Face / Neck Lift
There are a variety of procedures available to address facial laxity, the loss of jawline definition, and fullness or laxity in the neck. In general, I feel that procedures that pull skin are best avoided because they rely on too much tension that can leave an operated appearance. I also find that patients are afraid of doing too much, and because of this want to leave off procedures or do less aggressive sounding procedures thinking it will be more natural. I try to educate and reassure patients that my goal is always to achieve the most natural result, and also one that will be more lasting and continue to age well. I do include a Neck Lift as part of the Facelift procedure, and an isolated Neck Lift is more common in younger women (who have a full neck but no jowls facial laxity) and some men where facelift scars may be more difficult to conceal.
Face / Neck Lift: Taking the Next Steps
Especially with aesthetic treatments, seeing is believing. On this page we showcase some before and afters, but we have many more Face / Neck Lift before and afters in our gallery. It will help you set expectations, and may help you discover questions you have about the procedure. Some of the answers to your questions may be found in the vendor brochures and educational materials, available for download on this page. In the patient education section of our site, you’ll find informative blogs, videos and podcasts on this topic and many other aesthetic treatments.
If you are interested in Face / Neck Lift, the best way to affirm your candidacy is to consult with Dr. Folk in our Denver practice. Simply call our office, or submit a consultation request.
See our gallery for more facial rejuvenation before and after images.