One unfortunate side effect of aging is how the tissues and structures of your face will change. Your skin and muscle tone will become more lax, and fat cells will shift or accumulate in unwanted areas. When fat displacement occurs, the selective removal of fat can help you to look younger. Liposculpting is an advanced procedure that selectively removes excess fat in the neck for a more youthful appearance.
Sculpt and Slim Your Neck
Liposculpting with Smartlipo™ enables the surgeon to remove fat from select areas while simultaneously tightening the skin. A patient who is interested in sculpting his or her neck can undergo liposculpting to carefully target specific areas. The most popular treatment area is the neck, but patients can also undergo treatment for the jowls and lower face to remove displaced or localized fat and tighten the lax facial tissues.
Why Liposculpting Is Better Than Liposuction
Liposculpting uses laser technology to disrupt the fat cells beneath the skin. This causes the fat to liquefy for easier extraction than liposuction is capable of performing. In addition, liposculpting allows fat to be removed without damaging the surrounding tissues, which is a potential complication associated with traditional liposuction. Another benefit of liposculpting is that many patients who could not qualify for traditional liposuction may be excellent candidates for liposculpting. Perhaps the greatest advantage is that the removal of excess facial and neck fat with liposculpting may delay the need for facelift surgery. Liposculpting can help you look your best and reveal a more youthful appearance.
The advanced technology in liposculpting allows you to sculpt and slim your facial appearance so that you have more youthful contours and definition. Our international facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Edmon Khoury, is a double board-certified expert in minimally invasive techniques like liposculpting. To schedule your liposculpting consultation with Dr. Khoury, please call (720) 475-8400 or fill out our online contact form today.