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Neck Lift

A neck lift is a surgical procedure designed to address various aesthetic concerns in the neck area, aiming to enhance the overall appearance of the neck and jawline.

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Objectives of Neck Lift Surgery

The goal of a neck lift is to create a smoother, firmer, and more youthful-looking neck and jawline, restoring a sense of confidence and rejuvenation to the individual's appearance.

One of the primary objectives of a neck lift is to remove excess or sagging skin. By removing this excess skin, a neck lift can create a smoother and more youthful neck contour.

The platysma muscles, which run from the jawline down to the collarbone, can become loose or separated with age, contributing to the appearance of neck bands or a lack of definition in the jawline. By tightening these muscles during a neck lift procedure, surgeons can improve neck contour and create a more sculpted jawline.

Furthermore, a neck lift may involve the removal of excess fat deposits, particularly those that contribute to a "double chin" or fullness under the chin. Techniques such as liposuction or direct excision may be employed to address these fat deposits, resulting in a more defined and streamlined neck profile.

Neck Lift in Numbers

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NECK LIFT PROCDEURES

More than 55,000 neck lift procedures are performed annually worldwide

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POPULAR COSMETIC

The procedure is included in the Top 7 most popular cosmetic procedures with men and women, and its popularity is increasing

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PATIENTS

About 80% of those who undergo a neck lift surgery are above the age of 40 years

BEFORE OPERATION

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BEFORE OPERATION

The patient undergoes a comprehensive preoperative assessment, which may include medical tests, imaging studies, and physical examinations to ensure they are in good health for surgery.

They also receive preoperative instructions from their surgeon, which may include guidelines for fasting, medications to avoid, and lifestyle adjustments.

DURING OPERATION

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DURING OPERATION

The surgeon makes incisions strategically placed behind the ears and/or under the chin to access the underlying neck tissues. The incision locations are carefully planned to minimize visible scarring.

Depending on the patient's specific concerns, the surgeon may perform various techniques, such as tightening the underlying muscles (platysma), removing excess fat through liposuction or direct excision, and trimming excess skin.

AFTER OPERATION

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AFTER OPERATION

Patients are monitored in a recovery area until they are stable and alert.

They receive detailed postoperative instructions from their surgeon, including guidance on wound care, activity restrictions, and when to follow up for suture removal and postoperative appointments.

Neck Lift
  • Name
  • Diana
  • Operation
  • Neck Lift
  • Date
  • 5/18/2023
  • Netherland
  • DETAILS
  • Combination Procedures; Neck Lift with Face Lift
Neck Lift
  • Name
  • Alber
  • Operation
  • Neck Lift
  • Date
  • 11/24/2022
  • USA
  • DETAILS
  • Double Chin, Liposuction

REMARKABLE CHANGES

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NECK LIFT METHODS

Neck lift surgery encompasses various techniques aimed at addressing specific concerns in the neck and jawline area.

Cervicoplasty

This technique focuses on removing excess skin in the neck area. The surgeon makes incisions behind the ears and/or under the chin to access the underlying tissues, then trims away the surplus skin to create a smoother and firmer neck contour.

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Platysmaplasty

The platysma muscles in the neck can become lax with age, leading to the formation of neck bands or a "turkey neck" appearance.

Platysmaplasty involves tightening these muscles to improve neck contour and reduce the appearance of bands. This can be done through various approaches, such as muscle plication or submental incisions.

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Liposuction

Excess fat deposits under the chin or along the jawline can contribute to a double chin or fullness in the neck area. Liposuction is often used to remove these fat deposits, resulting in a more defined and sculpted neck profile. It can be performed alone or in combination with other neck lift techniques.

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Submentoplasty

This technique combines cervicoplasty and platysmaplasty to address both excess skin and muscle laxity in the neck. It may involve repositioning or tightening the platysma muscles, as well as removing excess skin through carefully placed incisions.

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Deep Plane Neck Lift

This advanced technique focuses on repositioning the deeper tissues of the neck, including the muscles, fat pads, and connective tissue, to achieve more significant and long-lasting results. It offers comprehensive rejuvenation of the neck and jawline, addressing multiple signs of aging simultaneously.

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Neck Lift Procedure

The duration of a neck lift procedure can vary depending on the specific techniques used, the extent of the surgery, and whether it is performed in conjunction with other procedures. However, in general;

Procedure Duration

2-4 hours

Anesthesia

General or Local Anesthesia

Recovery Time

2-3 months

Expected Results

A smoother, firmer neck contour, improved definition of the jawline and reduction of excess skin and fat deposits

Preferred Method

Liposuction

Who Can Have a Neck Lift?

It's a versatile procedure suitable for a wide range of candidates who have specific concerns about the appearance of their neck.


While age is often a factor in considering a neck lift, it's not the sole criterion. Candidates for neck lift surgery come from diverse age groups, as concerns about neck aesthetics can arise at any stage of life. Younger individuals may seek a neck lift to address genetic predispositions or lifestyle factors contributing to neck laxity.


In addition to age, candidates should be in good health and have realistic expectations about the outcomes of the procedure. 

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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