin elasticity, skin texture and tightening. Matrix mono threads come in a wide range of sizes to address all parts of the face and body.

Mono threads have become another method of tightening and thickening skin. Mono threads differ from thread lifts which use long barbed threads to lift skin, however, they can still provide an improvement of fine lines and wrinkles by gradually stimulating natural collagen production.

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Smoothing Wrinkles

Matrix Mono Threads are a type of single PDO filament. These threads are smooth and made without barbs which are minimally invasive. Many times, Matrix Mono Threads are inserted into the skin in a mesh-like pattern to achieve maximum tightening effects.

After entering the skin, the threads activate collagen synthesis for a gradual skin tightening and skin rejuvenation effect. While Matrix Mono Threads tighten the skin, they do not significantly lift it.

These skin tightening treatments can be used to rejuvenate collagen treating neck sagginess, forehead lines, and facial wrinkles. The threads can also add volume to the cheeks and an average ofl0 to 30 Matrix Mono Threads is typically used for each individual treatment area.

Matrix Double screw threads

Matrix Screw Threads have 7-2 intertwined threads which provide volume to the treated area. For patients who only desire skin tightening and rejuvenation.

Where can mono threads be used?

  • Upper and lower cheeks
  • Forehead and brows
  • Neck and jawline
  • Nose to mouth lines
  • Marionette lines
  • Arms
  • Buttocks
  • Stomach
  • Thighs

Matrix Frequently asked question

Mono threads are smooth on the surface and are used to address specific areas of the face and body where you would like to improve skin elasticity, skin texture and tightening. Matrix mono threads come in a wide range of sizes to address all parts of the face and body.

How does Matrix PDO Threads tightening work?

Matrix PDO Threads induces production of collagen, creating a tightening effect for 6-12 months after your procedure. The threads become a support structure for your face, allowing natural collagen production to take place.

What happens during Matrix PDO Thread Treatment?

After receiving a topical anaesthetic, Matrix PDO Threads will be inserted using a micro-needle or cannula. The treatment is a very customised procedure, and your healthcare professional will work closely with you in order to achieve optimal results. Also worth noting is that Matrix PDO Thread treatments don’t involve any sort of incision, meaning stitches are not required.

When will I see results?

You will begin to see results in 6 weeks which continue to improve over the next 2 to 6 months as new collagen is produced. Although the Matrix PDO Threads will slowly dissolve, you’ll continue to see results for up to 12 months.

Does the procedure hurt?

Topical anaesthetic will be applied before the Matrix Mono Thread treatment, so you experience minimal discomfort during the procedure. You may experience a firm feeling and some tenderness in the area that has been treated for a few days after the procedure.

How long does the Matrix Thread treatment take?

The time of the treatment will vary based upon factors, such as the size of the area being treated, but will take anywhere between 30-60 minutes.

What is the downtime for this procedure?

A Matrix Mono Thread treatment may produce swelling and bruising in the area that has been treated, these side effects will subside.

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Matrix Long Threads

Long threads are commonly used for lifting in the lower face, the jowl line, the jaw, the brow and less commonly in the neck. Long threads are sometimes known as barbed or cog threads. These type of threads are used in thread lifts.

Long threads are also sometimes called cog or barbed threads as they have barbs along the surface of the thread. These barbs help to hold the skin up, creating the lift that you get with these types of threads.

A thread lift is a “walk in, walk out” non surgical procedure and the downtime is minimal. The most common side effects are swelling, bruising and some puckering in the treated area. All of these are transient and will subside within days.

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Mono threads are smooth on the surface and are used to address specific areas of the face and body where you would like to improve skin elasticity, skin texture and tightening. Matrix mono threads come in a wide range of sizes to address all parts of the face and body.

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