Necklift

A necklift is a surgical procedure which improves the loose skin and muscles in the neck area.  The surgical technique involves elevation of the skin together with tightening of the muscles ( platysma muscles) which have sagged over time.   Compared to all techniques including non-surgical methods the necklift is the most effective procedure at rejuvenating the neck and in doing so it provides the best longevity. This procedure is usually combined with some form of facelift addressing the jawline at the same time.

If the muscles of the neck are very loose and cause vertical bands then a tightening of the platysma muscles is required.  Occasionally some liposuction or direct fat removal may be needed to reduce the fat excess in the neck and this provides further benefit in improving the contour of the neck under the chin and jawline.

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PROCEDURE OVERVIEW
Anaesthetic
Local or general
Surgery time
2 hours
Hospital stay
1 night
Time off work
2 weeks
Full recovery
6 weeks
Best results
3 to 6 months
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