Necklift

Necklift surgery corrects the signs of aging in the neck and the jaw line. It often accompanies facelift surgery for a more comprehensive facial rejuvenation. Over time, the neck begins to age, resulting in sagging fat pockets from the jowls and nasolabial folds and banding from the plastyma muscle in the neck.

The most severe form of aging in the neck causes a “turkey neck” appearance that creates an artificially aged appearance. A necklift involves tightening the vertical bands in the neck in order to create a more defined jaw and chin.

The benefits of necklift surgery include:

  • • Removal of loose, sagging skin from under the chin
  • • Correcting vertical bands in the neck
  • • Eliminating area of fat from under the chin (double chin) and on the neck - Restoring a smooth, youthful looking neck

Good candidates for a necklift are healthy men and women with sagging skin and vertical bands in the neck. If there is excess fat, the patient may be a candidate for liposculpting as well. If the patient has jowling and is seeking a more defined jawline, a facelift may be effective as well.

The necklift procedure entails a small, well-hidden incision made either behind the ear, underneath the chin, or both. Dr. Miller will discuss the most effective options for your individual needs. The platysma muscle is identified and the edges of the muscle are sutured together creating a tightening effect. Excess skin behind the ear is removed and the soft tissue is secured in a more youthful, natural position.

Most patients can return to work within 5-7 days. The majority of visible swelling and bruising are resolved within one week. A compression garment is worn.

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Necklift FAQ's

How do I know if I am a candidate for a necklift?

Patients who have loose skin in the neck will often lose definition in the jaw-line and the neck. This loss of definition can make a person look tired and less youthful. Patients who experience these changes would benefit from a necklift procedure.


What is the difference between a necklift and lipocontouring of the neck?

A necklift involves tightening of the plastysma muscle in the neck and the removal of excess skin. Lipocontouring of the neck involves contouring of fat in the neck in order to achieve a more defined jawline, and chin.


Are there different necklift techniques?

Dr. Miller uses two different necklift techniques.

1. For patients who have mild banding of the platysma muscle right under the chin but otherwise have a nicely defined jawline, Dr. Miller will perform what he refers to as a mid-line platysmplasty. This technique entails a small incision that is well hidden under the chin. The banded portion of each end of the platysma muscle is then sutured together to create a smooth contour.

2. For patients who have more extensive laxity in the neck, Dr. Miller performs what he refers to as a formal necklift. In this procedure Dr. Miller combines the incision under the chin with well concealed incisions behind the ears. This approach allows the platysma muscle to be firmly anchored both under the chin in the midline as well as behind the ears.


Is a necklift frequently combined with other procedures?

Yes, Dr. Miller frequently combines a necklift with lipocontouring of the neck, facelift surgery, eyelid surgery, and fat grafting surgery. A comprehensive evaluation is done during the initial consultation and Dr. Miller advises patients on the most effective surgical options to accomplish his or her goals.


What kind of incisions will I have?

Necklift incisions are very well hidden. For a simple midline platysmaplasty procedure, the patient will have a small incision under the chin which typically heals very well. For a formal necklift, Dr. Miller makes an incision under the chin as well as very well concealed incisions behind the ears.


Will I have stitches?

Yes, the suture that Dr. Miller uses for a necklift procedure is typically dissolvable and resorbs in about 7-14 days with minimal long-term evidence of scarring.


What kind of anesthesia is used?

The necklift procedure can be performed under local anesthesia, conscious sedation, or, at the patient’s request, under general anesthesia. Dr. Miller has an extensive amount of experience performing necklift procedures under local anesthesia with oral sedation.


How long does the procedure take?

The procedure takes anywhere from 1-3 hours depending on whether or not a simple midline platysmaplasty or a formal necklift combined with a facelift is performed.


What is the best age to have a necklift?

There is no optimal age to have a necklift. In Dr. Miller’s experience, the neck is usually the first part of the lower face complex to show signs of aging. Dr. Miller has performed necklift procedures on patients ranging in age from the mid-thirties to mid-seventies. It is important to remember that each patient ages at their own pace and experiences the signs of aging in their own unique manner.


Will I look like a different person after a necklift?

The goal of a necklift is to provide a natural, subtle, refreshed appearance. Dr. Miller focuses on specific techniques that prevent an artificial, stretched appearance.


How long does it take to recover from a necklift?

Every skin type is different and everyone heals at his or her own unique pace. Most patients experience significant improvement in swelling, bruising, and scarring in the first week following surgery. After about 7-10 days of recovery, most patients are transitioning back to their daily routine. Complete resolution of swelling, bruising, and scarring can take up to 6 months.


How much time off work is required?

The answer to this question is largely dependent on what type of work you do. Most patient’s who work in an office environment are able to transition back to work after about one week. If you have a job that requires heavy lifting or is otherwise very strenuous it may take 3-4 weeks to transition back to work. Dr. Miller and his staff will go over this with the patient during his or her consultation.


When can I start exercising after a necklift?

Patients can typically start light cardio activity after 3-4 days. Heavy lifting and strenuous activity should be avoided for 3-4 weeks.


How long do the results last?

Dr. Miller’s goal is to get at least 10 years of longevity from a necklift procedure. It is not possible to guarantee that this can be accomplished and several factors can jeopardize the results. Some of these factors include premature over-exertion, chronic sun exposure, smoking, and weight gain. Most patients enjoy many years of enhancement.

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Lipocontouring of the Neck

Liposuction is commonly used in facial and neck rejuvenation and is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures. It can be done as an isolated procedure in order to sculpt the contours of the neck and face, or it can be done in combination with a number of surgical procedures.

Liposuction, also known as Lipocontouring, is a safe and effective way to contour the jawline, jowls, and the area underneath the chin known as the submental region. A tiny, well-hidden incision is made below the chin and a suction cannula gently removes the fat from the affected areas.

Ideal candidates are physically fit and have a healthy lifestyle. They often have persistent fatty deposits in the neck and jowels despite diet and exercise. Many patients complain they feel like they have a double chin. These fatty deposits often create a disproportional look to the neck and face.

Recovery time depends on the combination of proce- dures chosen. If neck liposculpting is done as an isolated procedure, recovery will take between 3-5 days. The majority of visible swelling and bruising should resolve within 1 week. Patients should anticipate about 3 days off of work. A compression garment is worn after the procedure. Final results can take up to 2 months.

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Lipocontouring of the Neck FAQ's

How do I know if I am a good candidate for lipocontouring of the neck

Good candidates for lipocontouring of the neck as an isolated procedure typically are younger patients who have excessive fullness under the chin. This fullness detracts from the definition of the jawline and the neck.


What kind of incisions are used?

Dr. Miller uses tiny incisions made under the chin and behind each ear. These incisions are well hidden and are rarely noticeable.


What kind of anesthesia is used?

Lipocontouring of the neck can routinely be done under local anesthesia with oral sedation.


How long does the procedure take?

The procedure typically takes about 45 minutes.


Will I have stitches?

1-2 tiny, dissolvable sutures are typically used to close each of the three incision sites. These sutures dissolve over a period of about 5-7 days.


Is lipocontouring of the neck frequently combined with other procedures?

Yes, lipocontouring of the neck is frequently combined with other procedures such as a necklift as well as a facelift.


How long does it take to recover from lipocontouring of the neck?

Everybody heals at his or her own unique pace. In Dr. Miller’s experience, patients who have lipocontouring of the neck as an isolated procedure are usually back to work in 3-5 days. The majority of the swelling and bruising resolved in the first couple of weeks. For some patients it can take several month before the final result is revealed.


Will I have visible scars?

Dr. Miller uses very small incisions placed in well-hidden areas combined with very fine suture. The result is virtually un-noticeable scars.


Will my neck be lumpy?

This is a very important question. Dr. Miller has performed many lipocontouring procedures on many patients with a variety of differing facial and neck structures. Experience is critical in determining how much fat is removed and from which region of the neck it is removed. Removal of too much fat can result in noticeable contour abnormalities under the chin as well as in the jawline. Dr. Miller is very precise in his approach to every procedure and takes all precautions to avoid this complication.


When can I start exercising after a neck lipocontouring procedure?

Most patients can transition into his or her standard workout routine within 1-2 weeks of having the procedure.

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What People Are Saying

"Great results! Dr. Miller is calm, positive and competent. I would trust Dr. Miller and his staff and I am glad I had the improvement done by Dr. Miller."
- D.C., RN

    Before and After Photos

Necklift

Necklift surgery corrects the signs of aging in the neck and the jaw line. It often accompanies facelift surgery for a more comprehensive facial rejuvenation. Over time, the neck begins to age, resulting in sagging fat pockets from the jowls and nasolabial folds and banding from the plastyma muscle in the neck.

The most severe form of aging in the neck causes a “turkey neck” appearance that creates an artificially aged appearance. A necklift involves tightening the vertical bands in the neck in order to create a more defined jaw and chin.

The benefits of necklift surgery include:

  • • Removal of loose, sagging skin from under the chin
  • • Correcting vertical bands in the neck
  • • Eliminating area of fat from under the chin (double chin) and on the neck - Restoring a smooth, youthful looking neck

Good candidates for a necklift are healthy men and women with sagging skin and vertical bands in the neck. If there is excess fat, the patient may be a candidate for liposculpting as well. If the patient has jowling and is seeking a more defined jawline, a facelift may be effective as well.

The necklift procedure entails a small, well-hidden incision made either behind the ear, underneath the chin, or both. Dr. Miller will discuss the most effective options for your individual needs. The platysma muscle is identified and the edges of the muscle are sutured together creating a tightening effect. Excess skin behind the ear is removed and the soft tissue is secured in a more youthful, natural position.

Most patients can return to work within 5-7 days. The majority of visible swelling and bruising are resolved within one week. A compression garment is worn.

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Necklift FAQ's

How do I know if I am a candidate for a necklift?

Patients who have loose skin in the neck will often lose definition in the jaw-line and the neck. This loss of definition can make a person look tired and less youthful. Patients who experience these changes would benefit from a necklift procedure.


What is the difference between a necklift and lipocontouring of the neck?

A necklift involves tightening of the plastysma muscle in the neck and the removal of excess skin. Lipocontouring of the neck involves contouring of fat in the neck in order to achieve a more defined jawline, and chin.


Are there different necklift techniques?

Dr. Miller uses two different necklift techniques.

1. For patients who have mild banding of the platysma muscle right under the chin but otherwise have a nicely defined jawline, Dr. Miller will perform what he refers to as a mid-line platysmplasty. This technique entails a small incision that is well hidden under the chin. The banded portion of each end of the platysma muscle is then sutured together to create a smooth contour.

2. For patients who have more extensive laxity in the neck, Dr. Miller performs what he refers to as a formal necklift. In this procedure Dr. Miller combines the incision under the chin with well concealed incisions behind the ears. This approach allows the platysma muscle to be firmly anchored both under the chin in the midline as well as behind the ears.


Is a necklift frequently combined with other procedures?

Yes, Dr. Miller frequently combines a necklift with lipocontouring of the neck, facelift surgery, eyelid surgery, and fat grafting surgery. A comprehensive evaluation is done during the initial consultation and Dr. Miller advises patients on the most effective surgical options to accomplish his or her goals.


What kind of incisions will I have?

Necklift incisions are very well hidden. For a simple midline platysmaplasty procedure, the patient will have a small incision under the chin which typically heals very well. For a formal necklift, Dr. Miller makes an incision under the chin as well as very well concealed incisions behind the ears.


Will I have stitches?

Yes, the suture that Dr. Miller uses for a necklift procedure is typically dissolvable and resorbs in about 7-14 days with minimal long-term evidence of scarring.


What kind of anesthesia is used?

The necklift procedure can be performed under local anesthesia, conscious sedation, or, at the patient’s request, under general anesthesia. Dr. Miller has an extensive amount of experience performing necklift procedures under local anesthesia with oral sedation.


How long does the procedure take?

The procedure takes anywhere from 1-3 hours depending on whether or not a simple midline platysmaplasty or a formal necklift combined with a facelift is performed.


What is the best age to have a necklift?

There is no optimal age to have a necklift. In Dr. Miller’s experience, the neck is usually the first part of the lower face complex to show signs of aging. Dr. Miller has performed necklift procedures on patients ranging in age from the mid-thirties to mid-seventies. It is important to remember that each patient ages at their own pace and experiences the signs of aging in their own unique manner.


Will I look like a different person after a necklift?

The goal of a necklift is to provide a natural, subtle, refreshed appearance. Dr. Miller focuses on specific techniques that prevent an artificial, stretched appearance.


How long does it take to recover from a necklift?

Every skin type is different and everyone heals at his or her own unique pace. Most patients experience significant improvement in swelling, bruising, and scarring in the first week following surgery. After about 7-10 days of recovery, most patients are transitioning back to their daily routine. Complete resolution of swelling, bruising, and scarring can take up to 6 months.


How much time off work is required?

The answer to this question is largely dependent on what type of work you do. Most patient’s who work in an office environment are able to transition back to work after about one week. If you have a job that requires heavy lifting or is otherwise very strenuous it may take 3-4 weeks to transition back to work. Dr. Miller and his staff will go over this with the patient during his or her consultation.


When can I start exercising after a necklift?

Patients can typically start light cardio activity after 3-4 days. Heavy lifting and strenuous activity should be avoided for 3-4 weeks.


How long do the results last?

Dr. Miller’s goal is to get at least 10 years of longevity from a necklift procedure. It is not possible to guarantee that this can be accomplished and several factors can jeopardize the results. Some of these factors include premature over-exertion, chronic sun exposure, smoking, and weight gain. Most patients enjoy many years of enhancement.

Hide Info

Lipocontouring of the Neck

Liposuction is commonly used in facial and neck rejuvenation and is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures. It can be done as an isolated procedure in order to sculpt the contours of the neck and face, or it can be done in combination with a number of surgical procedures.

Liposuction, also known as Lipocontouring, is a safe and effective way to contour the jawline, jowls, and the area underneath the chin known as the submental region. A tiny, well-hidden incision is made below the chin and a suction cannula gently removes the fat from the affected areas.

Ideal candidates are physically fit and have a healthy lifestyle. They often have persistent fatty deposits in the neck and jowels despite diet and exercise. Many patients complain they feel like they have a double chin. These fatty deposits often create a disproportional look to the neck and face.

Recovery time depends on the combination of proce- dures chosen. If neck liposculpting is done as an isolated procedure, recovery will take between 3-5 days. The majority of visible swelling and bruising should resolve within 1 week. Patients should anticipate about 3 days off of work. A compression garment is worn after the procedure. Final results can take up to 2 months.

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Lipocontouring of the Neck FAQ's

How do I know if I am a good candidate for lipocontouring of the neck?

Good candidates for lipocontouring of the neck as an isolated procedure typically are younger patients who have excessive fullness under the chin. This fullness detracts from the definition of the jawline and the neck.


What kind of incisions are used?

Dr. Miller uses tiny incisions made under the chin and behind each ear. These incisions are well hidden and are rarely noticeable.


What kind of anesthesia is used?

Lipocontouring of the neck can routinely be done under local anesthesia with oral sedation.


How long does the procedure take?

The procedure typically takes about 45 minutes.


Will I have stitches?

1-2 tiny, dissolvable sutures are typically used to close each of the three incision sites. These sutures dissolve over a period of about 5-7 days.


Is lipocontouring of the neck frequently combined with other procedures?

Yes, lipocontouring of the neck is frequently combined with other procedures such as a necklift as well as a facelift.


How long does it take to recover from lipocontouring of the neck?

Everybody heals at his or her own unique pace. In Dr. Miller’s experience, patients who have lipocontouring of the neck as an isolated procedure are usually back to work in 3-5 days. The majority of the swelling and bruising resolved in the first couple of weeks. For some patients it can take several month before the final result is revealed.


Will I have visible scars?

Dr. Miller uses very small incisions placed in well-hidden areas combined with very fine suture. The result is virtually un-noticeable scars.


Will my neck be lumpy?

This is a very important question. Dr. Miller has performed many lipocontouring procedures on many patients with a variety of differing facial and neck structures. Experience is critical in determining how much fat is removed and from which region of the neck it is removed. Removal of too much fat can result in noticeable contour abnormalities under the chin as well as in the jawline. Dr. Miller is very precise in his approach to every procedure and takes all precautions to avoid this complication.


When can I start exercising after a neck lipocontouring procedure?

Most patients can transition into his or her standard workout routine within 1-2 weeks of having the procedure.

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What People Are Saying

"I couldn’t have been happier with both the results and the ease of the recovery process. The procedure was completely free of discomfort and Dr. Miller, his assistant and the staff deserve high marks for how considerate and caring they are. Dr. Miller is personable and certainly highly skilled. I am thrilled with the outcome even at this early date with my upper blepharoplasty. I was able to return to work within days with a small amount of bruising. Two weeks later, I am nearly free of all evidence of the procedure, exuding confidence and happiness with my younger looking eyes, and all without a single dose of prescription or over-the-counter pain relief."
- Deanna B.

    Before and After Photos

Necklift

Necklift surgery corrects the signs of aging in the neck and the jaw line. It often accompa- nies facelift surgery for a more comprehensive facial rejuvenation. Over time, the neck begins to age, resulting in sagging fat pockets from the jowls and nasolabial folds and band- ing from the plastyma muscle in the neck.

The most severe form of aging in the neck causes a “turkey neck” appearance that creates an artificially aged appearance. A necklift involves tightening the vertical bands in the neck in order to create a more defined jaw and chin.

The benefits of necklift surgery include:

  • • Removal of loose, sagging skin from under the chin
  • • Correcting vertical bands in the neck
  • • Eliminating area of fat from under the chin (double chin) and on the neck - Restoring a smooth, youthful looking neck

Good candidates for a necklift are healthy men and women with sagging skin and vertical bands in the neck. If there is excess fat, the patient may be a candidate for liposculpting as well. If the patient has jowling and is seeking a more defined jawline, a facelift may be effec- tive as well.

The necklift procedure entails a small, well-hidden incision made either behind the ear, underneath the chin, or both. Dr. Miller will discuss the most effective options for your individual needs. The platysma muscle is identified and the edges of the muscle are sutured together creating a tightening effect. Excess skin behind the ear is removed and the soft tissue is secured in a more youthful, natural position.

Most patients can return to work within 5-7 days. The majority of visible swelling and bruis- ing are resolved within one week. A compression garment is worn.

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Necklift FAQ's

How do I know if I am a candidate for a necklift?

Patients who have loose skin in the neck will often lose definition in the jaw-line and the neck. This loss of definition can make a person look tired and less youthful. Patients who experience these changes would benefit from a necklift procedure.


What is the difference between a necklift and lipocontouring of the neck?

A necklift involves tightening of the plastysma muscle in the neck and the removal of excess skin. Lipocontouring of the neck involves contouring of fat in the neck in order to achieve a more defined jawline, and chin.


Are there different necklift techniques?

Dr. Miller uses two different necklift techniques.

1. For patients who have mild banding of the platysma muscle right under the chin but otherwise have a nicely defined jawline, Dr. Miller will perform what he refers to as a mid-line platysmplasty. This technique entails a small incision that is well hidden under the chin. The banded portion of each end of the platysma muscle is then sutured together to create a smooth contour.

2. For patients who have more extensive laxity in the neck, Dr. Miller performs what he refers to as a formal necklift. In this procedure Dr. Miller combines the incision under the chin with well concealed incisions behind the ears. This approach allows the platysma muscle to be firmly anchored both under the chin in the midline as well as behind the ears.


Is a necklift frequently combined with other procedures?

Yes, Dr. Miller frequently combines a necklift with lipocontouring of the neck, facelift surgery, eyelid surgery, and fat grafting surgery. A comprehensive evaluation is done during the initial consultation and Dr. Miller advises patients on the most effective surgical options to accomplish his or her goals.


What kind of incisions will I have?

Necklift incisions are very well hidden. For a simple midline platysmaplasty procedure, the patient will have a small incision under the chin which typically heals very well. For a formal necklift, Dr. Miller makes an incision under the chin as well as very well concealed incisions behind the ears.


Will I have stitches?

Yes, the suture that Dr. Miller uses for a necklift procedure is typically dissolvable and resorbs in about 7-14 days with minimal long-term evidence of scarring.


What kind of anesthesia is used?

The necklift procedure can be performed under local anesthesia, conscious sedation, or, at the patient’s request, under general anesthesia. Dr. Miller has an extensive amount of experience performing necklift procedures under local anesthesia with oral sedation.


How long does the procedure take?

The procedure takes anywhere from 1-3 hours depending on whether or not a simple midline platysmaplasty or a formal necklift combined with a facelift is performed.


What is the best age to have a necklift?

There is no optimal age to have a necklift. In Dr. Miller’s experience, the neck is usually the first part of the lower face complex to show signs of aging. Dr. Miller has performed necklift procedures on patients ranging in age from the mid-thirties to mid-seventies. It is important to remember that each patient ages at their own pace and experiences the signs of aging in their own unique manner.


Will I look like a different person after a necklift?

The goal of a necklift is to provide a natural, subtle, refreshed appearance. Dr. Miller focuses on specific techniques that prevent an artificial, stretched appearance.


How long does it take to recover from a necklift?

Every skin type is different and everyone heals at his or her own unique pace. Most patients experience significant improvement in swelling, bruising, and scarring in the first week following surgery. After about 7-10 days of recovery, most patients are transitioning back to their daily routine. Complete resolution of swelling, bruising, and scarring can take up to 6 months.


How much time off work is required?

The answer to this question is largely dependent on what type of work you do. Most patient’s who work in an office environment are able to transition back to work after about one week. If you have a job that requires heavy lifting or is otherwise very strenuous it may take 3-4 weeks to transition back to work. Dr. Miller and his staff will go over this with the patient during his or her consultation.


When can I start exercising after a necklift?

Patients can typically start light cardio activity after 3-4 days. Heavy lifting and strenuous activity should be avoided for 3-4 weeks.


How long do the results last?

Dr. Miller’s goal is to get at least 10 years of longevity from a necklift procedure. It is not possible to guarantee that this can be accomplished and several factors can jeopardize the results. Some of these factors include premature over-exertion, chronic sun exposure, smoking, and weight gain. Most patients enjoy many years of enhancement.

Hide Info

Lipocontouring of the Neck

Liposuction is commonly used in facial and neck rejuve- nation and is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures. It can be done as an isolated procedure in order to sculpt the contours of the neck and face, or it can be done in combination with a number of surgical procedures.

Liposuction, also known as Lipocontouring, is a safe and effective way to contour the jawline, jowls, and the area underneath the chin known as the submental region. A tiny, well-hidden incision is made below the chin and a suction cannula gently removes the fat from the affected areas.

Ideal candidates are physically fit and have a healthy lifestyle. They often have persistent fatty deposits in the neck and jowels despite diet and exercise. Many patients complain they feel like they have a double chin. These fatty deposits often create a disproportional look to the neck and face.

Recovery time depends on the combination of proce- dures chosen. If neck liposculpting is done as an isolated procedure, recovery will take between 3-5 days. The majority of visible swelling and bruising should resolve within 1 week. Patients should anticipate about 3 days off of work. A compression garment is worn after the procedure. Final results can take up to 2 months.

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Lipocontouring of the Neck FAQ's

How do I know if I am a good candidate for lipocontouring of the neck?

Good candidates for lipocontouring of the neck as an isolated procedure typically are younger patients who have excessive fullness under the chin. This fullness detracts from the definition of the jawline and the neck.


What kind of incisions are used?

Dr. Miller uses tiny incisions made under the chin and behind each ear. These incisions are well hidden and are rarely noticeable.


What kind of anesthesia is used?

Lipocontouring of the neck can routinely be done under local anesthesia with oral sedation.


How long does the procedure take?

The procedure typically takes about 45 minutes.


Will I have stitches?

1-2 tiny, dissolvable sutures are typically used to close each of the three incision sites. These sutures dissolve over a period of about 5-7 days.


Is lipocontouring of the neck frequently combined with other procedures?

Yes, lipocontouring of the neck is frequently combined with other procedures such as a necklift as well as a facelift.


How long does it take to recover from lipocontouring of the neck?

Everybody heals at his or her own unique pace. In Dr. Miller’s experience, patients who have lipocontouring of the neck as an isolated procedure are usually back to work in 3-5 days. The majority of the swelling and bruising resolved in the first couple of weeks. For some patients it can take several month before the final result is revealed.


Will I have visible scars?

Dr. Miller uses very small incisions placed in well-hidden areas combined with very fine suture. The result is virtually un-noticeable scars.


Will my neck be lumpy?

This is a very important question. Dr. Miller has performed many lipocontouring procedures on many patients with a variety of differing facial and neck structures. Experience is critical in determining how much fat is removed and from which region of the neck it is removed. Removal of too much fat can result in noticeable contour abnormalities under the chin as well as in the jawline. Dr. Miller is very precise in his approach to every procedure and takes all precautions to avoid this complication.


When can I start exercising after a neck lipocontouring procedure?

Most patients can transition into his or her standard workout routine within 1-2 weeks of having the procedure.

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What People Are Saying

"The whole experience was just awesome. Starting with the consultation where I was reassured about my safety and the people who would be around me during my surgery. Dr. Miller and staff answered all questions and my results are fantastic. Dr. Miller and the staff were attentive through the entire preoperative, operative and post-operative process. Thank you to Dr. Miller and his team."
- Carol G.