Neck Liposuction


dr-steven-mobley-salt-lake-cityUtah Neck Liposuction can be an excellent option for people who have a stubborn area of fat just below the chin and above the Adam’s apple. The ideal candidates for neck liposuction are typically patients who are between the ages of 20 and 40, have good skin elasticity and have an overall more or less normal body weight.

As we age, certain changes occur in the jaw and neck area. You may be bothered by a loss of definition of the jawline, a weak chin, or a wattle in the neck area. Often, liposuction of the neck and jowl area is all that is needed. For some patients, a chin implant can add pleasing strength to the jawline. If you have excess “turkey gobbler” skin and muscle then combining neck liposuction with a surgical Neck Lift may be an excellent procedure choice for you.

With over 12 years in practice, a national lecturer and teacher and former associate professor of Surgery at the University of Utah; no other surgeon in Utah brings the experience that Dr. Mobley does to your neck liposuction procedure.

Dr. Mobley performs hundreds of cosmetic procedures each year focusing solely on the face, neck, eyes and nose. He has performed countless neck liposuction procedures- both as a stand alone procedure as well as a complement to other procedures to rejuvenate the face and neck.

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Mobley MD is a one of a kind haven for nose and facial transformation. Nationally acclaimed Steven Mobley, MD has improved the facial appearance of politicians, sports figures, and other nationally known individuals. He as also helped improve the lives of people from all walks of life, from doctors, to soccer moms, and business executives.
Dr. Steven Mobley has been featured on Inside Edition, Good Morning America, People and Cosmopolitan magazines. Dr. Mobley has over 15 years of experience and has positively transformed thousands of patients nose, eyes, ears, and necklines. Mobley MD Facial Plastic Surgery attracts patients from all over the world and all walks of life. We invite you to experience the difference for yourself.
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NECK LIPOSUCTION PROCEDURES


Utah Neck Liposuction begins with a tiny incision just below the chin. This incision, which heals rapidly, is less than 3/8” wide, allowing for the insertion of a gentle cannula from which the fat can be removed safely from just below the skin. The fat that bothers most people lies just below the skin where there are no significant blood vessels or nerves that can be damaged through liposuction making this procedure have an extremely high safety profile.

Recovery averages 10-14 days for most patients. While all surgery does have risk, neck liposuction is gently considered one of the safer procedures in facial plastic surgery.

NECK LIPOSUCTION: STANDALONE OR COMPLIMENTARY PROCEDURE


Neck liposuction can be a stand-alone procedure, and can also make an excellent cosmetic add-on with many other complementary procedures such as:

CHIN AUGMENTATION FACELIFT NECK LIFT

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Frequently Asked Questions About Neck Liposuction

In simplest terms, neck liposuction is the surgical removal of the layer of fatty tissue in the neck that is just under the skin. There is a small (<1/2 inch) incision placed just under the chin that allows the liposuction instrument to access the fatty tissues.  For many of my patients, getting rid of that “turkey gobbler” look is one of their greatest rewards from this procedure.

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Every type of surgery has risks. It’s my ethical responsibility to educate you on these risks so you can make the best possible decision for yourself while weighing these risks against the benefits of surgery. My training helps me to minimize these risks to the best of my ability, but I cannot eliminate them entirely.

Common risks include loss of hair follicles near incision sites, thick scars, residual fat or skin laxity, and blood collection under the skin. In general all of these risks are quite rare and the overwhelming majority of neck liposuction treatments heal very well without major problems.

The risks above are the most common ones that I think you should be aware of, but they are not a complete list of all possible risks. When I see you in consultation and we begin to formulate your surgical treatment plan, I’ll review with you not only these common risks but also the less likely complications that may occur.

To fully understand the costs of cosmetic surgery, you must understand the guiding principles of Dr. Mobley’s medical practice: Quality, Safety, and a Respect for Cost. Dr. Mobley has not designed the surgical experience to be lowest bid; rather, he wants you to have an exceptionally high-quality medical experience. If this interests you, please read on.

There are three main components that contribute to your final cosmetic surgery fee. The first component is the surgeon’s fee. As this is a medical experience, your final surgeon’s fee can only determined after a full consultation with Dr. Mobley where he will perform a complete history and physical exam and together you will formulate a treatment plan that best fits your cosmetic goals. Computerized imaging is often used to help better plan your surgery.

As a reference point, a recent survey of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery showed the professional fee for neck liposuction averages $2400. Dr. Mobley’s professional fees tends to be close to these national average fees. However, there are also facility fees (where the surgery is performed). In many cases, chin implants do not require formal anesthesia but when they do, there is an additional cost for the anesthesia provider.

In general, a standard neck liposuction that can be performed in the office will be around $1500 to $2000 “out the door,” which covers the surgeon’s fee, cost of the implant, and facility fee. If you are already in the OR having facial surgery, and wish to add-on neck liposuction, it could add approximately $1500 to your fee. Keep in mind that liposuction is included as part of neck lifting or face lifting and a so a separate charge for this is not the norm. Remember, you can always find a lower fee, but at Mobley MD we pride ourselves on the fact that Dr. Mobley is one of the most well regarded Facial Plastic Surgeons in the Mountain West. There are no regrets, when you choose the best.

After your consultation you will leave the office with an easy to understand written quote in which we will list the cost of these three components for your individualized surgical plan. Keep in mind that the facility and anesthesia fees are time-based and so may be increased, or decreased, based on the actual final length of your surgery.
Dr. Mobley wants to make cosmetic surgery available to as many people as possible. For that reason we have  partnered with CareCredit to provide lending services. With CareCredit you can take up to 36 months to pay with no interest programs available. When you come in for your consultation we will be more than happy to go over all your financial options with you.

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Neck Liposuction surgery may require one to two weeks for a complete recovery. Some of my patients are ready to work after just one week, but most require two weeks for a complete recovery. It is my experience that most people desire some privacy to their recovery, so waiting a full two weeks can be the best approach.

For the first 1-2 days following surgery, the face is wrapped with a compressive bandage. This can cause some pressure discomfort, but most patients find this very tolerable, particularly in combination with the pain medications that all patients receive. Once the compressive head-wrap is removed, most patients feel that the majority of their discomfort has been alleviated. It is normal to feel tightness in the neck muscles under the chin. This is simply a sign of a successful surgical tightening of the neckline. This lasts for about 7 days.

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