Is there anything that can be done to thicken skin on crepey necks?

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3D Laser for Crepey Neck

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Crepey skin on the neck is a frustrating problem, however as this is an area of concern for many of our patients, we have the newest, cutting-edge technology to successfully treat and firm the delicate neck skin. The in-person consultation is key in assessing current issues as well as to better understand your concerns and goals so that we can devise the best, customized treatment plan for your unique needs. That being said, a very popular treatment we currently offer to firm crepey skin on the neck is our groundbreaking 3D laser. 3D involves two lasers, Collagenesis and Vbeam; these lasers work to build collagen, one on a deeper level and the other on a more superficial, together resulting in an overall three-dimensional tightening effect. Best in a series of three, however still very effective when done singly, 3D involves minimal discomfort and zero downtime but can give you back a tighter, more youthful looking neck.

Neck Skin and Platysmal Bands -- VASER Hi Def Liposuction/ThermiRF, Venus Legacy/Thermage/Ultherapy, Botox/Dysport, Kybella

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there are many options for neck skin such as lasers, microneedling, radiofrequency, ultrasound (ultherapy).  I suggest you see an expert to determine what is best.  Dr. Emer.

Jason Emer, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
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Neck skin crepitus...

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Thank you for your question. Ulthera can help thicken and lift neck skin non surgically.  Additionally radio frequency and regular micro needling and very dilute sculptra will help. Combo therapies of these treatments will work best. Regards, Dr. Matt Elias

Matthew Elias, DO, FAAD
Fort Lauderdale Dermatologic Surgeon
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