“First Lift” Thread
First Lift (Multi-Puncture Filaments) is an absolute novelty on the aesthetic medicine market and an ideal way to regain a natural, young appearance.
The soluble PDO threads used during the treatment have a great impact on the condition and tension of the skin, providing an immediate and lasting effect. This is a spectacular treatment that combines revitalization at the cellular level with wrinkle reduction and gentle lifting.
First Lift threads can be applied almost all over the body – they serve to improve facial skin, neck and neckline as well as bust, buttocks, abdomen or even the legs. Unlike traditional lifting, First Lift technology does not require a scalpel, it is fast, safe and almost non-invasive. Made of soluble PDO (Polydioxanone), First Lift threads are being absorbed for up to 8 months and the effects of the treatment last about 2 years.
The PDO thread system was created five years ago in South Korea and is now used in many countries – Japan, USA, Brazil, Russia and Western Europe. The product is CE certified and can be used throughout the European Union.
Polydioxanone (PDO) is a strong synthetic fibre consisting of one or two poly-filaments- twisted solid fibres, which dissolve after some time in the tissue.
Polydioxanone is a well-known and widely used thread for many years. So far, it was mainly used for the production of cutaneous and subcutaneous thread used in plastic surgery, gastroenterology, urology, gynaecology, ophthalmology.
Indications for use
Facial: vertical and horizontal wrinkles on the forehead, facelift, lowered outer edges of the eyebrows; flabby, soft tissue, drooping eyebrows, lower eyelid – sockets, cheeks, prominent nasopharyngeal folds, cheek-jaw groove, chin fold, pupil fold, V-lifting, drooping cheeks and area under the lower jaw, skin folds on the cheek, wrinkled cheeks.
On the body: wrinkles around and on the neck, firming and shaping of the breast, tissue relaxation and stretch marks on the buttocks, abdomen, arms and legs, skin and subcutaneous tissue (especially after liposuction), obesity – arms, abdomen, ribs.