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Neck lift costs start from £5,100. Neck lift costs can vary according to the size and scale of the operation.
Neck lift cost of surgery includes all your post-operative care and 24/7 nursing assistance and ongoing scar management.
A neck lift is done under general anaesthesia, an incision is made at the ears and the skin of the lower face and neck is then lifted. The excess skin is then removed and the incision closed with stitches. The procedure is designed to reduce any sagging skin around the lower half of the face and neck, small scarring may be seen although this is often easy to hide with a concealer and will heal through time.
A neck lift will often last between 10 to 15 years and if maintained properly may last even longer. An experienced surgeon is able to tighten the skin and remove unwanted fat deposits to ensure the results of a neck lift are long lasting.
The cost of a face lift and neck lift in the UK costs in the region of £10,000. This will vary from clinic to clinic and depend on many factors, such as the expertise of the surgeon, location and amount of surgery required.
To recover from a neck lift, refrain from any intense activities for the first few days after the surgery. It is also important to keep your head elevated above your heart to minimise swelling and to keep your head straight, refraining from any excessive twisting or bending of the neck. Avoid using ice on the neck as this can compromise blood flow and ultimately result in skin death.
The recovery time for a neck lift is often quite short, with most individuals being able to return to work after 2 weeks due to the bruising having subsided and swelling mostly gone. It takes around 3 months for the swelling to fully resolve and full results of the neck lift to be seen.
There are a few potential risks to a neck lift surgery individuals should be mindful of, these include bleeding, anaesthesia risks, infection, numbness and fluid accumulation. It’s important to note that the chances of these risks is very small and your surgeon will brief you on all safety procedures prior to the treatment.
At the Cadogan Clinic we provide patients with comprehensive advice regarding neck lifts, for more information on the procedure or to address any queries or concerns with a specialist, get in contact with us via the contact form on our website.
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