Nefertiti vs Ultherapy (ultrasound) for jaw line and lower chin lifting? Which is the latest and safest method 2016?
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This will depend on your level of expression (namely muscle actions) during animation. Looking the static photos Themage, Ultherapy, lipo and Kybella are all possible options, however a face to face consultation with a Specialist can give us a better idea. All of these options are 'safe' however with any procedure, all carry different risks, hence a consultation is needed, all the best, Dr Davin Lim
Multiple Options for Chin Lifting
Lower Chin lifting and refinement of the jaw line and side profile of the chin can be accomplished by a combination of fillers and neuromodulator is like Botox. But it must be done by an expert doctor who is very experienced. Devices like all Ultherapy can also be used to tighten under the chin and lift along the side of the cheeks. Radio frequency is another method to tighten around the chin and jawline and neck.
Jawline and Double Chin Treatment - There are options
For neck contouring, a combination of thermi and vaser liposuction for surgical procedure that gives more of an improvement in a single treatment, or considering a non surgical option with a combination of Kybella, botox or thermage.
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Non surgical neck lift
Thank you for your question and posting an appropriate picture. Those two treatments are actually complementary with Ultherapy providing lifting of the neck and jaw line and the Nefertiti lift performed to tighten the Jaw line caused by platysmal muscle action with Botox. I actually think you are the best treated with laser liposuction ction of your neck to remove some fat and tighten your skin at the same time. You of course would need to have a consultation to discuss details.
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