There are a few ways to improve the
double chin and obtain a sharper jawline. All are safe if performed by a board-certified
plastic surgeon. The nonsurgical options include CoolSculpting and KYBELLE.
CoolSculpting will freeze the fat, and your body absorbs it over time. KYBELLA is
a series of injections that will dissolve the fat. Both will probably leave you
with excess skin and will not directly address the jawline. Liposuction is
slightly more invasive but will provide you with a better result. It will
physically remove the fat and help the skin to tighten over time. This should
improve your jawline. The best way to address the concerns are with either a
neck lift or a facelift with liposuction of the submental and jawline region.
This will remove the fat and will remove the excess skin. Muscles are tightened,
as well. This will provide you with the most dramatic improvement but will have
the longest downtime. They are all safe provided that they are performed by a
qualified plastic surgeon. Good luck with your choice.
This is a good question concerning male facelifts. This is a unique area and requires a skillful surgeon for the best results. Having trained in this area with Dr. Bruce Connell, this is an area I particularly enjoy. Since the skin is thicker, and the face is usually 2x larger than a woman's face, placement of the incisions are important and the beard hair as well. The neck must be attended to in a different way surgically for the best results. Surgically, all these things you mentioned can be accomplished. It also involves treating the deep layer (SMAS) for good support. There must be a naturalness to the final result that is a little different from a woman's face. Good luck. If I can be of any help, please call my office. One last thing, due to improved techniques, recovery time is quicker and general anesthesia is not required. There is minimal bruising in my practice the patient's do very well. Thank you.
Dr. Walton Montegut
Hello and thank you for your question.
To create a sharper jawline, a facelift is usually the best option. A “double chin” is usually best addressed by neck liposuction and the “neck lift” part of the facelift to remove excess skin.
Most facelifts will not get rid of the nasolabial folds but may indirectly soften them. I usually recommend that patients get the facelift first and then augment the remaining folds with autologous fat or other soft tissue fillers.
I recommend seeking out a consultation with a Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon.
depends. If the double chin is mostly
volume (fat) vs loose skin, then there are several options - Coolsculpting
(nonsurgical fat reduction using cold therapy), Kybella, injection that helps
reduce focal fat under the chin), liposuction (suctioning the fat under the
chin), and surgical neck lift. If there
is not a lot of loose saggy skin then a neck lift may not be necessary. However, if there is loose skin, depending on
how loose the skin is some of these nonsurgical techniques may result in some
tightening as the tissue heals. However,
if there is a moderate – severe amount of loose skin then a neck lift procedure
will afford the most skin tightening and sharpening of the jaw line as the
excess skin is removed.
It really depends on your anatomy. The facelift in a male patient is a bit different with regard to incision placement, amount of liposuction. Men typically have skin that is a bit thicker and there are considerations that are related to the hair bearing skin that need to be taken into consideration. The nasloabial folds are typically not addressed well in either a male or female. However, without pictures and an examining your anatomy it is difficult to make a formal recommendation. Good luck with your research .
Facelift are great for men! To enhance the jawline, Kypella and facial implants can also be used. I could give you a better answer during a consultation.
Without a photo it is difficult to make any specific comments. There are surgical and non surgical options for facial rejuvenation For the nasolabial/melolabial fold then fillers can help. For a droopy drown then surgery is the most useful. For submental fat either liposuction or Kybella can be good options.
I'd recommend you consult with a facial plastic surgeon or plastic surgeon to discuss your options in person. I hope this helps and good luck.
You will need to be evaluated by an experienced facelift surgeon. Without seeing photos it is impossible to make suggestions to you. Surgery and fillers play different roles in improving facial appearance. Discuss these options with your surgeon. Good luck.
Hello and thank you for your question. Without photos it is not possible to give you an answer. To decrease your nasolabial folds, you would use a soft tissue filler such as Juvéderm. Your best option is to seek an in-person consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon. Best of luck!
It is difficult to give meaningful guidance without photographs. In general: the
approach to facial rejuvenation is quite complex, as there are surgical as well as non-surgical options ... and among non-surgical options, invasive and non-invasive
approaches. All of these techniques have their place and when used in the right
patient lead to good results and happy patients. If your primary concern is neck then a neck-lift with liposuction may help achieve your goals .. nasolabial folds and full cheeks require different treatment. This 'matching' process of
patient to technique/approach is very detailed and nuanced and requires
discussion and physical exam. I
would suggest a formal consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon so
your specific concerns can be gone over in detail, a physical exam be
performed, and individualized recommendations be made. Good luck!