Neck lifting aesthetic surgery, also known as neck lift or lower rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that involves improving the appearance of the neck and jawline by removing excess skin and tightening the underlying muscles. This type of surgery is typically done to reduce the signs of aging or to address the appearance of a double chin.
During the surgery, the plastic surgeon will make incisions behind the ears and under the chin, then remove excess skin and fat from the neck area. The underlying muscles may also be tightened to create a more toned and youthful appearance. The incisions are then closed with sutures, and a dressing or compression garment may be applied to the neck to minimize swelling and support the healing process.
Neck lifting aesthetic surgery can help to improve the appearance of loose or sagging skin, wrinkles, and excess fat in the neck area. It can also help to enhance facial symmetry and create a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance.
As with any surgical procedure, neck lifting aesthetic surgery carries risks and potential complications. It should only be performed by a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon after a thorough consultation and evaluation of the patient’s health and aesthetic goals. Patients should also have realistic expectations about the outcomes of the surgery and understand that the results may not be permanent.