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Neck Lift

We don’t all age equally. For some, one of the first signs of aging can be lax skin and a loss of muscle tone in the neck area, resulting in jowls and what is often called “waddle” or a “turkey neck.”

This can be effectively addressed by a procedure called a neck lift, or rhytidectomy, which can be done alone or in combination with other procedures for a more complete rejuvenation.

When your neck area’s “age” doesn’t match your upper facial appearance, a neck lift alone can be a good solution.

What is a neck lift?

A neck lift is a cosmetic surgery procedure that tightens and removes excess skin and fat around your jaw line and neck, creating a more defined and youthful profile.

What does a neck lift cost?

A neck lift is a cosmetic procedure and is not covered by insurance.

Fee quotes are given at the time of consultation and range from $4,500 to $5,500 (depending on what additional procedures may be required). This includes the physician charge, facility fee, anesthesia fee, pre-operative visit, post-operative visits for up to three months, dressings and garments.

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