Neck lift is a type of surgical procedure that improves the appearance of a patient’s neck by
removing excess skin and tightening the muscles underneath.
The doctor then usually makes small incisions behind the ears and underneath the patient’s chin,
through which most of the surgery will be done. Reshaping the neck is a complicated process, and the
surgeon will likely use a variety of methods to achieve the best possible result. The complexity of neck
lift surgery means that it should only be trusted to an experienced, knowledgeable doctor.
The surgery takes 1-2 hours average.
Care after surgery:
Typically, neck lift surgery involves rapid recovery, though patients are advised to stay in bed for a few
days after the surgery and avoid excess movement. Some may experience minor bruising and swelling,
but these should subside within a week and should not be severe. Most doctors will have patients wear
a compression bandage for about a week after the procedure to promote healing, and patients are
advised to monitor their condition carefully for any complications arising from the surgery. Wear
button-down shirt, so you don’t have to pull a shirt over your head, which could disturb the bandages.
Most people can return to work in 10 to14 days. If you participate in other sports or are physically
active, you will have to wait at least three weeks.
We guarantee quality service and satisfying results of the operation but in cases of surgical
corrections, patient can assure a free of charge revision.
Risks and complications:
There are risks with any kind of surgery, and cosmetic procedures are no exception. In choosing to
undergo a neck lift, the patient risks infection and possible allergic reaction to the anesthesia; the
patient may also experience excessive scarring from the neck lift and other such complications. The
occurrence of these effects is very rare, however, and can be reduced further with the choice of an
experienced doctor. The patient should be sure to tell his or her doctor about any existing medical
condition or medication being taken.
Types of anesthesia use:
Neck lift will be done under General Anesthesia.
This procedure may be performed in the cosmetic surgeon’s office-based facility, an outpatient
surgery center, or at a hospital. This procedure is usually done on an outpatient basis
Preparation prior to surgery
Assessment of the medical history (any allergies, serious medical condition and all
medications taken both prescribed and non-prescribed), physical examination, and laboratory
tests will be performed during consultation.
Blood and urine samples will be collected for routine preoperative laboratory tests.
Smoking must be avoided for about 3-4 weeks prior to surgery, as nicotine interferes with
circulation and will greatly affect healing process.
You will likely to be asked to stop drinking alcohol, a week before the surgery and
throughout your recovery period.
Avoid taking any medications such as hormones, anticoagulants, anabolic steroids and
supplements at least 4-6 weeks to prevent complicating medical factors prior to surgery.
Avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and herbal supplements as they can increase
Most people are advised to eat healthily, because the body will need nutrients to heal.
Surgical fees are fully paid prior to your surgery. Costs may vary and depend upon the complexity of
the operation, where the surgery takes place and what anesthetic agent is administered. The payment
can be in the form of US dollars, Euro, Japanese Yen, Singapore Dollars, and Australian Dollars. We
also accept credit card (Visa, MasterCard) for your convenience but we usually charge additional 5%
Booking and reservation:
Booking will be confirmed as soon as you deposit 10% of the total cost for major surgery and 200 US
Dollars for minor surgery. Please send us the copy of your wire transfer receipt. Please inform us your
flight itinerary one week prior to the surgery.
Appointment with the surgeon:
Consultation will be scheduled upon request. We will arrange it once you have already booked
for the surgery.