Regarding the chin tuck and scarring that I asked about earlier.....I am actually leaning towards the liposuction option more than a chin tuck....got my terms mixed up. It seems like the best option with the least amount of scarring. Here is my picture....maybe that will give you a better idea of what will work best for me. Thanks!
Liposuction vs. Chin Tuck - What's the Best Option for Me?
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Liposuction for full chin
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Liposuction of the jawline and neck trims it up great.
Liposuction should do great for you and it is done under local anesthesia only and with no stitches and only 1 day off work for around $2500-3250.
Necks with pinchable fat and no loose wrinkling do well with liposuction alone.
You look like a great Tumescent liposuction of the neck candidate. It takes about 30 minutes and is under local anesthesia and produces great results.
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Liposuction vs chin tuck?
This is difficult to determine accurately with just a smiling photo. There are two concerns when addressing the submental region. Fat and skin. Judging from your youthful looking photo your skin appears to have good tone. This would mean that your skin will contract nicely following liposuction making you a good candidate for liposuction alone. Of course, if the skin remains loose, you have the option to have a chin tuck later.
PHOTO: I vote for chin liposuction
Given your young age and apparently good skin tone, I think you would get a nice result with chin liposuction.
Submental Lipo or Chin Tuck?
If you just have fat in the neck area than liposuction will work best but it you have loose skin then you would want to get a tuck. In your case I would recommend the submental liposuction.
Liposuction of the neck is all that is required for most young people.
From your picture, you appear young. Your skin should not be an issue in fullness under the chin and the platysmal muscle is most assuredly in good position. That leaves only the fat of the chin which should be easily removed by liposuction often under local anesthesia only.
I would lean towards liposuction alone. I don't see any platysmal bands or any other evidence that you need a tightening procedure based on the picture.
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