Tight strong jawlines/necks can be achieved by a couple of ways.
Getting rid of the fat by liposuction under local is the easiest and quickest method but usually won't give that really nice tight jawline. You will need a lower face/neck lift which again is under local with a little iv sedation and is easy to undergo.
Please seek an in person consultation, you may be a candidate for simple liposuction of the area. Liposuction of the cervical facial area is usually done in one hour under local IV sedation. In my practice in the San Francisco Bay Area I have come to the conclusion that the happiest patients are those that have realistic expectation on what a procedure will and won’t do for them. Good luck!
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What is the best procedure for a tight strong jaw line and neck? (Photos)
The most effective way to improve your neck/jawline contour (based on the limited photos you posted) would be a mid-face/necklift with would include liposuctioning of the area under your chin. This would allow for removal of excess fatty tissue as well as tightening of the muscles and fascia of your face and neck. These tend to be very effective and long lasting procedures in most cases.
Your primary problem appears to be fullness in your neck related to deposits of fat. This can be addressed with liposuction. In many patients, liposuction of the neck is combined with a neck lift to remove excess skin . You would need to be seen and examined to determine which is best for you.Although Kybella works for isolated deposits of submental fat, it is not ideal for more diffuse areas of fullness.
For younger patients with a double chin, liposuction possibly combined with skin tightening works best. You can also consider kybella, but multiple treatments are required. Good luck. Best, Dr H
Double Chin Treatment / Laxity-- SmartLipo/VASER/ThermiRF, Botox, Venus Legacy, Kybella
Combination treatments including VASER hi-def liposuction, RF skin tightening, and botox can help. Fillers or fat transfer can be used later to further define the jawline. Please see an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
You will achieve your best results with a surgical option. Because of the bulkiness of your submental neck, a non surgical option would not achieve the same results. Its best to see a board certified and experienced surgeon who deals mainly with the face.
Lower face and neck lift for a tight strong jawline and neck.
When rejuvenating the neck, it is important to be at your ideal body weight. In our practice, a lower face and neck lift accomplishes tightening loose facial and neck skin, tightening loose facial and neck muscles, lifting the jowls, and removal of fatty deposits in the neck. For more information and many before and after results, please see the link and the video below
Best procedure for a tight - strong jaw line and neck
Thank you for your question and helpful photos. Generally speaking, a facelift is the best way to achieve the results you are seeking. However, you may also get similar results with liposuction alone. It is best to be evaluated in person to consider skin quality and determine if there is enough fat there to make a significant difference with liposuction. Please do your homework and seek a Board Certified Plastic surgeon for an in person consult. Best wishes and kind regards,
What is the best procedure for a tight strong jaw line and neck?
Hello Txmix,There are several options for improving the jawline and neck. The gold standard and most effective approach is surgical. This would likely involve liposuction, possibly tightening the neck muscle, and removing excess skin. As was mentioned earlier in certain patients a chin implant may also help. Beyond surgery, the other options can help but the results would not be expected to be as significant. Kybella can be injected to help with the fullness below the chin, commonly called the double chin. This can also lead to a slight tightening of the skin in that area. Another option for fat removal is cool sculpting. Both of these treatment options take time before you see any benefit. Coolsculpting also won't do much for the skin. You can consider Ulthera which is designed to tigthen the skin but with the heaviness of your neck you probably wouldn't see much of a benefit. Given that there are several different treatment options, with surgery being the gold standard, I would recommend you consult with a facial plastic surgeon to learn about the options and help determine which is right for you.I hope this helps and good luck.