Mint Mono Threads are a colourless, bioabsorable artificial polymer which undergoes complete hydrolytic degeneration.
Mint is an absorable polyioxanone (PDO) suture indicated for use in soft tissue approximation and has 30 year long safety tract record used in Orthopaedics and Cardiovascular surgery and for wound closure.
As a safe raw material that completely absorb by the body called hydrolysis. PDO causes minimal tissue reaction and tissue trauma.
Mint is Australia's TGA approved and backed by clinical studies for its efficacy and safety.
PDO Threads are one of the most popular highly effective non surgical, which means to tighten sagging loose skin tissue. These threads dissolve within 3 month (mono & screw) and around the area create collagen, which help to keep our skin strong, voluminous and looking more youthful, threads are used in the face and jawline.
PDO Threads are a synthetic fibre which helps to stimulate new collagen in the treated area.
If you’re feeling well enough, you can return to work after your procedure—as long as your job doesn’t require strenuous exercise. You should avoid strenuous exercise for four weeks after a PDO thread lift.
For the first week, try to sleep on your back so the threads can settle into place. We suggest placing a pillow under your knees to prevent you from rolling onto your side while sleeping. Avoid swimming in pools, spas or the ocean for at least three weeks afterwards as well to ensure the targeted skin has healed. Book in a full consultation to learn more.