Neck Lift (for Men)
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The gentleman pictured on this page has a common condition, excess skin at the anterior neck. The male cervicoplasty is done by directly excising the redundant skin, and tightening the underlying muscles of the neck (platysma). This can be done under local anesthesia in the clinic procedure room, and the recovery time is relatively short. Other options for this condition can include a standard facelift, but this is a much more involved procedure which can place visible scars on the cheek or around the ears, and can alter the growth of sideburn hair.