A neck lift is a surgical practice that improves the visible signs of aging in the neck. Necklift surgery is typically performed on people between 40 and 65. The skin and muscles of the face and neck lose tone and elasticity as people age. Wrinkles in the skin appear as skin laxity increases with age. A neck lift improves the appearance of aging by tightening deeper structures, tightening and redraping the skin of the neck, and removing or repositioning specific areas of fat.
Necklift surgery can also be done alone or in conjunction with other procedures such as eyelid surgery, browlift, facelift, nasal surgery, laser resurfacing, or liposuction around the face. Furthermore, neck lift surgery is tailored to each individual, and the outcome is dependent on the degree of aging, skin quality, lifestyle, and the type of procedure performed. A neck lift rejuvenates the neck but does not fully reverse or stop the aging process.
The United States Neck Lift Surgery Market Insights:
The changes in facial features that cause an aged appearance due to various factors such as gravity, genetics, sun exposure, smoking, and stress are significant motivators for the United States neck lift surgery market share expansion. In the United States, in 2020, 160,235 neck lift surgeries were performed. As a result, tightening the platysma muscle along the neck is standard surgery. At the same time, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the average neck lift costs US$ 5,774.