Minimally invasive neck lifts: have they replaced neck lift surgery?

Abstract

The aging neck is accompanied by an increase in submental fat, platysmal banding, and redundant dyspigmented skin. Creating a more acute cervicomental angle, distinct mandibular border, homogeneous skin tone, and smoother texture helps to achieve a more youthful appearance. The aesthetic provider's armamentarium has long had surgical techniques in the highest regard, but a new wave of minimally invasive procedures looks to offer a nonsurgical approach to cervicomental rejuvenation. Selecting the appropriate procedure for appropriate patients that will effectively meet their aesthetic goals and expectations is the core of successful neck rejuvenation.

DOI: 10.1016/j.fsc.2013.02.010

Cite this paper

@article{Dayan2013MinimallyIN, title={Minimally invasive neck lifts: have they replaced neck lift surgery?}, author={Steven H. Dayan and John P Arkins and Rahman Chaudhry}, journal={Facial plastic surgery clinics of North America}, year={2013}, volume={21 2}, pages={265-70} }