Surgical Correction (Neck Lift / Lower Face lift ) is your best option. See the below links on how to find the best plastic surgeon in your area.
Patients with loose neck skin that doesn’t respond to
non-invasive procedures like laser or radiofrequency may require surgical
correction of the underlying problem: loose neck muscle (platysma). Patients
with early signs of neck aging could benefit from a minimally invasive neck
lift. Patients seeking neck rejuvenation should look for a Board Certified Plastic
Surgeon specialized in neck lifts.
- Excess fat with good skin and muscle support - Liposuction
- Excess fat, excess skin and good muscle support - Liposuction with lateral skin pull behind the ears.Can be performed under local anesthesia.
- Excess fat, skin and platysmal bands - Neck lift with corset platysmaplasty.
Thank you for your question. A necklift and midface/periocular fillers are going to be the most cost effective options in the long run. You may also want to consider fat transfer to the face if you are having a necklift. This will provide significant camouflaging of the bags with neck correction and the most long lasting results. Best Wishes!
The QuickLift is not as invasive as a full facelift and is more of a lower neck/ facelift. It can be done under local and the muscles are tightened and the excess skin removed. Best of luck to you
Loose skin around the neck can be troublesome especially after undergoing previous treatment like Exilis. I would recommend a neck lift with possible corset plastymaplasty. I can't tell by the photos whether jowling and malar bagging are an issue as well. If they are, then I would recommend a deep plane facelfit. A neck lift is less expensive than going the facelift route.
The photographs are inadequate to give an opinion based on the amount of excess skin in the neck. A neck lift with skin removal or lower face and neck lift can address those issues of tightening up the loose neck skin and muscle structure. For many examples, please see the link below