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Neck Lift Surgery in Turkey

neck lift in Turkey, or lower rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that improves visible signs of aging in the jawline and neck.

What neck lift surgery can treat

  • Excess fat and skin relaxation in the lower face that creates jowls
  • Excess fatty deposits under the chin
  • Loose neck skin
  • Muscle banding in the neck, which created abnormal contours

The loss of youthful contours in the face and neck can be due to a variety of factors, including heredity, gravity, environmental conditions and stress.

When the neck area doesn’t match the upper facial appearance, a neck lift may be a good solution.

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What neck lift surgery can’t do

As a restorative surgery, a neck lift does not change your fundamental appearance and cannot stop the aging process.

A neck lift can only be performed surgically; nonsurgical rejuvenation treatments cannot achieve the same results, but may help delay the time at which a neck lift becomes appropriate and complement the results of surgery.

 

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Anesthesia

Medications are administered for your comfort during the surgical procedure. The choices include intravenous sedation and general anesthesia. Your doctor will recommend the best choice for you.
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The incision

Depending on the degree of change you'd like to see, your neck lift choices include a traditional neck lift incision or a limited incision neck lift.
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Closing the incisions

Incision lines are closed with sutures and perhaps skin glue. Sutures may be dissolving, or may need to be removed after a few days. Once healed, the incision lines from a neck lift are usually well concealed within the hairline and in the natural contours of the ear.
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See the results

The visible improvements of a neck lift appear as swelling and bruising subside. Your final neck lift result should not only restore a more youthful and rested appearance, but also help you feel more confident about yourself.

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Neck Lift Surgery Post-Op Instructions

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First 24 Hours After A Necklift

  • Immediately after the plastic surgery, a compression dressing is placed around your face and head to reduce any swelling. This will most often be removed the following morning.

  • In the first 24 hours, make sure you have a responsible family member or friend stay with you. Movement will be difficult but the soreness and pain in the incision areas can be managed with the pain medications recommended by your plastic surgeon.

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Week 1

  • During the first week after your neck lift, get plenty of rest. Short walks at home are often recommended to promote blood flow. In addition, wear loose-fitting comfortable clothes.

  • Vigorous activities should be avoided in the first few weeks, even after you have returned to work. Your plastic surgeon will be able to advise when it is safe to return to your exercise regimen.

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Week 2-4

  • Bruising will mostly subside by the second week after the neck lift but the swelling will take a little longer. It will fade away gradually over several weeks.

  • It is important to be particularly alert to any signs of pus at the incision sites, persistent pain or fever. Get in touch with your plastic surgeon immediately if you have any recovery concerns.

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Neck Lift Results

Neck lift results typically improve during the weeks following the surgery and may continue to do so even after the healing is completed. Most patients will achieve optimal results within six months of the surgery.

By following your plastic surgeon’s post-op care instructions such as refraining from smoking, drinking or other habits that could hamper your recovery, you will achieve your desired results much faster.

How long will my neck lift results last?

Following the neck lift, you will experience incredible results including tighter and firmer neck skin and a more defined jaw line. These results can last for ten years or more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the “XYZ” neck lift worth it?

Many plastic surgeons have trademarked or branded their neck lift techniques, but in reality these names are just for marketing. The best neck lift surgeons tailor each surgery to the specific needs of each patient without any specific branded name. One neck lift is not necessarily better than another. Be cautious when speaking to a branded or trademarked cosmetic surgeon. Keep in mind that safe and reliable neck lift techniques are used by the entire community of plastic surgeons and are not associated with trademarked or branded names.

Who is a candidate for neck lift surgery?

Neck lift candidates generally have some of the following qualities, but circumstances may vary for each person:

  • Good general health
  • Over 20 years old
  • Weak, receding, or double chin
  • Excess neck skin or fat
  • Jowls or loose skin tissue along jaw line
  • Time for recovery after surgery

As a facial plastic surgeon, Pixl Clinic will tailor the neck lift appropriate for you. The neck lift is customized to your degree of facial aging, underlying anatomy, and most importantly your personal goals. Some patients require a limited or mini lift, while other patients would benefit from a full facelift or traditional lift. Only after a comprehensive evaluation can we help determine appropriate options for you.

Where are the incisions placed for a neck lift?

Neck lifts typically require a small incision under the chin. This chin incision is well hidden in a natural crease and is used largely to access fat in the neck for liposuction, chin augmentation, or neck muscle tightening.

Additional incisions may be made behind the ears for patients who undergo neck liposuction or a facelift. The facelift incision may be anywhere from the temple, side burns, around the ear, and/or upper neck. The incision location and length varies largely based on the age of the patient and how much lift an individual needs. Pixl Clinic will minimize the incision but maximize the lift, without creating an unnatural appearance. The facelift incision, regardless of exact location, fades over time.

What are the different types of neck lift?

A neck lift may be performed via a chin implant, neck liposuction, or as part of a facelift.

What is the platysma?

The platysma is a thin layer or sheet of muscle in the neck. The platysma muscle sags with age and contributes to the appearance of “bands” in the central neck area. The platysma is continuous with the SMAS (superficial musculo-aponeurotic system), a layer of fat and muscle tissue just under the skin surface of the face. Modification of the SMAS is the main component of most facelift surgery, not just the skin. Long-lasting facelift results are obtained by lifting and tightening the SMAS through a variety of techniques.

How long will a neck lift last?

After a neck lift, you should look better than nature intended for the remainder of your life. The aging process continues, however, so wrinkles and sagging skin will reappear years after facial surgery. You should look better than if you had not had the procedure in the first place.

Does insurance cover neck lift surgery?

Pixl Clinic provides the finest in both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery at affordable prices, and participates with most insurance plans. Plastic surgery covers a broad area of medicine, which includes both reconstructive procedures and cosmetic procedures. If your procedure is medically indicated, some portion of the cost may be covered. The office accepts insurance in applicable cases and will, if you wish, contact your insurance company to find out if your procedure will be covered. Insurance coverage varies greatly between patients; however, plastic surgery may be partially or fully covered.