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The process of a surgical neck lift and the benefits it provides

With plastic surgery, adult men and women can enjoy subtle transformations that can make a big difference when it comes to one’s contours and body appearance. Dr. Thomas Romo III of Romo Plastic Surgery in New York, NY is a dedicated professional who can help patients in achieving their goals. The dreaded “turkey neck” is a common complaint, and thanks to procedures such as the neck lift, changes can be made for a firmer, tighter, and more youthful look!

What is a neck lift?

A neck lift is a plastic surgery procedure that helps to improve the appearance of the neck. It can help to reduce wrinkles and sagging skin, and it can also help to improve the contour of the neck. By tightening this area, many patients are pleased with the outcome with not only their appearance from a frontal standpoint, but also in the shape and contours of their profile.

Who is a candidate for neck lift surgery?

Most people who are considering neck lift surgery are those who have excess skin and wrinkles in the neck area. However, it is important to consult with a qualified plastic surgeon to determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure. Your doctor will evaluate your health history and examine your neck to see if the issue is severe enough to require plastic surgery. If there are any alternative treatments that the patient can benefit from, Dr. Thomas Romo III will make these recommendations where appropriate.

What is the neck lift surgery process?

The neck lift surgery process begins with a consultation with Dr. Thomas Romo III. He will ask you about your medical history and discuss your goals for the surgery. You will also have a physical examination to determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure. If you decide to move forward, you will then schedule your surgical date. Patients are anesthetized for comfort. Excess skin and tissue is removed from under chin and neck to remove sagging skin and tighten around the jawline.

How do I learn more?

Call Dr. Thomas Romo III of Romo Plastic Surgery at (212) 288-1500 to request a consultation visit.

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