Neck Lift Surgery
A neck lift is a plastic surgery procedure that may be performed alone but is often part of a facelift procedure with an additional small incision under the chin. The neck muscles, glands and fat are repositioned through this access incision to produce a harmonious pleasing neck contour.
At Artiste Plastic Surgery a neck lift is performed for the following reasons:
- As part of a facelift procedure
- To rejuvenate the neck
- To form a youthful cervico-mental angle (Chin and Neck relationship)
- To address active Platysma bands
- To create a more pleasing aesthetic appearance of the neck
NECK LIFT SURGERY PROCEDURES:
Neck Lift Alone
In few cases a patient may seek only a neck lift to address:
- Cervical skin laxity
- Fat deposits in the neck region
This can be achieved with liposuction alone with the addition of a sub-mental and/or short post-auricular incision to address excess cervical laxity.
Neck Lift as Part of a Facelift
A sub-mental incision (in addition to the facelift incision) is used to access the neck structures. The following can be performed depending on anatomy and age changes:
- Removal of fat (Supra-platysma, Sub-platysma)
- Trimming of Digastric muscles
- Trimming of Submandibular gland
- Platsymaplasty (suturing of muscle together)
- Platsyma-myotomy (incising of the muscle to rid of active bands)
- Removal of excess skin through the facelift incision
57 Year Old Neck Lift
60 Year Old Neck Lift
64 Year Old Neck Lift
You will feel:
Neck Lift and Mini Lift Packages
Artiste Ultimate Neck Lift
Artiste Signature Neck Lift
Artiste Neck Sculpt
The procedure will be illustrated in detail and you will be given a detailed instruction sheet on expected post-operative course and potential complications during your consultation with Dr Jack Zoumaras.
It is recommended that you are a stable weight for at least 3-6 months to obtain the best possible results.
It is advised to stop smoking at least 6 weeks before and after surgery.
Results vary and are illustrated as a guide only. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. These risks will be discussed with you in detail. A second opinion is beneficial and advised.