Just as pockets of fat can accumulate throughout the body, they can also deposit in places that are harder to conceal, such as the cheeks, chin, or neck. Facial liposuction can help women and men remove this unwanted fat. Removing this excess fat can lead to a more refined and appealing profile by improving the angle between the chin and neck. At the Jasin Facial Rejuvenation Institute, we strive to provide you with a simple yet fulfilling experience. To learn more about face and neck liposuction please request a complimentary consultation online, or call our office at 813-975-3223. We look forward to helping you improve your appearance and your confidence.
The benefits of face and neck liposuction may include*:
- Reduced or removed jowls
- Reduced or removed double chin
- Reduced “turkey neck” appearance
- Reduced overall fullness in the face
- Created definition in the cheeks
- The creation of a more defined jaw line
- Improvement of the angle between the neck and chin
Face & Neck Liposuction Procedure
To begin face and neck liposuction, small incisions are made beneath the chin and/or in front of the earlobes. Then, a small metal tube, called a cannula, is inserted beneath the skin. The cannula acts as a suction that removes fat cells. Once this is performed, the incisions are closed. Once fat cells are removed, they never grow back, but they may enlarge with weight gain. Results are permanent if the patient’s weight remains stable. All patients receive treatment in our Tampa state of the art fully accredited facility.
After face and neck liposuction your skin will shrink, creating a smooth, well defined, more youthful appearance. If you have an abundance of excess skin due to weight loss, or your skin has lost its elasticity due to age, you may also require a skin tightening procedure such as the Simplicity Face Lift in Tampa to achieve the look you desire.
*The results and experiences depicted illustrate results you may achieve if you choose to have a plastic surgery procedure. Individual results and experiences may vary by patient.