At Park Plaza Plastic Surgery, our plastic surgeon offers liposuction treatments, and one of them is neck liposuction. He can help you remove excess fat from the neck, arms, abdomen, waist, thighs, and calves, giving you a smoother appearance.
Young women and men in their 20’s and thirties often complain of a fullness in their chin and neck region. Sometimes the fullness is mild but at times it can be very prominent leaving no definition to the neck.
Cause– While obesity can a contributing factor, as can certain medical conditions, most times these patients are not overweight and the cause is simply genetic.
Treatment– The preferred treatment is neck liposuction This involves making a very small incision behind each ear and under the chin. The result is immediate and complete. The use of Kybella as a dissolving agent does not compare to the result that can be obtained with a one-time liposuction procedure.
The procedure may be performed under local or general anesthesia, depending on the patient’s preference and anxiety level.
The patient is instructed to wear a special compression band continuously for 4 days after which time the band needs to be worn only at night for 10 days. The stitches dissolve. Return to work may occur after just 4 days. For example, if the procedure is performed on Thursday, one can return to work the following Monday. Patient satisfaction is very high.
If you have more questions about Liposuction of the neck surgery, please contact Park Plaza Plastic Surgery today or call (212) 750-9494 to schedule your FREE virtual or in office consultation with New York City board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. George Lefkovits. We look forward to helping you feel better about your body’s appearance.
Dr. George Lefkovits, the owner of Park Plaza Plastic Surgery, is a plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology. He has extensive training and over 30 years of experience in performing all kinds of plastic surgery procedures. Dr. Lefkovits attended Georgetown University School of Medicine and State University of New York Downstate Medical College for his degrees.