The shape of the neck is one of the most defining of all facial structures. Its angle and definition can help the jawline and chin stand out and give the impression of youth or make it more obscure and unflattering. The neck influences the perception of the entire lower third of the face.
Who are a good candidate for a neck lift?
Individuals with Excess fat and skin in the lower face that creates jowls Excess fatty deposits under the chin Loose neck skin Muscle banding in the neck, which created abnormal contours.
What people commonly consider a facelift are more accurately described as neck lifts because they primarily change the neck and the jowls. A neck lift is a more focused approach on the lower portion of the face and neck than a full face-lift. There are two fundamental types of facelifts; limited and full. A neck lift is a limited facelift. Both use incisions around the ear but the length of the incisions and what effects they create in the neck and jowls is. Full facelifts are used when the neck problem is more significant. The most powerful changer of both the neck and jowls usually also incorporates liposuction of neck fat and tightening of the platysma neck muscles.
What is the cost of a neck lift?
The average cost of a neck lift is $4,102, according to 2013 statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.