Best Non Surgical Option for Turkey Neck?

I am only 39 and I'm starting to get turkey neck. What is the best procedure as I prefer not to have surgery after having several botched nose jobs. Thank you.

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Non-surgical Neck Lift

Thank you for the question.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to get advice without examination or pictures.

However, based on  your description it is likely your best interests to avoid surgery for a while. It sounds like you are concerned regarding the neck is minimal ( “starting to get turkey  neck”).

When you are truly concerned about the area visit with well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons for examination/advice in person.

I hope this helps.

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Nonsurgical Neck Lift for Young Patient

A "turkey" neck is relatively uncommon in a young patient, as it refers to sagging skin and neck muscles. However, younger patients can have a poorly defined neck and jawline. Among several factors, this neck condition in young patients may be due to excess neck fat and/or poor bone structure from a small chin. Neck liposuction is one potential option which can improve the neck line. Alternatively, Botox cosmetic can be used to soft neck bands.Chin augmentation with a silicone implant is a plastic surgery option.

Speak with a cosmetic surgeon in your area. Only after a comprehensive evaluation can he/she help determine appropriate options for you. Best of luck.

Dr. Chaboki


Houtan Chaboki, MD
Washington DC Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Turkey neck

Turkey necks can be a comnbination of loose skin and platysma banding.  If you have loose skin, then I would suggest that you have a neck lift( surgery) to improve this.

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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