Monothreads In Benfleet

Monothreads In Benfleet

Monothreads treatment in Benfleet, Essex at Monika Advanced Aesthetics. Monothreads, also known as PDO threads are a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure designed to lift and tighten sagging skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and improve overall skin texture.


Mono Eyes/Tear Though  £200

Mono Cheeks £300

Mono Nasolabials £300

Mono Knees £300

Mono Neck £350

Mono Jawline £350

Mono Forehead £350

Mono Stomach/Bum/Thighs from £300

Here are some common areas where monothreads are used:

  1. Cheeks: Monothreads can be used to lift and contour the cheeks, providing a more youthful and defined appearance. They can help improve cheek sagging and restore volume to the mid-face area.
  2. Jawline: Monothreads are often used to tighten and define the jawline, reducing the appearance of jowls and improving jawline contour. This can result in a more sculpted and youthful appearance.
  3. Neck: Monothreads can be used to tighten and lift sagging skin on the neck, reducing the appearance of neck bands and wrinkles. They can help improve neck laxity and redefine the jawline-neck junction.
  4. Eyebrows: Monothreads can be used to lift and elevate the eyebrows, reducing hooded eyelids and creating a more open and refreshed appearance. This can help rejuvenate the upper face and improve overall facial harmony.
  5. Under-Eye Area: Monothreads can be used to improve under-eye bags and dark circles by providing support and lifting to the delicate skin under the eyes. They can help reduce puffiness and smooth out the under-eye area.
  6. Nasolabial Folds: Monothreads can be used to soften and reduce the appearance of nasolabial folds, also known as smile lines or laugh lines. They can help lift and support the skin around the mouth, resulting in a smoother and more youthful appearance.
  7. Body Areas: In addition to facial rejuvenation, monothreads can also be used on various body areas, such as the arms, abdomen, thighs, and buttocks, to tighten and firm loose or sagging skin.

Overall, monothreads are a versatile treatment option for individuals seeking non-surgical rejuvenation and improvement in skin laxity and contour.

Side effects

Here’s a concise summary of potential side effects associated with monothreads:

  1. Bruising, swelling, and discomfort at insertion sites.
  2. Risk of infection, though rare.
  3. Thread migration or displacement.
  4. Rare allergic reactions.
  5. Prolonged recovery in some cases.


Aftercare following monothread treatment is crucial for optimal results and to minimize potential side effects. Here’s a concise guide to monothread aftercare:

  1. Hands Off: Keep your hands away from the treated area to prevent infection or displacement.
  2. Easy on Facial Expressions: Try to minimize exaggerated facial movements for a few days post-treatment to allow the threads to settle.
  3. Cool Down: Apply cold packs intermittently to reduce swelling and discomfort.
  4. Mild Pain Relief: Take over-the-counter pain relievers as directed for any discomfort.
  5. Rest and Elevate: Avoid vigorous activities and sleep with your head elevated to reduce swelling.
  6. Follow Instructions: Stick to your provider’s advice for optimal recovery and results.
  7. Shield from Sun: Protect your skin from the sun with clothing or sunscreen to avoid complications.
  8. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water to aid in healing and maintain skin health.
  9. Patience is Key: Results take time, so be patient and trust the process.

With these steps, you can support your skin’s recovery and enjoy the benefits of your monothread treatment.