What is the average cost of a standard neck lift? Please, give me some idea!
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Cost Of Neck Lift
Thank you for your question. Neck Rejuvenation is often used in conjunction with a Concept™ Facelift, in order to provide rejuvenation to the whole area. Neck Rejuvenation can include tightening the platysma muscle which can be an extra procedure which some patients may need to ensure a tight contour neck. Tightening of the platysma muscle (also know as platysmaplasty) will require a small incision under the chin away from direct view to gain access to the front edge of the muscle on the neck; they are sutured together with permanent stitches. The muscles of the neck are the foundations and building blocks of the neck are fundamental to achieving a tight and toned result. Alternatively, some patients may need neck liposuction, for those who have excess fat under the chin.
Overall, to obtain the best results a combination of neck rejuvenation procedure maybe needed. Neck Rejuvenation is often used in conjunction with a Concept™ Facelift, in order to provide rejuvenation to the whole area. I perform my facelift and neck lift under local anaesthetic, meaning minimal bruising and swelling is experienced by patients. This significantly reduces the recovery time experienced, therefore patients being able to return to their daily lives with public view within 5-7 days. This is why it is important to have a comprehensive consultation with a reputable and qualified plastic surgeon who can assess you properly to give you a realistic idea of what outcome you can achieve and a formal quotation. A standard neck lift would be £4,100 then normally platsmaplasty or neck liposuction would be approximately £2,500 extra. Best Wishes
Cost of a neck lift
Lower Face/Neck Lifts run around $11,000 for quality work and can be done under local.
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