PDO Thread Lift

Look Younger Instantly!

PDO Thread Lift is the latest and revolutionary treatment for skin tightening and lifting, as well as for V-shaping the face. These threads are made of PDO (polydioxanone) material, which is the material similar to the threads used in surgical stitches. When inserted, PDO continuously stimulates collagen synthesis under the skin.

The threads can also shape the face by lifting and supporting sagging structures. PDO threads are absorbable and disappear after 4-6 months. The effect will continue for another 10-14 months.

Benefits and Indications:

  • Safe (no antigenic or pyrogenic reactions)
  • No special preparation before treatment
  • Instant effect (results are noticed immediately or within 4-6 weeks)
  • Efficient
  • No visible scars or cuts
  • Completely absorbable
  • Repeat procedure possible
  • Threads are not visible or felt by the patient

Target Areas:

  • forehead lines
  • flaccid tissue
  • lower eyelid
  • cheeks
  • smile lines
  • mouth corners
  • skin furrows/wrinkles (neck and cheek)
  • jowls (double chin)
  • cleavage

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Marek Gawrysz, MD

Marek Gawrysz, MD

I earned my medical degree from the Medical Academy in Krakow (Collegium Medicum of the Jagiellonian University), Poland in 1978. One of the oldest and most venerated centers for medical study in the world. My training requirements were fulfilled at the Medical Academy in Krakow, Poland, Swedish Covenant Hospital and Columbus-Cuneo-Cabrini Medical Center in Chicago.

I am board certified in both Family Practice and Anti-aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine, with a fellowship in the latter. I have been practicing medicine for 40 years.

I received the People's Choice, Most Compassionate Doctor award in . . .

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American Academy of Anti-Aging MedicineFellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative & Functional MedicineAmerican Academy of Family PhysiciansAmerican Board of Physician SpecialtiesJagiellonian UniversityPolish-American Medical Society