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Correcting the Turkey Neck
Posted: July 25, 2013
The late playwright Nora Ephron got it right when she said,”I feel bad about my neck.” In fact, this wry observation became the title of one her bestselling books of essays on aging. Ephron felt so betrayed by her sagging turkey neck that she was forced to sport turtle necks—even in the summer.
And she is far from alone.
There has been a spike of women in their 40s and 50s who are uber-selfconscious about the sagging or loosening of the skin below the chin or jaw. Some even notice cords or bands, which actually represent the weakening of the platysma muscle.
Unlike fine lines and wrinkles, you can’t just erase the waddle with injectables.
The only way to truly rein in this sagging is a neck lift. These can, and increasingly are, being performed as stand alone surgeries, says New York City facial plastic surgeon Sam Rizk, MD. His rapid recovery neck lift addresses the deeper tissues by starting under the muscle, and sliding it back into its original position. This means less bruising and swelling because the real work is being done under the muscle. The excess skin is then trimmed, resulting in a natural, softer look.
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