Neck Lift (Ribbon Lift)

Neck Lift (Ribbon Lift)

 

A neck lift (or platysmaplasty) is a surgical procedure of the lower face. It commonly addresses excess skin and fat beneath the chin and neck to improve jawline definition. The procedure may be combined with other treatments such as laser liposuction.

 

How does it work?

 

Depending on the exact area and desired results, most neck lifts are done though endoscopic (keyhole) surgery. Usually small incisions are made in the hairline or behind the ear. A tissue-holding ribbon implant is then inserted to reposition the neck or jowl. Over time these repositioned tissues bind together naturally and the ribbon dissolves.

 

As with many surgical procedures, neck lifts require general or local anaesthetic.

 

Downtime varies between patients. It may take several weeks to months for bruising and swelling to subside.

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About Surgical Facial Beautification at Prèface Cosmetic

 

Surgical procedures, which Dr Hollenbach offers are aimed at trimming away unwanted, skin as well as tightening and lifting procedures. In this section we will also consider thread lifting. Most procedures are either day stays at a surgical day centre requiring general anaesthesia, twilight anaesthesia or sedation, or done in the Prèface Cosmetic clinic itself.

 

All surgical procedures have a varying amount of down time that can be reduced using the Prèface Cosmetic “Premium Package”.

 

Our “Premium Package” involves preoperative, perioperative and post operative or post procedure strategies to reduce downtime and speed up healing. Combination treatments of Dermasweep Microdermabrasion, Omnilux Lights, Enzyme Masks are used and mineral makeup can be applied to mask swelling, bruising and puffiness. We are happy to discuss these treatments further at the time of your consultation.

 

Prèface Cosmetic offers Blepharoplasty, Thread Lift, Brow Lift, Cheek Lifts & Cheek Implants, Facelifts and Fat Transfer. Please speak to our specialized consultants for more information regarding these treatments.