Body Esthetic Medicine

Tensor Wires

‌The tensor wires is a recent non-surgical lifting method that allows you to combat the laws of gravity and help you regain lost firmness.


The application of Polydioxanone (PDO) wires is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure with immediate results. In addition to the reduction of wrinkles and cutaneous flaccidity, produced by the support vector network formed by the threads, this method favors the production of collagen, which translates into an increase in the vitality, elasticity, and luminosity of the skin.


The duration of the procedure is about 30 minutes, under local anesthesia, without incisions or stitches, which results in the absence of scars or marks. The wires are imperceptible, causing no ripples in the body and are not visible or palpable.


Elevation of body tissues is observed immediately, however, the final result is reached within 40 to 60 days, which corresponds to the period of accommodation of the yarns in the tissues. The results obtained have a duration of about 18 to 24 months.