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Commonly Asked Questions About the Neck Lift at the Dr Lanzer Clinic
The neck lift is the topic of some of the most commonly asked questions at the Dr Lanzer Clinic. As a medical team, it is therefore our duty to inform patients as best as possible; this to ensure they know everything they need to know about the procedure they might embark upon.
Patients can get a lot of information about procedures on the Dr Lanzer website, and this is no different for the neck lift. Below, we have created an overview of the most commonly asked questions and their answers, so you can attend your appointment with all the information you need.
Cannot find the answer to your question in this overview? No need to worry, because the Dr Lanzer Clinic will be more than happy to answer your questions via telephone or during your appointment.
Do I Need Post-Operative Bandages After a Neck Lift?
After a neck lift, whether it is with surgery or with liposculpture, we do recommend wearing a sling; this will help the contraction of the neck and tends to reduce any bruising and swelling.
When Will I Be Able to Get Back to Work?
After liposculpture, patients can usually return to work after a couple of days or a week. Once patients have a mini surgical face and neck lift, it generally requires recovery of 2 weeks. Of course, we urge you not to take these estimates as a certainty, since every patient heals in his or her own time.
Can a Surgeon Perform a Neck Lift without a Facelift?
Some patients age more on the face than on the neck. Therefore, each procedure can be performed separately. Often the two age together and work as one unit in unison. Therefore, when performing a face lift, it is often recommended to perform the neck lift and vice versa.
Is There an Age Limit for the Neck Lift Procedure?
The neck lift can be performed at all ages. Sometimes, there is a genetic predisposition for fat and aging of the neck. So, it is not uncommon for the procedure to be performed in a patient’s 20’s and 30’s. However, most patients have it between 40 and 60 years of age.
Patients today are now having surgery well into the 80’s and a mini neck lift would be a procedure that could be done. However, most cases require some preparation; this includes to stop aspirin if they are having it as a prophylactic preventative therapy.
Where Is the Neck Lift Procedure Performed?
Dr Lanzer performs the neck lift either in his state of the art Day Surgery Centre in Malvern in Melbourne or in his Day Surgery Centre in Pitt Street in Sydney.
Will I Require a General Anaesthetic?
Neck lift can be performed either awake with some local anaesthetic or asleep under light general anaesthetic. These options will be discussed with you by Dr Lanzer in your free no-obligation consultation.
How Can I See What a Surgical Neck Lift Would Look Like?
It is worth looking at some of Dr Lanzer’s videos on Healthy Me TV. There is a video that looks at mini face lift and you would be able to visualise the actual site of the incisions.
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Surgical Warning: Every form of surgery has a possibility of a complication and these are given to you in detail by Dr Lanzer. It is a good idea to understand your surgical procedure well, and to obtain further advice from another Specialist Cosmetic surgeon such as a Dermatologist like Dr Lanzer.
All photographs represent one person's experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients of Dr Lanzer. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken.
Some before and after photos shown are not exact, in that they vary in light, contrast, clothing, background, distance from camera, hairstyle and make-up.