Beautiful scarves can be very stylish and fashion forward. Turtleneck shirts and sweaters keep you warm on blustery days. There is always a place for fashion and practicality, but if you are sporting these options to cover up an aging neck, you may want to consider a neck lift as an alternative.
A Younger Looking Neck
There are a variety of cosmetic procedures that can help you achieve a more youthful appearance. The neck lift is one of them. Your neck may have wrinkles and look saggy due to weight loss and/or the aging process. A neck lift removes the excess skin, along with the fat accumulation around your jaw line. With the skin tightened and the double chin eliminated, you achieve a more youthful look.
Surgical neck lifts are often done as part of a face lift. Generally, liposuction is used to remove the fat from the jaw line and underneath the chin. In some situations, structural problems may be the reason your neck does not appeal to you. After a thorough examination and evaluation, Dr. Khosh will discuss the best options for delivering the results you desire. Nothing halts the aging process; however, the results of a neck lift can last a long time.
Eliminating Your Double Chin
As we age, fat deposits can accumulate around the chin, giving it and the neck a full, exaggerated appearance. Removal of these fat cells can be accomplished non-surgically and deliver beautiful results.
Kybella treatments reduce the fatty deposits under your chin without the need for surgery. Imagine getting rid of your double chin with a series of injections over the course of a few months. This treatment restores a more youthful-looking neckline. It adds definition to your chin while maintaining an appropriate jawline. Kybella treatments permanently destroy fat cells for an effective, non-surgical solution for a removing a double chin and creating a more appealing neckline.
You can cover up the signs of your aging neck with scarves and sweaters, or you can schedule an appointment with Dr. Khosh. Why not call today for a consultation session?