Necklift

Do I need to get a second neck lift as I age?

Question: I’m very interested in getting a necklift.  I’m a 38-year-old female and the turkey gobbler seems to be very hereditary in my family regardless of weight. I’m not overweight, very lean actually, but my neck still has this full appearance.  When I have this procedure done, will I have to have it again in… Read more »

Do you perform neck lifts using an endoscopic method?

Question: Do you perform neck lifts using an endoscopic method or more invasive techniques requiring neck and chin incisions to manipulate the muscles? Answer: An endoscope is something that is rarely needed in a neck lift. Small incisions are used any way with good visualization.

What’s the difference between a neck lift and a facelift?

Question: What’s the difference between a neck lift and a facelift? How do you know if you’re a candidate for one over the other? Answer: There’s a blurry line between neck lift and facelift. It usually has to do with the degree of dissection. Patients need to come to the practice to be able to… Read more »

After a neck lift Will my neck be very sore and swollen?

After a neck lift, would I be in pain when I eat? Will my neck be very sore and swollen? Neck lifts are not very painful at all. It should not be very swollen and the patient should not be very sore. Posted By Dr. Pozner Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center Sanctuary Plastic Surgery