Do you have sagging jowls? Does the excess skin around your neck and jawline make you look older than you actually are?
If that’s the case, it’s time to discover the best way to treat sagging jowls: lower face and neck lift surgery.
Lower Face and Neck Lift for Sagging Jowls
A lower face and neck lift is one of the best ways to treat sagging jowls because its primary purpose is to remove excess neck and jowl skin, as well as tighten the remaining sagging skin. A lower face and neck lift is one of the few treatments that focus exclusively on the issue of sagging skin, which is precisely what happens when you have sagging jowls.
The lower face and neck lift is a great option for candidates who have significant sagging skin around the neck and lower jawline. All candidates should be healthy nonsmokers with realistic expectations in order to undergo this surgery.
Is a Lower Face and Neck Lift Enough?
While a lower face and neck lift can certainly address issues surrounding sagging jowls – as well as deep neck bands and wrinkles – many patients often ask if it’s enough. The answer is, it depends: if the sole reason you’re undergoing the treatment is to correct the appearance of sagging jowls, then the lower face and neck lift is the best possible treatment option.
If, however, you want to address other signs of facial aging, it may be a good idea to combine your lower face and neck lift with a mid face lift, temporal lift or even a brow lift. Here’s why: a lower face and neck lift is excellent for tightening skin around the neck and jawline, but if you have moderate wrinkles and skin sagging on your mid or upper face, the end result may look strange.
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Take the Next Step
Want to learn more about how a lower face and neck lift is the best way to treat sagging jowls? Schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Aycock in Walnut Creek, CA (925)-937-8377 or Greenbrae, CA (415) 925-1700.
Dr. Aycock serves the greater San Francisco Bay area.