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Be Proud of Your Chin in 2018 with Submental Liposuction

As our bodies change over time, it is common for issues to arise that can only be resolved through plastic surgery. Lubbock men and women who suffer from sagging necks or double chins know that hitting the gym and cutting calories won’t do any them any good. Submental liposuction, or liposuction of the chin or neck area, can give your jawline youthful definition and eliminate that loose skin.

Who is a Good Candidate?

If you have saggy skin around the neck and jawline, submental liposuction might be right for you. The procedure works well for people with good skin elasticity because their skin will respond well to the changes. It is also important for plastic surgery candidates to maintain a consistent, healthy weight and be in overall good health.

What to Expect

For submental liposuction plastic surgery, Lubbock patients can expect dramatic results from a relatively quick and simple procedure. The surgery usually takes 20 to 30 minutes and almost always requires just a local anesthetic. The surgeon will suction fat from your neck through a small incision under the chin. The typical recovery time is minimal will require you to wear a chin strap for a few days after the surgery and then at night for about two weeks.

Plastic Surgery Lubbock Loves

Liposuction of the neck area is a procedure that gets predictable results in the hands of an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Jane Rowley. With just one visit and minimal recovery time, the results of this procedure are some the best among plastic surgery options. After the saggy skin around your chin and neck are gone, you’ll be left with a leaner, more youthful looking neck that brings the attention back to your face.

Dr. Rowley has more than 20 years of experience helping her patients achieve their cosmetic goals. It’s time to get your confidence back by feeling good in your own skin. Call our office today to schedule a no-obligation consultation.

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