Liposuction on the neck is a procedure that is commonly performed in conjunction with facial/chin liposuction, though each is also sometimes performed individually. It all comes down to the needs of the client. Liposuction on the neck may include the jowls and the submental part of the chin — that’s the part of your chin which is located beneath your jaw. Fat in the submental region can be an inherited trait or it can be the result of age. It tends to contribute to the impression of age, and is a very common area to have treated. The jowls are the areas to the sides of the neck just underneath the lower cheek. The fat covers the jaw bone and can droop downward; while the jowls are part of the face, they often merge into the neck region.
Top Method for Neck LipoSuction
The neck, like the face, is the site of many important and sensitive nerves. As such it’s a very delicate area to operate on, which is one reason that tumescent liposuction is the preferred route for most operations. This technique is safer and more effective than many other more invasive procedures, and also reduces the appearance of scars, which are easy to detect along the neck and thus need to be minimized.
The Average cost for neck liposuction varies between $2000 and $4000 and it depends on all the factors that affect the cost for a lipo no matter what area is treated!
Before and After Photos
Note that if you get liposuction on your jowls or neck, you may need an additional treatment if you want to also get rid of wrinkles. Dermabrasion and chemical peels are good examples of cosmetic treatments for wrinkles. Liposuction only removes fat from a given area. During your consultation you’ll have a chance to discuss your vision with your surgeon and come up with a plan which will help you to achieve a look that is closer to your ideal. It may involve liposuction on the neck only, or you may also opt for liposuction of the face. You also may decide to get a chemical peel or similar treatment. Every individual is different, and so is every procedure.
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