If you want to get rid of that annoying extra skin fat, you are an excellent candidate for a neck lift. Loose, sagging, and fatty skin are all signs of an aging body and face. Sometime, neck fat can increase after weight gain, weight loss, but is often the result of heredity, gravity, and age.
What is a neck lift for?
A neck lift works to improve, tighten, and modify the neck muscles and connective tissue. A neck lift procedure will enhance your jaw line and help accentuate all the right angles on your face. A neck lift will leave you looking and feeling much younger than you are.
What will happen during a neck lift surgery?
Depending on your present condition and your neck lift goals, Dr. Serebrakian will suggest the best neck lift technique for you. Depending you your situation, liposuction or a facelift may be needed in conjunction with your neck lift in order to deliver the best results. In any case, the underlying neck muscles will become more taut and extra skin is removed. Any technique that Dr. Serebrakian recommends for you will have the same result: a more pronounced jawline and a more youthful appearance. During your neck lift procedure, you may be put under general anesthesia, local anesthesia, or sedation.
If you are looking to improve other aspects of your look, consider some of the other excellent services we offer at Bay Area Laser Cosmetic Surgery Center. For instance, if you have drooping eyelids, blepharoplasty may be right for you. Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are injectable non surgical treatments that deliver a more full and youthful appearance. We also offer Thermage, tattoo removal, skin rejuvenation, tummy tucks, rhinoplasty, breast reductions, breast augmentation, facial implants, Restylane, and others.
To schedule your consultation at Bay Area Laser Cosmetic Surgery Center, call our office today. Reach out to our team by calling the Pinole (East Bay) office at (510) 724-8282 or the Larkspur (North Bay) office at (415) 461-5755. We look forward to serving you!
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