Surgery to Lift The Neck
An elegant neck contour has always represented a youthful appearance. The Virginia Institute, under the direction of Dr. Trang Vo-Nguyen (Dr. V), offers many neck lift procedures and cosmetic techniques for both men and women that want a younger, more vibrant appearance. Neck lift surgery is designed to give better definition to your neck area and under your jaw line while lessening wrinkles and diminishing unsightly “bands”.
As you age, the effects of gravity, stress, genetics, environmental factors, and sun damage can be seen on your face and neck. Your jawline becomes slack while folds and fat deposits settle and an aging neck is usually a combination of excess fat with loose skin and muscle. These factors result in what is known as the “turkey gobbler”, “turkey wattle”, or simply, wobbly neck skin. For patients who only want their neck treated and not the rest of their face, a neck lift is extremely beneficial. Neck lift surgery can correct visible signs of aging by removing excess fat, tightening underlying muscles, and re-contouring the skin of your neck. A neck lift can be performed alone or in conjunction with other procedures such as a facelift, forehead lift, eyelid surgery, or rhinoplasty.
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The results of a necklift are lasting although it does not stop the clock and your face will continue to age with time. If you are interested in learning more about a neck lift, call The Virginia Institute and we will be happy to discuss the procedure with you on an individual basis. If you feel young but your neck is making you look older, you are not alone. Everyone experiences the aging process and it is inevitable that diminished collagen and elastin cause the skin on your neck to sag. Fortunately, the effects of gravity and time can be erased with a neck lift so please contact us today at The Virginia Institute and let us schedule your complimentary consultation. We look forward to hearing from soon.
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