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Neck Lift


A neck lift surgery is a procedure used to rejuvenate the jaw line and neck. The natural, youthful contours of the neck and face are distorted by environmental factors, gravity, genetics, and way of life. Although the entire face and neck are typically deformed at the same time, the upper and midface regions may occasionally remain intact.

Alternatively the neck region might be the patient's sole complaint. Patients with jowl deformity are scheduled for surgery to address necrosis, sagging jaw appearance, and wrinkles on the neck skin.

Before Neck Lift Aesthetics

Prior to neck lift surgery, the most common issues include wrinkles in the neck, loose skin in the neck, marked "platysma," excess skin and subcutaneous fat accumulation in the lower face, under the chin and neck, "jowl" deformity, and a vertical appearance.

After speaking with the doctor, blood thinner medications should be stopped one week before surgery.

During Neck Lift Aesthetics

General anesthesia is used during the neck lift procedure. If necessary, tiny incisions under the chin and around the ears are used to remove extra skin and fat. The muscles in the neck that are the thinnest are the platysma muscles. Erasing the loose, wrinkled skin gives the contours a younger appearance.

A neck lift is frequently paired with other facial rejuvenation procedures. For instance, brow lifts, face lifts, upper or lower blepharoplasty, and injections of facial fat.

After Neck Lift Aesthetics

It is typical to have edema and swelling for a week following a neck lift procedure. After a week, patients can resume their regular activities. Numerous non-surgical techniques are available to rejuvenate the neck. But their effects are only momentary. A neck lift is a long-term fix.

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