Neck lifting can be done with a lower face lifting and jowls removal
For many people the neck is the first area to show age. For people who have lost weight an unfortunate side effect may be leftover, loose-hanging skin that has lost its elasticity. Whether it is band lines, excess skin, or fat, a neck lift can bring your neck back into shape. During neck-lift plastic surgery a variety of procedures may be performed depending on the individual. If you suffer from a double chin because of fat deposits Liposuction is the first step. This will be done with a very thin fine liposuction needle. This procedure is very often combined with a surgical procedure to tighten the skin and the muscles. Our plastic surgeon will evaluate the situation. Usually the neck muscle will be realigned at the side or in the middle to achieve a harmonious neck contour. Sometimes an additional horizontal incision (3 – 4 cm) under the chin is necessary to correct the horizontal lines around the middle of the neck. This results in an even slimmer neck contour. A neck lift surgery can be done under general Anesthesia . Most of the patients stay in Hospital for one night. Scarring is minimal as the incision is made in the hairline.
Package for neck lifting included
- General Pre health check
- General Anesthesia
- 1 night hospital stay
- Medical Equipment & Medical Supplies
- Medical Treatments
- Doctor fees
- Nursing services
- Take home medication
- Post op care
Neck and jowl lift surgery with Intermedisol
Lower facelift surgery rejuvenates the bottom third of the face only by tightening the underlying structure of the face that slackens with age forming jowls and a fleshy neck. The procedure also trims excess skin, smoothing it down to eliminate facial creases and giving a visual lift to the bottom third of the face.
There are several lower facelift techniques that can be employed by the surgeon to perform the procedure. Your surgeon will choose the approach based on your anatomy and patterns of aging. Quite often it is combined with a neck lift and/or liposuction of the chin/neck area.
Preparation before the neck lift operation in Bangkok:
For almost all of the described procedures the following preparations are necessary:
Inform us about any allergies, any serious medical condition(s) and all medications you are taking (both prescription and non-prescription).
Avoid aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil, etc), and vitamin E and some other herbal remedies (your doctor will give you a list) for 2 weeks prior to the operation because they are thinning the blood and increase the bleeding risk during or after the operation.
Refrain from smoking at least 2 weeks before and 4 weeks after surgery or better even longer. Smoking contracts the blood vessels and interferes with healing.
After the neck lift operation
Usually there is some discomfort afterward; it can be managed with either over-the-counter or prescription pain medications. Also you may experience moderate swelling of the eyelids and other areas. A dressing is usually applied immediately after surgery. Typically this dressing is removed and may be replaced with an elastic wrap within a day.. Some numbness of the skin is quite normal; it will disappear in a few weeks or months. However, normal healing is a gradual process with final results not fully realized for at least four weeks. You should keep your head slightly elevated for a few days after the operation to minimize swelling.
It is important to follow a careful plan on return to strenuous activity in order to avoid tension on the wound (which could lead to worse scarring).
Just keep in mind that in a few weeks you’ll be looking normal.
Most of your stitches will be removed after about five to ten days. Your scalp may take longer to heal and the stitches or metal clips in your hairline could be left in a few days longer. Avoid strenuous activity (walking and mild stretching are fine). Avoid alcohol, steam baths and saunas for several months. Get plenty of rest and allow your body to spend its energy on healing. Using make-up is permitted after the sutures have been removed. Exposure to the sun should be limited for a few months following surgery and accompanied by a sun screen with a high protection factor. The severity and duration of any side effects may vary, especially if another cosmetic procedure was performed at the same time.