“Neck Tightening”: aging starts from the day we’re born. While gravity takes its toll on our skin, cigarette use, sunlight, stress, weight gain, and many other factors may impair skin quality and accelerate sagging. Those effects could be reserved with neck surgery, a highly effective operation performed under general anesthesia to tighten the skin in the neck and improve the overall appearance.
The type of surgery to be done in the region is determined by the amount of fat surplus and the level of sagging. Laser liposuction/VASER application is beneficial in the cases of minor sagging. However, if you have severe sagging and excess skin, it is essential that the excess skin be removed.
The patient is followed up for 1 day in the hospital after the surgery. It is advised to use a face mask for the first 2-3 days. Swelling and edema in the face area will disappear within 7-10.
The neck is one of the first places where signs of age appear.
Additionally, sun damage or severe weight loss may contribute to the skin on a person’s neck that looks loose and flabby.
If your neck appears to have lost its natural elasticity and loosening, or if there is an excess of skin or fat that you wish to remove.
How is neck and chin lift and neck lift performed?
The neck lift is done by removing excess skin and fat deposits from the neck area, and by restructuring the underlying muscles.
The surgeon makes incisions under your chin or behind your ears, depending on the degree of laxity.
There is often some pain or discomfort in the hours and days after surgery.
The best way to reduce swelling after a neck lift is to apply a flexible chin wrap or massage the area.
This procedure is, in and of itself, one of the safest and safest procedures in plastic surgery.
In fact, with advances made in surgical technology over the past decade.
Modern neck lift surgery can be performed with minimal incisions and scarring while producing exceptional results that look natural.
Side effects of neck and chin lift surgery:
The scars after neck lift surgery tend to be short and hidden under your chin, although sometimes they are long and visible. This is related to the neck lift technique, but it can be camouflaged. If you are prone to excessive scarring, ask your doctor what you can do to reduce your scarring.
There will be slight pain after neck and chin lift surgery.
Numbness may occur. You may also notice a change in how your face moves, tightness, tingling, sharp intermittent pains, or a cold sensation. These feelings are fleeting and usually subside within the first few weeks.
Swelling and bruising are common after neck lift surgery, but improvement should begin within a few days.