Neck Lift

In addition to preventing the signs of aging in the jaw line and neck, neck lift surgery decreases the appearance caused by a variety of factors.

Surgery to lift the neck, also known as a lower face lift, prevents signs of aging in the jawline and neck, and decreases unwanted appearances caused by various factors such as gravity, sun damage, smoking, and stress.

Besides neck lift surgery, other rejuvenation operations include eyebrow lifting, eyelid surgery, fat transfer, and correction of drooping or frowning eyebrows.

How is Neck Lift Surgery Performed?

There are two types of neck lift surgery: general anesthesia and local anesthesia. With general anesthesia, the patient is kept asleep and comfortable during the procedure. The neck muscles are tightened, the incisions are closed after excess skin and fat are removed. With local anesthesia, the patient is kept awake and comfortable during the procedure. Small incisions are made around the ear, behind and under the chin.

It is also possible to apply non-surgical rejuvenation treatments as an alternative to neck lift surgery. However, it does not provide the same results as neck lift surgery, but only delays this period. Furthermore, it can be used to complement neck lift surgery.

What Happens After Neck Lift Surgery?

  • The patient is kept under  the supervision of doctors in the hospital for 1 night after the operation.
  • After the operation, the patient may feel tension in the neck region, the pain is usually at a level that does not cause discomfort.
  • Bruises and pain disappear after two weeks. However, it may take about three months for the swelling to go down.
  • Precaution should be taken such as not to lift heavy in the first weeks, which are critical in the healing process. This warning also applies to children and pets.
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