How to get rid of your "turkey neck"

Dr. Henstrom, a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon from Utah Facial Plastics, discussed a popular procedure for loose neck skin that can be done in-office with no general anesthesia. 

A direct necklift is a procedure that specifically addresses neck laxity by removing the loose skin that is often referred to as a “turkey neck”. Sometimes it is done with a chin implant, submental liposuction, and/ or eyelid surgery. Patients with severe neck laxity, primarily interested in improving neck only and not the jowls, are good candidates for the procedure. 

It requires two weeks for incision to heal and bruising and swelling to go down. 

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