What many people don’t realize is that your neck can be one of the first places to show your true age. Whether your neck is sagging due to excess fat deposits, hereditary reasons, gravity or age, Dr. Rosenblatt offers neck lift surgery.

How is a neck lift performed?

Many patients opt to have a neck lift in conjunction with a facelift. In this case, the procedure will vary and take longer. To perform neck lift surgery, Dr. Rosenblatt begins with a small incision under the chin, allowing access to the platysma (neck muscle). He then removes excess fat as well as tightens the skin and muscles.

The entire procedure typically takes about two to four hours, and you can expect Dr. Rosenblatt to guide you from your decision process to the recovery process.

Am I a good candidate for a neck lift?

You may be a good candidate for a neck lift if:

  • You have excess or sagging skin on your neck
  • You have excess fat on your neck
  • You have wrinkles on your neck

How much does a neck lift cost?

For questions about financing, ask to speak with our Surgical Consultant at your appointment. They can discuss all fees and costs with you.

Neck lift before and after photos in Manhattan

If you are considering a facial procedure, check out our neck lift before and after photos to see the amazing results you could achieve.

Dr. Rosenblatt offers other facial reshaping procedures including facelift, nose surgery, ear surgery, eyelid lift, brow/forehead lift, chin augmentation and neck liposuction.

If you are a patient in Manhattan or the surrounding areas of New York City and are considering cosmetic or reconstructive surgery, call Lenox Hill Plastic Surgery Center at (212) 570-6100. Our talented staff members can answer all your questions and also schedule your consultation.


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Dr. William Rosenblatt provides cosmetic plastic surgery of the breast, body, face (including nose), and skin, fat injections, Botox, ThermiRF, Radiesse, Juvederm, and Belotero Balance to those living in the New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island areas of New York, and the greater metro area, including New Jersey, and Connecticut.