Is a standard neck lift considered minimally invasive surgery? How long does the surgery last?
Posted by Dr. Edwin Williams in Thread Lift / Contour Lift on October 24th
Is a standard neck lift considered minimally invasive surgery? How long does the surgery last? How long is the recuperation period?
A standard necklift in our hands is considered a minimally invasive procedure. There is a small incision under the chin area that allows us to access the area for cervical liposuction (liposuction o ft he neck). Once this is done the neck bands are tightened and this allows us to approach the remainder of the necklift in a way that gives the neck a much smoother contour of the neck and jawline. The recovery period is about one-two weeks depending on the patient and the results in most patients last between 10-15 years.
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