How can i get rid of rings around my neck (horizontal neck lines)? (photo)

I have fairly prominent neck lines (neck rings) which are unfortunately hereditary from my mom's side of the family. Since i hit thirty, they've become more prominent. Is there a solution for these? I am thinking some type of fillers or hyrulonic acid injections. Any suggestions would be great. thanks!

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Necklift, Teosyal , RESTYLANE, Juvederm , Dr. Adibfar , Plastic Surgeon Toronto

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Hello ;

It seems like you have good skin thickness and texture.

The ideal treatment for the neckline would be a series of 2-3 of Teosyal Redensity 1 ( non cross linked Hyaluronic Acid) which should hydrate your skin in those areas and blunt away the deep lines. A laser resurfacing with Fraxel would also add to your final results.

Best wishes

Neck line treatment

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In my experience, the only thing that will help these lines is a neuromodulator such as Dysport or Botox. Fillers can also help ..There are several choices but initially I would try a hylaform type filler . Most likely these lines will become more prominent in your late 40s or 50s and then a neck lift surgery would be helpful. I would not recommend surgery at this time. I don't think that a laser will help these lines . Any laser that would reduce them would have to go quite deep ( into the dermis) and the neck skin is not amenable to this type of lasering.

David F. LaPatka, MD
Santa Barbara Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews

Horizontal Neck Lines

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You are right.  These lines tend to be a family trait and can develop early in some individuals.  The best non-surgical route is using a filler.  Fillers will not eliminate the lines but will certainly help.  I prefer the long-term filler Bellafill since it is a soft and natural filler that will not absorb.  Botox will help as well but a lot is needed and it must be repeated so it is not a very good value. 

Surgically, a neck left lift works very well.  It is not as invasive as many think as the down time is only about 4 to 7 days and short scars can be used to minimize the invasiveness.  It can also be done with local anesthesia or twilight anesthesia.

I hope that helps.

Best regards.

Brian Windle, MD
Kirkland Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 64 reviews

Treatment for Neck lines

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Horizontal neck lines can be hereditary and are difficult to completely improve.  They will always be there even with fillers and botox/dysport therapy but if you are looking to improve them a combination of botox/dysport/xeomin and a filler may help some.  We use a combination of a hyaluronic acid and dilute form of Sculptra to tighten the neck along with dysport to maximize the appearance of these lines but they will still be seen.  I hope that helps. 

Mike Majmundar, MD
Atlanta Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 50 reviews

Horizontal neck lines

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I would not recommend any surgical procedure for you at this time. Non surgical treatment like Ultherapy and botox can help you for a few year till you get a neck lift.

Kevin Sadati, DO
Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Neck lift will release the tethered skin

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I think that the skin is tethered along the line causing deep folds. A permanent solution would be a neck lift in which the skin is extensively released from the muscles on the neck. Need to examine you to be sure.

Rodney A. Green, MD
Cleveland Plastic Surgeon
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Belotero tends to be the best filler or treatment for horizontal neck creases.

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Botox doesn't really do much for horizontal neck creases but belotero is a great filler for these lines and lasts about 6 months at a cost of $550/syringe. Usually takes 2-3 syringes. Sincerely,

David Hansen,MD

David Hansen, MD
Beverly Hills Dermatologic Surgeon
4.7 out of 5 stars 46 reviews

Neck lines

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To improve the appearance of these lines I would consider laser resurfacing, chemical peels, Botox, and then lastly, filers. Best of luck.

How can I get rid of rings around my neck(horizontal necklines)?

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Horizontal necklines are a natural phenomenon, and everyone has them. Even Newborn infants have them. A facelift and a neck lift cannot get rid of them.

William Portuese, MD
Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 158 reviews

Horizontal Rings Across the Neck

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Per your photos, a great amount of laxity is not evident. So, you may benefit from #non-surgical treatments. The presence of banding down the front of the #neck, and, amount of excess skin are among some factors which determine what lifting type treatments will best rejuvenate the #neck. In your case, the bands or #rings are across the neck which may not be significantly improved with surgery. Yet, you may experience improvement with #non-invasive in-office services. Therefore, I suggest consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon to learn about the #options and products available and as to which  may be best for you.

Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 116 reviews

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