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A neck lift is a procedure to redefine a youthful-looking neck, by contouring the skin around the jawline, removing excess fat tissue, and redraping it. Also called ‘lower rhytidectomy, the procedure focuses on the lower face area, with a similar incision that is hidden along the sideburn and around the ear to the hair behind. Excess fat may be redistributed, the platysma muscle is tightened, and excess skin is removed, then redraped. Another incision under the chin may be performed for liposuction or repair of the muscle. The candidates for this procedure include people with signs of neck ageing. Several conditions such as people with hypertension and clotting disorders may need a further assessment before going through the procedure. Preparation may include a detailed history of medical history and medications, physical examination, smoking cessation, antiplatelet and anticoagulant withdrawal for about one week before surgery.

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