Neck Lift

Although problems of plastic surgery in the neck area are mostly recognized by the progression of age, some problems are structural problems that may disturb patients at a young age.

The problems in the neck area can be divided into two groups as structural and aging problems. When the structural problems are mentioned, the neck area does not have enough protrusion -the small or sufficiently protruding jaw ends- or neck area is too oily. Apart from these structural problems, asymmetry, lack of adequate jaw bones, etc. are the most common structural problems.

The reason why they are called structural problems is that problems can only be seen in young patients. Of course, if these problems are not corrected in the early period, they are added to the changes due to aging due to aging related problems. Changes in the neck area due to aging are due to changes in both the skin and muscle structure, as well as changes in adipose tissue.

Can the neck area be considered separately from the face?

The problems associated with aging act with the rest of the face, unlike the structural problems, so the neck rejuvenation operation should actually be considered with facial rejuvenation.

Anatomically, the lower part of the face and neck are very close and related areas. The principles of aging of the face area also apply to the neck area. The skin loosens and begins to sag, the skin decreases or changes the direction of the fat in the forehead. In addition to the neck, two muscles become visible in the form of vertical bands in the midline. Previously it is seen only when contracting in certain situations, and then it becomes visible in the form of one or two bands on the middle line without contraction.

Naturally, the diversity of the neck structure in anatomically different individuals is also in old age. Therefore, changes in skin, subcutaneous adipose tissue and muscle structure in each patient it is different personally. At least the contribution rates of these structures in the formation of the problem are different. However, in almost all cases, all three of these structures should be considered.

Is it possible to work with non-surgical methods?

In general, such methods are based on the assumption that the sagging of the neck region depends only on the relaxation of the neck skin. With the radiofrequency heating and stimulation of the skin of the neck, it is expected that the skin will thicken and become tense. Unfortunately, although these treatments may cause temporary redness in the skin in the early period, these effects are temporary in the long term. Initiatives that work more deeply and stimulate the tissue of the collusc could not achieve the expected results, and the use of the neck subcutaneous fat tissue lost its use.

Except for laser or radiofrequency, it is recommended to use the hanging stitches on the neck as well as on the forehead and the temple area. In the same way, stretching the neck by pulling the skin of the neck in two directions, changes in the anatomical structures of aging.

means not to understand. In the early period, the skin appears stretched in the neck and taken up. However, it is inevitable to remove the seams from the handles. It is almost never possible to maintain or maintain a symmetrical effect both at the beginning and in the future, except that the effect provided is temporary.

Therefore, permanent and effective neck rejuvenation in natural appearance is only possible if and only surgically.

How should a successful neck stretching be performed?

-The aging of the neck is part of the aging face. Consequently, structural problems that are recognized at a young age vs the absence of a sufficiently large neck jaw bones, etc., should be part of facial rejuvenation surgery.

-Aging problems in the neck cannot be defined as loosening or sagging of the neck skin.

Therefore, only limited superficial attempts to stretch the skin of the neck cannot provide a natural effective and permanent rejuvenation.

-Surgical procedures to the neck area include each of the skin, subcutaneous adipose tissue and neck muscles targeting separately. First of all, both muscles are planted in the midline to prevent the formation of vertical bands in the middle line. Excessive clustering of subcutaneous adipose tissue is performed in limited liposuction to these regions.

-The skin is stretched by pulling both sides of the ear and behind the ears.

There is no pain in the postoperative period, but there is a feeling of pressure in the neck region due to tightening in the deep layer, but this is extremely natural and passes after a few days. It takes about 10 days for the neck to take its final shape.

Cost of service
Starting from $2000

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