PDO Threads: Anesthetic cream spreads 20-30 minutes. Mild skin antisepsis is then performed and the dermatologist makes the entry of the threads in the appropriate area with small needles. Depth of application may be for dermis, subcutaneous fat or underlying muscles. The duration of the application depends on the number of threads to be used and is estimated at 10-30 ‘. PDO threads form a support matrix that recovers and supports the facial tissues in a completely safe manner.

COG Threads: The process is similar to PDO, but local anesthesia is required at the entry points of the yarns and sometimes along their length. These threads immediately correct the loosening of the area and promote the production of collagen internally under the skin, which indirectly corrects and prevents relaxation.