Are You a Good Neck Lift Candidate?
- Neck Lift Overview
- Neck Rejuvenation
- Are You a Good Neck Lift Candidate?
- What Do You Want to Change?
- Ideal Neck
- Benefits of Neck Lift
- Joseph T Cruise, MD’s Neck Lift Philosophy
- Neck Lift Consultation and Physical Exam
- Prior to Neck Surgery
- Neck Lift Anesthesia
- After the Neck Lift
- Recovery from Neck Lift
- Possible Neck Lift Complications
- Neck Lift Cost and Financing
- Neck Lift Words to Know
- Before and After Neck Lift Pictures
Anyone who has acquired a lax neck where the skin no longer holds tightly against the Adams Apple is a good candidate for a neck lift. Despite the fact that aging affects the entire face, it is not uncommon for the neck to show the effects of aging earlier than that of other areas. Therefore, depending on your situation only a neck lift may be required to obtain the degree of facial rejuvenation you are looking for.
Here is a brief list of things to look for in a good candidate for neck lift surgery.
- Lax neck skin.
- Turkey neck banding within the neck.
- Loss of sharp neck (cervico-mental) angle.
- Loss of jaw definition.
- Double or triple chin.
- Your neck looks shorter and older than it used to.