Smart Lipo Neck Is it right for me?
Fat can accumulate underneath the jaw and chin area. The concentrated area of fat results in a double chin. This can be a problem for people who are either obese of suffer from the condition due to genetics. People can have smart lipo neck surgery to remove the excess fat in the chin area to improve their face profile.
How does smart lipo work?
Smart Lipo neck surgery is performed using laser technology. Laser is used to remove stubborn pockets of fat located in the chin and neck area. The procedure is used to tighten the skin in the area and contour the areas under the chin. Laser is applied to chin and neck area. It helps dissolve the fatty tissue and breaks up the fat in the chin area. Once the procedure is completed, collagen production is stimulated. The end result is a more toned, tightened appearance.
How is smart lipo performed?
Smart Lipo is performed with anesthesia, sedation and a laser. The procedure is a form of laser assisted liposuction. A 3 mm incision is made to the chin area and wherever treatment is required. The laser is then directed toward the fat in order to melt it. As the fat is melted, it is removed.
What can one expect after having a smart lipo neck procedure?
Smart Lipo is a contouring procedure. It tightens the skin and transforms the structure of the neck and chin area. The fat is removed and a smoother jawline is achieved. One can achieve results comparable to a facelift, which can be a more invasive procedure.
Who may be a good candidate for this procedure?
A lot of people struggle with this problem. Often the problem is hereditary and in other cases, the issue is weight-related. If a person suffers from neck jowls, then Smart Lipo may be an option. The laser assisted liposuction method is ideal for those with moderate skin folds. Those who have larger skin folds to their neck and chin region may be better suited for a facelift procedure.
Many people are unable to achieve the desired look even after losing weight. If considering the procedure, schedule a consultation with a physician. A physician can help you determine whether or not the procedure is right for you based on the severity of your neck and chin area. Most doctors assess the patient’s condition and evaluate their goals to determine whether or not the individual is a good candidate for the procedure.