Micro neck liposuction vs neck lift surgery


As we age, our bodies don’t produce as much collagen, which causes our skin to lose its firmness and shape. In addition, the thin skin of the neck can sag, creating the illusion of a “turkey neck”. Several surgeries can work around the décolleté to reduce the signs of aging and make you look younger and more elegant. The skin on the décolleté (as well as the rest of the face) begins to sag as our skin loses its elasticity.

Many people notice saggy skin, muscle laxity, and excess fat in the neck area. Neck lift and chin or neck microliposuction both define and sculpt the neckline. Yet, they work in a variety of ways, and one operation may be better suited to your needs than another.

What neck contour options do I have?

A wide or loose jaw is a feature of the face that can make people look older. In addition, poor neck contours can have a substantial impact on the appearance of the face. Many clinics offer several procedures to restore facial contours and correct sagging skin around the jawbone.

A neck lift or liposuction done alone or in conjunction with other treatments can dramatically improve your appearance with little downtime. Let’s take a look below.

Neck liposuction

The accumulation of fat under the chin and décolleté is extracted using a cannula connected to a vacuum during neck liposuction. Patients with excellent skin elasticity are excellent candidates for this procedure. Younger patients whose skin still has enough spring to tighten on its own. During regular inspection, the doctor can determine this quality.

Customers concerned about intractable neck fat rather than skin laxity, wrinkles, or excessive sagging can choose Neck Lipo.

Liposuction sculpts a younger, sculpted neck and jawbone by removing fat from the subcutaneous tissue layer of the neck. If you have excess neck fat but decent skin and muscle tone, you are a good candidate for neck liposuction. If your skin and muscle tone are sagging, you will likely need a neck lift. During your consultation, the specialist will be able to determine this.

One of the most common liposuction treatments in cosmetic surgery today is neck liposuction. If necessary, it can be combined with additional treatments, such as a facelift, blepharoplasty or chin augmentation.

A 3mm incision is made under the chin and behind each earlobe during liposuction. Then our “extra wet” solution is sprayed onto the area to be molded. Then a thin liposuction cannula is placed through these tiny incisions to remove excess fat and sculpt a better neck shape.

The technique uses ultrasonic liposuction equipment to emulsify the fat before it is removed and tighten the overlying skin in people with an intermediate skin tone.

Neck lift

A neck lift involves the removal of extra skin and the elevation and repositioning of sagging skin. Neck lift surgery restores support and tightens neck muscles while removing excess skin and adjusting skin laxity in the neck.

It is recommended for people with moderate to severe sagging or a “turkey neck”. Middle-aged men and women are typical candidates for neck lift.

Excess skin is removed and sagging neck muscles are tightened during a neck lift.

If the skin on your neck and your platysmic muscles are loose, you will likely need a neck lift. During your consultation, your doctor will be determined and will discuss it with you. There are a few possibilities available here. For example, a neck lift includes fat remodeling, lifting and tightening of platysmic muscles, skin lifting and redistribution, and skin removal.

The surgeon injects incisions behind each ear to loosen the skin of the neck from the underlying platysmic muscles during a neck lift.

Then squeeze out the excess fat before suturing the fascia at the outer margins of the platysma muscles on both sides of the neck to lift and tighten them. Dangling platysma muscles provide a durable and natural shape in the neck, creating a ‘hammock’ feeling.

Combined procedures

In some circumstances, a mixture of techniques is the most effective way to achieve exceptional results. For example, many patients combine neck operations with other procedures, such as a face lift, rhinoplasty, or chin augmentation, to achieve optimal aesthetic results with the shortest recovery time.

For optimal patient outcome, the appearance of the face can often be altered in more than one region – and with combined surgery, there is less cumulative downtime and maximum benefit.

To conclude

Neck liposuction can be a good option if you suffer from excess fat in your chin and neck area. A neck lift may be a better alternative for you if your skin is particularly sagging and sagging. These alternatives are based on the unique characteristics of a person discussed in more depth in a private session.

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