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G String Neck Lift in New York City and New Jersey

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The Plastic Surgery Center Internationale, which provides state-of-the-art innovations in the field of cosmetic plastic surgery & age management, offers G String Neck Lifts to patients who desire a fresh look.

If the effects of aging have robbed you of the long, lean neck of your youth, then consider having a neck lift. A neck lift is a surgical procedure used to rejuvenate and enhance the appearance and shape of the neck affected by aging or congenital deformities. Since all people are not the same, a single surgical neck lift procedure is not the right choice for everyone. Dr. Giampapa, a specialist in neck rejuvenation and enhancement, has published a systematic approach to evaluate the neck that allows surgeons to choose the appropriate neck lift procedure that will give the patient the desired result (Neck Rejuvenation With Suture Suspension Platysmaplasty Technique: A Minimally Invasive Neck Lift Technique That Addresses All Patients’ Anatomic Needs, Clinics in Plastic Surgery, January 2014).

One of the minimally invasive neck lift procedures offered by Dr. Giampapa at the Plastic Surgery Center Internationale is the G String Neck Lift. It is a minimally invasive surgical procedure designed to rejuvenate and enhance the neck contour and jaw line or individuals with early signs of neck aging.

For a consultation to find out which facial surgery procedures will be most beneficial for you, call the Plastic Surgery Center Internationale at 973-746-3535 today!

Who Is a Suitable Candidate for Neck Lift in New York and New Jersey?

While it is impossible to tell you definitively whether a neck lift is the right solution for your concerns, here are some general questions that suggest you may be a suitable candidate for a neck lift:

  • Is your facial skin and tissue healthy?
  • Are you realistic about your expectations for the outcome of the neck lift procedure?
  • Are you in reasonably good physical and psychological health?

If you honestly answered “yes” to these questions, then the next step is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Giampapa. During this appointment, you and the doctor will review your medical history, address any current medical concerns, and explore different options you have to achieve your goals for aesthetic surgery.

Rejuvenation of the neck involves the careful evaluation of six key anatomic points:

  1. Cervicomental angle depth
  2. Mandibular border definition
  3. Mandibular angle definition
  4. Labiomandibular fold prominence (jowling)
  5. Chin Prominence
  6. Neck width

By carefully assessing each one of these points during the consultation, the aesthetic surgeon can choose the neck lift procedure that will give the patient the best aesthetic result desired.

If both you and the physician decide a G String Neck Lift is the best choice for you, expect to receive instructions about how to prepare for surgery, as well as information about local anesthesia, sedation, pain control options, and post-surgical care.

If you are ready to find out if a G String Neck Lift is the best solution for you, call the Plastic Surgery Center Internationale at 973-746-3535 today to schedule your consultation.

What to Expect During a G String Neck Lift in New York and New Jersey

The “G” String Neck Lift procedure involves a small incision underneath the chin, through which excess fat in the triangle below the chin and jaw line is suctioned with a very thin cannula. Then, through small incisions inconspicuously placed in the creases behind each ear, a permanent nylon suture is drawn underneath the chin and neck muscle situated on either side of the neck and an artificial ligament is created.

Once the suture is anchored in place, the muscle is tightened and held in a more youthful position. Additionally, because the technique is performed below the jaw line, the chance of damaging facial nerves, which is always a risk with a facelift, is minimal.

Most patients report minor post-surgical swelling and/or mild bruising that lasts about a week. Your stitches are removed 7 to 10 days after surgery.

Other Facial Surgery Options in New York and New Jersey

So everyone can look and feel their best, Plastic Surgery Center Internationale offers the following facial plastic surgery procedures in New York and New Jersey:

For a consultation to find out which aesthetic surgery procedures will be most beneficial for you, call the Plastic Surgery Center Internationale at 973-746-3535 today!

The Cost of G String Neck Lift in New York and New Jersey

Most health insurance plans classify a G String Neck Lift as a cosmetic procedure, which means they do not extend benefits for these treatments. To make aesthetic surgery affordable and accessible to as many people as possible, Plastic Surgery Center Internationale accepts CareCredit® financing to cover the cost of our services. The application process is quick and easy, so you’ll know your financing options within hours. Our practice also accepts cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover.

Dr. Vincent C. Giampapa, a board-certified aesthetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgeon, recognizes that each patient has unique requirements and desires. His services have improved the lives of people from in and around New York, New Jersey, and the world. Dr. Giampapa is the inventor of the Suture Suspension Platysmaplasty Neck Lift and a pioneer in Stem Cell Research and Anti-aging Medicine. If you are looking for self-improvement via cosmetic plastic surgery and cosmetic anti-aging medicine, our professional team will accommodate your needs! Please call 973-746-3535 today to schedule your consultation!

 

Written by Plastic Surgery Center International April 7, 2014
DISCLAIMER: The photographs showing the models used on this website are for illustrative purposes only and have not received the mentioned procedures. Actual patients have the caption "Before" and "After" at the bottom of their photograph.