Neck Surgery

Neck Surgery

Some people experience structural problems of the neck. For example, a young or middle-aged person can exhibit a “Tickle,” or a deposition of fat around the neck. Neck fat is also related to aging and naturally the skin begins to sag. The radial muscle structures may be a part of the problem. Different treatment approaches are considered depending on the problem. Small incisions used in this procedure cause minimal scaring.

A face lift and neck surgery are often performed together. However if the problem is solely in the neck area then this surgery can be done on its own. A non-surgical solution to this problem involves botox treatments.