Before you get a neck lift, find out what the risks are, how to minimize them, and what you can expect during recovery. Dr. Harvey "Chip" Cole III, MD, FACS, Quadruple Board Certified Surgeon, explains everything you need to know. Visit https://oculusplasticsurgery.com/procedures/surgical-procedures/face-and-neck-lift-atlanta-ga to learn more.
Minimize Neck Lift Risks & Recovery Time
| Board Certified Surgeon Explains How
In 2020 alone, plastic surgeons
in America completed over
160,000 neck surgeries to
correct problems that are difficult
to repair with changes to your
exercise or eating habits.
Dr. Harvey “Chip” Cole III,
MD, FACS, Quadruple
Board Certified Surgeon,
explains the risks, and how
to minimize them in a new
The most common reasons
patients seek neck surgeries,
as explained by Dr. Chip Cole,
include double chins, sagging
neck or lower face skin, and
While an experienced surgeon can remedy
these problems, it is not without risks, and it
may take anywhere from 10 days to a month
before you can resume your normal activities.
The most frequently seen complications
of these procedures are minor, including
bruising and swelling that can often
persist for several weeks.
During the recovery process, Dr. Chip Cole explains that it is important
for you to keep your neck immobilized as much as possible, and your
Dr. Chip Cole is a recognized authority on cosmetic and reconstructive
surgeries, with more than 33,000 surgeries completed and over 33 years