Chronology Threads ® is a range of premium threads, with ergonomic cones and sealed tip cannulas to improve thread glide.

Chronology Threads®  has obtained CE, GMP, ISO 13485: 2016 and KFDA certifications, among others.

They are absorbable Polydioxanone threads for minimally invasive medical-aesthetic treatments.

The extensive catalog of Chronology Threads ®  includes threads and methods for lifting and remodeling the facial oval and improving body flaccidity.


This is a new and innovative technique that provides the benefits of a non-surgical intervention with a quick recovery. Polydioxanone is a totally iodegradable material that has been in use for a long time in cardiac surgery and other specialties, being totally biocompatible.

In this process, the threads are inserted into the deep connective tissue, adhere to the subcutaneous tissue and, when correctly positioned, create tension in the desired direction. This produces a slight stretching of the subcutaneous tissue and the skin, which is confirmed a few days
after the natural increase in connective tissue (increase in collagen and fibrosis).

The threads are absorbed after a certain period of time depending on the type and thickness of
the threads.

After the absorption of the thread the results will remain visible for a long period.


The absorbable threads are inserted into the subcutaneous layer of the skin and remain implanted in it once the cannula or needle is removed.

By inserting needles with absorbable thread into the deepest layers of the skin, mechanical stimulation of the natural regeneration process, wound healing and tissue contraction is activated.


  • Stress reduction compared to other treatments.
  • No visible scars.
    Immediate recovery.
  • Short treatment time (approx. 15-40 min.).
  • Minimal pain and swelling.
  • The result is visible immediately after the intervention.
  • Elevation and tightening of the tissue, improvement of the facial oval and facial and body skin flaccidity.


Front | eyebrow | cheeks | Neck | Neckline | Inner area of ​​the arm | hands | Knees | Inner thigh area | buttocks | Abdomen



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