What Is the Least Invasive Way to Remove the Neck Wattle? (Photo)
- Asked by irish england
- 2 years ago
all i want is rid of my hereditary wattle could a direct neck lift be a option i am a 60 year old woman i want the least invasive procedure there is.
Neck lift options
First of thanks for including the photos - it really helps!
Although you would get the best results with a full face/neck lift, you can get a decent result with an inch long incision under the chin a small one behind each earlobe
Web reference: http://www.seattleface.com/html/face_lift.php
Least invasive way to remove a neck wattle
There are a few options when it comes to treating a neck like yours. Your anatomy would make it difficult to achieve significant results with a minimally invasive procedure. A direct excision of skin and tissue from the midline of your neck is an option but would leave you with a relatively large external scar.
A necklift and facelift would likely give you a better result with much more hidden scars. Liposuction of the neck area can also be done to help with the fullness of your neck; without also tightening the neck tissues with a neck/facelift you would likely end up with persistent skin drooping.
Liposuction could help but a neck lift would really improve your condition
There sometimes is no easy way in achieving a contoured neck. You should find someone that has a lot of experience doing a neck lift. I have done over 1200 neck and face lifts and can tell you that there are not many non invasive ways to improving your neck other than a neck lift. LIposuction could help but I would think that most of your neck laxity is due to the muscle being relaxed and needing a tightening. Below is an example of a video that helps to answer this question for you to watch and a link to see more informative videos:
SmartLipo Triplex may be an option for neck wattle
Removal of the neck fat and skin tightening with a formal necklift will provide the most dramatic and lasting improvement for redundant neck skin and fat. However, with the advent of new technology such as SmartLipo Triplex, many patients can achieve very nice outcomes with a much less invasive procedure. Typically, this is done on an out-patient basis, under local anesthesia with minimal downtime. Results may vary depending on how much fatty tissue is present and the patient's skin elasticity. I have seen many patients your age that do not want a face or neck lift and have been very pleased with the results achieved with SmartLipo. Good luck to you.
Non invasive Neck Lift?
Thank you for the question and picture.
Unfortunate, there is no good treatment except for neck/face lifting surgery. However, based on the single profile picture I think you may end up with a very nice result with this surgical procedure.
It may behoove you to be seen by a well experienced board-certified plastic surgeon.
I hope this helps.
Least invasive Treatment of Neck Wattle
It is very difficult to tell exactly what would work for you from one picture. If the wattle is mostly fat with the skin pushed out, then liposuction could give you significant improvement with little "invasion." For anything else, the only way to improve the area is a full face/neck lift. Nothing else will reduce the excess skin with a reasonable scar. I have never seen a direct excision scar that I thought was acceptable.
Web reference: http://www.todaysfacelift.com/
Facial contouring and correction of facial asymmetry- best approach, #liposuction, #beauty, #breastfeedingandcosmeticsurgery
Dear irish england
Sometimes there is no 'least invasive ' way to acheive good results with facial contouring. The 'Best' approach is to have a Face and Neck lift- this will give you the best Aesthetic result and the longest lasting result. Smaller procedures will leave you disappointed. The difference in risk with a 'full' face lift and a 'neck' lift is minimal as well as the downtime.
With Warm Regards,
Trevor M Born MD
Web reference: http://tmbcosmeticsurgery.com/
A Direct Necklift Offers The Least Invasive And Most Dramatic Removal Of A Neck Wattle
The least invasive way to remove a neck wattle is with a direct necklift. While it does leave a visible scar down the center of one's neck, it can be a good option for those who are willing to accept this cosmetic trade-off. The scar is less visible in men than women due to less scarring which occurs in beard skin. There is a very minimal recovery with little neck swelling or bruising. No drains are used nor are they any dressings or need to wear a compressive neck wrap.
Web reference: http://www.eppleyfacelift.com/
Sagging neck and neck lift
The easiest way of removing the sagging skin in the neck is removing it directly. This procedure uses multiple little flaps or skin rotations called Z-plasties to achieve this. However, I wouldn't normally recommend this in that it leaves an incision in the visible part of the neck. The best way to take care of an aging neck is via a U-Lift. This is uses a U incision in front an behind the ears to elevate the neck skin and under structures in a very well-camouflaged way. This avoids a more costly Facelift. The U-Lift can be done under local anesthesia which can further reduce the costs.
Web reference: http://www.facialinstitute.com/
Removal of "Neck Wattle"
Although lots of advances have been made in non-invasive facial treatments, your neck anatomy should be approach with a thorough necklift - especially if you want the excess neck tissues truely removed and gone. "Mini" procedures will provide mini results with relatively short longevity. Given the interruption of your jawline by jowling, this should be combined with a lower facelift.
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