Neck Lift

Neck LiftSagging and loose skin around the neck may be making you look years older and are difficult to hide. If you want to rejuvenate your look, talk to Dr. Foley about undergoing neck lift surgery in Camp Hill. The neck lift, also known as a lower rhytidectomy, is designed to improve the signs of aging around the neck and jawline. We can smooth out the neck area to create a more sculpted and youthful look.

 

Reasons to Undergo a Neck Lift

  • Remove excess skin and fat around the lower face area
  • Say goodbye to loose jowls
  • Get rid of excess fatty deposits under the chin
  • Eliminate loose neck skin
  • Create smooth contours along the neck
  • Mask the signs of aging
  • Get rid of jowl lines and a ‘turkey wattle’

 

About Neck Lift Surgery

Neck lift surgery is performed under intravenous sedation or general anesthesia. A tradition neck lift procedure involves making an incision at the hairline near the sideburns that wraps around the ear. Dr. Foley will be able to access the jowls and neck areas from this position to sculpt and redistribute the tissues. Muscles are tightened and the skin is redraped over the new contours. In some cases, liposuction under the chin is needed to remove excess fat.

If you are undergoing a limited incision neck lift, we will make an incision only around the ears to access only a few facial compartments. After surgery, incision lines are closed with sutures or skin glue.

Undergoing neck lift surgery could be just what you need to rejuvenate your look. This procedure can be performed in conjunction with other procedures to eliminate wrinkles, loose skin, and fatty deposits around the face. Complementary procedures may include the brow lift, fat transfer procedures, and eyelid surgery. Dr. Foley will create a custom treatment plan with recommended procedures to achieve all of your cosmetic goals.

Learn more about neck lift surgery in Camp Hill and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by scheduling your appointment with Dr. Foley today.

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