Even at my slimmest, I've always looked like I have a double chin. Now I'm 29 y/o, 5'7" aprox 160lbs. I'm getting married in November and just started working out with a trainer but I def want to ensure I don't have "fat-face" in my wedding pictures! What are my options?
Options for Correcting my "Fat Face"/ Double Chin with the Least Amount of Down Time?
Doctor Answers (3)
Lower face neck liposuction can be very helpful
Lower face neck liposuction is a safe method that can be performed in an office setting under local anesthesia. Do your homework on your potential doctor. Remember that the dermatologist also offer liposuction and they often do an excellent service without pressuring you to have more extensive work.
Liposuction of the neck
Old fashioned liposuction of the neck and along the jawline should give you the neck contour you are looking for. The result is virtually immediate and the recovery is a week or two but it is usually a very easy recovery. See the referenced web page for example cases.
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Non-invasive Options for Fat Face and Double Chin
Congratulations on your engagement!
The best non-invasive option for giving you back the definition in your jawline and neck is Ultherapy. This procedure involves no surgery or down-time. It does, however, take about 3 months to get the desired aesthetic result. For a November wedding, you will want to have the treatment now. You can find a provider in your area through the company website. Expect to pay around $2500
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