FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Frequently asked questions
Who is the best candidate for liposuction on the face or neck?
The best candidates for neck liposuction are normal-weight people with firm, elastic skin who have pockets of excess fat. You should be physically healthy, psychologically stable and realistic in your expectations. Your age is not a major consideration; however, older patients may have diminished skin elasticity and may not achieve the same results as a younger patient with tighter skin.
What is the recovery like for face and neck liposuction?
Recovering from neck liposuction does not take long, as the procedure is minimally invasive. Within a few days, most patients resume normal daily activities, such as work and school, and light exercise may be resumed about a week after surgery. However, it may take up to six months or more to heal completely and see your final results. If neck liposuction is combined with other facial plastic surgery procedures, recovery and down time may be increased.
What is facial liposuction recovery like?
Your facial liposuction recovery process depends on whether or not you have other procedures performed at the same time. If facial liposuction is performed on its own, recovery is more straightforward. Expect some mild pain and discomfort, which can be controlled with OTC or prescription painkillers. Some swelling and bruising is also common. Wearing a compression garment for several weeks can help reduce any swelling.
What is face and neck liposuction?
What are the results of lipostion on the face and neck?
What is the difference between a neck lift and neck liposuction?
A neck lift procedure involves a small incision behind each ear. In some cases, a third incision under the chin is required. Neck muscles and underlying tissues are tightened and any excess sagging skin is removed through these incisions.