Neck Lift

Can You Get a Neck Lift and a Facelift at the Same Time?

When it comes to aging symptoms, sometimes our faces and necks can be the biggest giveaways that we’re getting older. That’s why plenty of patients want to know: “Is there a way I can treat facial aging and neck aging at the same time?”

The answer is yes – with a combined neck lift and facelift. These two surgeries can treat drooping muscles that can be the underlying cause of sagging skin. By correcting and repositioning the muscles, a neck lift and a facelift can tighten and tone skin, while minimizing the appearance of deep lines and wrinkles. View More Patient Results

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What Are the Benefits of Getting a Neck Lift and a Facelift at the Same Time?

There are plenty of benefits to combining both a neck lift and a facelift, including:

  • Enhanced, more natural-looking results. Rather than just minimizing aging in one area and leaving the other untreated, a combined neck lift and facelift can treat aging symptoms at the same time, thus creating more natural and symmetrical results.
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By | 2020-05-29T09:46:39-07:00 May 27th, 2020|

8 Tips for Recovering from a Neck Lift

Interested in neck lift surgery, but not sure what to expect from your recovery?

We’ve got you. Here are eight neck lift recovery tips that can help you enjoy your results faster. View More Patient Results

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8 Neck Lift Recovery Tips You Need to Know

1. Follow your plastic surgeon’s pre-surgery plan.

Before you even engage in your neck lift recovery process, your plastic surgeon will provide you with a post-op recovery plan about one week before your surgery. This plan will include tips to have a successful recovery, as well as a schedule of follow-up appointments you should attend after your procedure.

2. Enlist help during your first few days after surgery.

Thanks to the aftereffects of general anesthesia, you’ll be pretty groggy after your neck lift surgery. Have a trusted friend or family member drive you home after your procedure. If you live alone, schedule people to come in and check on you to make sure you’re okay during the first 48 hours of recovery.

3. Prep meals and entertainment for your recovery.

It’s worth preparing a few days’ worth of meals and entertainment, as you’ll be limited to your couch or bed during the […]

By | 2020-10-23T08:48:49-07:00 December 22nd, 2019|

How Much Does a Male Neck Lift Cost?

Aging concerns aren’t just for women; in fact, more men than ever are discovering that popular surgeries – like a neck lift – can help them look younger, more rejuvenated, and ready to take on whatever the day may bring.

You definitely count yourself as among the growing population of men interested in surgery. But when it comes to the male neck lift, how much will it impact your wallet? Exactly how much does a male neck lift cost?

Average Cost of a Male Neck Lift

Good news: The cost of a male neck lift is identical to the cost of a neck lift performed on a woman. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of a neck lift in 2018 was $5,242.

It’s important to note that this figure does not include additional fees like surgical center costs, anesthesia, and prescription medications. The final cost of your male neck lift surgery may also be influenced by the city you live in, as well as the experience of the plastic surgeon performing the procedure.

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By | 2020-08-14T10:02:52-07:00 August 24th, 2019|

How Much Does a Neck Lift Cost?

Are you interested in undergoing neck lift surgery to correct sagging neck muscles and skin – but not sure how much it could cost you?

Wonder no more: We’ve broken down the average neck lift cost, including what to expect from your consultation. View More Patient Results

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How Much Does a Neck Lift Cost?

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of a neck lift in 2018 was $5,242. This cost did not include fees associated with surgical centers, prescription medications, or anesthesia.

Neck lift costs can vary based on location and the plastic surgeon’s experience levels, so you may find that your total cost is higher or lower than the national average.

What to Expect from Your Neck Lift Consultation

One of the best ways to find out how much your specific neck lift will cost is to schedule a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon. Think of this session as your chance to interview your plastic surgeon, ask questions about the procedure, and get a general vibe […]

By | 2020-07-31T10:32:46-07:00 May 18th, 2019|

Neck Lift vs. Kybella: What’s Right for Me?

Good news: There are a lot of treatments out there designed to help you get a slimmer and more youthful-looking neck.

Bad news: It’s sometimes hard to know which one to choose for your specific needs.

That’s why we’ve broken down two of the most popular neck treatments (neck lift vs. Kybella), including how they work and the best candidates for each procedure. View More Patient Results

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Kybella for a Double Chin

If you have a persistent double chin despite eating right and exercising, Kybella could be the best option for you.

Here’s how it works: Kybella is a new FDA-approved injection that contains deoxycholic acid. Once injected into the submental tissue (which is located underneath the chin), this main ingredient gets to work dissolving away stubborn fat cells. Over time, the cells are flushed from the body via natural waste removal processes, leaving behind a more contoured and slimmer-looking jawline.

Kybella is the best option for you if you’re more concerned about excess jawline fat, rather than sagging skin. The best candidates have excellent […]

By | 2019-06-12T04:02:09-07:00 April 10th, 2019|

What’s the Difference Between a Face Lift and a Neck Lift?

For people with moderate to severe signs of aging, facial creams and serums just aren’t enough to counteract loose skin, wrinkles, and volume loss. That’s why surgical treatments – like a neck lift and a face lift – are more effective for significant aging symptoms. These procedures tackle signs of aging at a deep structural level, leading to highly visible results that can last for longer than 10 years.

But what exactly is the difference between a face lift and a neck lift? And how do you know which one is right for you?

All About the Face Lift

The facelift is a surgical procedure that’s ideal for patients who have significant facial sagging. During the facelift procedure, your plastic surgeon will make incisions behind the ears and around the hairline to access facial muscles. These muscles are pulled taut, and excess skin is trimmed away to help highlight these new contours.

You’re likely a good candidate for a face lift if you have significant facial sagging, as well as deep lines and wrinkles. To see how you’d appear after a facelift, place your […]

By | 2018-02-28T14:08:06-08:00 February 28th, 2018|

Am I a Good Candidate For a Neck Lift?

A neck lift, although often combined with a facelift or rhytidectomy, can sometimes be performed alone in appropriate patient. A neck lift is an excellent solution for women and men who may be frustrated at sagging or excessive wrinkling along the neck.  The best candidates also may be concerned that their aging neck no longer matches their youthful-looking faces.

It’s no surprise that many people undergo a neck lift when they’re still pleased with their facial appearance.  The neck experiences a lot more of the repetitive movements that can lead to wrinkles and stubborn lines.  One popular example of this in action is the recent phenomenon of “text neck.”  As many of us tend to spend a great deal of time on our phones, we’re constantly craning our necks to look at our smartphones.  As a result of this repetitive action, many people are starting to see new wrinkles and lines pop up.

If you’re otherwise happy with your facial appearance (i.e. not ready for a facelift), a neck lift may be the best treatment if your concern is mainly with sagging skin underneath your chin and neck.

What are some other signs that you’re a good candidate for a neck lift?  Take a look:

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By | 2018-10-16T01:21:22-07:00 June 9th, 2017|
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