It is not uncommon for older men and women to approach Dr. Thomas Romo III of Romo Plastic Surgery asking about facial surgeries to turn back the hands of time. Fine lines and wrinkles naturally form on the face as we age due to the loss of collagen and elastin. It can significantly change a patient’s youthful appearance and cause individuals to feel self-conscious about the way they look. With aesthetic plastic surgeries, patients can achieve the results they want. One procedure that is often requested by patients who visit Romo Plastic Surgery of New York is the platysplasty, or “neck lift.”
How does a neck lift work?
The neck lift procedure is a treatment used to address excess skin around the neck area to create a more defined jaw line and reduce bands across the neck. This treatment is achieved by removing both fat and skin and tightening the area with incisions behind the ears. By strategically planning the incision points, patients can avoid the appearance of scarring as it is well-disguised in areas around the face, such as behind the ears or within the hairline. The result of the neck lift procedure is a tightened neck and jaw and smoother skin.
Who is a proper fit for the platysplasty procedure?
During an initial consultation with Dr. Thomas Romo III, New York, NY area patients can speak to their doctor about the results they would like to see and pinpoint the areas of concern. Patients should be adults within their ideal weight range with mild to moderate signs of aging in the face and neck area. At this appointment, patients can ask about how the procedure is performed to get a good idea of what to expect during their surgery. Patients should have realistic expectations as to what can be achieved with this and other facial plastic surgeries available at Romo Plastic Surgery of New York.
Are you ready to learn more about the neck lift procedure?
If you live in the area of New York and want to speak to a provider about facial plastic surgeries such as the neck lift, book an appointment with Dr. Thomas Romo III by calling (212) 288-1500. The office is conveniently located at 135 East 74th Street and accepts new patients.