If you're searching for a top plastic surgeon, it's time to meet with Dr. Jones.
Utah's Preferred Neck Lift Surgeon
Did you know that more than 92% of neck lift patients report satisfaction with their results?
Neck lifts offer stunning results without the invasiveness of a full face lift. Here are some of our patients’ most common reasons for wanting a neck lift:
- I want to reduce signs of aging in my neck area
- I want to create a more defined jawline
- I want to get rid of my double chin/jowls/sagging skin
- I want to look more youthful
- I want to feel more confident!
There are tons of reasons to get a neck lift. What’s yours?
"I got a neck lift with Dr. Jones last year and I’m so in love with the results. I feel so confident now!"
What exactly is a neck lift?
A neck lift, also known as a lower rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure used to reduce visible signs of aging in the neck area.
During the procedure, excess skin and fat are removed from around the chin and jawline to create a more defined jawline and smooth out wrinkles and folds in the skin.
Additionally, underlying muscles may be tightened in order to provide a more youthful appearance.
The goal of the procedure is to create a smooth, toned neck and jawline that will reduce the appearance of aging and give you a more youthful look.
"I was nervous about surgery at first but Dr. Jones made me feel so confident. Loving the new me!"
Why choose Dr. Jones?
There are tons of reasons to choose Dr. Jones for your neck lift in Utah!
25 years of experience
With more than 25 years of surgical expertise, Dr. Jones is fully prepared to bring your cosmetic ambitions to fruition.
Board-certified by the ASPS and having conducted thousands of successful procedures for clients throughout Utah, you can trust that he has both the experience and skill needed for creating a stunning transformation!
When measuring the success of a surgical procedure, patient satisfaction is key.
Dr. Jones has been voted one of Utah's top performing plastic surgeons on Real Self due to his exceptional results and commitment to client happiness.
That means when you select him as your surgeon, you can expect safer procedures with minimal scarring, quicker recovery periods and stunning outcomes!
Convenience & comfort
Rather than relying on an external surgery center, Dr. Jones operates the Cascade Cosmetic Surgery Center and Medical Spa himself — making your entire procedure streamlined with only one spot to complete everything from beginning to end.
Plus, you'll have more flexibility when it comes to setting up a date that works for your busy schedule!
With Dr.Jones by your side, planning for your big day is much simpler than ever before!
"I look so much better and I don’t even look like I got surgery. Dr. Jones is amazing!"
Questions & Answers
Have questions about neck lifts in Utah? We have answers!
1. What is a neck lift?
A neck lift, or lower rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that can help improve signs of aging in the neck area. It works to reduce excess skin and fat in the jowls and jawline, as well as tighten loose muscles that may be present.
The goal of this procedure is to create a smoother, more youthful appearance in the neck area. It can be done alone or in combination with other facial rejuvenation procedures such as a facelift, brow lift, or eyelid surgery.
2. What are the benefits of a neck lift?
A neck lift can help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin on the neck. It can also improve a double chin, or areas that appear "jowly" due to excess fat.
A neck lift can also restore lost definition in the jawline, giving you a more youthful profile. Additionally, some people find that a neck lift can help them to feel more confident in their appearance.
3. How long does a neck lift last? Is it in-patient or out-patient?
A neck lift typically lasts from one to three hours. Depending on the extent of the procedure, it may be performed in an outpatient or inpatient setting, though it is typically outpatient.
It is important to discuss your individual needs with your plastic surgeon before scheduling a neck lift to ensure that you get the best results possible.
4. How do I pick the right neck lift surgeon?
It is important to do your research when choosing a neck lift surgeon. Be sure to look for someone who has extensive experience and training in performing neck lifts, as well as good reviews from past patients.
Ask friends or family members for referrals and be sure to ask any potential surgeons questions about their experience, qualifications, and results they have achieved with the procedure.
5. Is a neck lift covered by insurance?
In most cases, neck lifts are considered a cosmetic procedure and therefore are not covered by insurance. However, it is important to consult with your provider to determine if you have any coverage for the procedure.
6. What are the risks of a neck lift?
As with any surgical procedure, there are risks associated with a neck lift. These include infection, scarring, nerve injury, and changes in skin sensation. Additionally, some people may experience temporary numbness of the face or ear after the procedure.
It is important to discuss these risks with your doctor before having a neck lift so that you can make an informed decision.
7. What kind of questions should I ask at my consultation?
When attending your neck lift consultation, it is important to have any questions you may have ready. It is also beneficial to bring any pictures of the look you are hoping to achieve in order for your surgeon to get a better understanding of your desired outcome.
Be sure to ask your surgeon what kind of experience they have with neck lifts, how long the procedure will take, what you should do to prepare for the procedure, and how long the recovery process will be.
8. When can I expect to see results from a neck lift?
Most people see results from a neck lift immediately after the procedure. However, it can take several weeks or months for the full effects of the surgery to be visible. It is important to follow your surgeon’s postoperative instructions in order to ensure optimal healing and best results.
Additionally, as you age, wrinkles and sagging skin may reappear over time, so it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and protect your skin from sun damage in order to prolong the effects of your neck lift.
9. What is the recovery time for a neck lift?
Most patients can return to their normal activities within a week or two after a neck lift. However, it is important to take at least one week off from work and strenuous physical activity as your body heals.
You may experience some swelling, bruising, and tenderness in the area for up to six weeks, but this should gradually subside as your body heals. Additionally, you should avoid activities that could cause harm to the area, such as contact sports or vigorous exercise.
10. How should I prepare for a neck lift?
Before having a neck lift, it is important to follow your surgeon’s preoperative instructions. This may include avoiding smoking or drinking alcohol for several weeks prior to the surgery and stopping certain medications.
Additionally, you should eat a healthy diet and stay hydrated in order to promote healing after the procedure. It is also helpful to arrange for someone to drive you home after your procedure.
11. How can I maximize my results?
To ensure optimal results from your neck lift, it is important to follow your surgeon’s postoperative instructions closely. This may include avoiding certain activities and taking medications as prescribed.
Additionally, you should protect your skin from sun exposure with a high SPF sunscreen and wear sunglasses whenever possible. Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly can also help to keep your skin looking youthful and prevent signs of aging.
Consequently, following a proper skincare regimen can help to maximize the results of your neck lift.
12. When can I go back to work?
This will depend on the type of neck lift you had and your individual recovery. Generally, most people are able to return to work within a week or two after surgery with minimal discomfort.
However, it is important to follow your surgeon’s instructions for returning to normal activities and avoid any strenuous physical activity until fully healed. Additionally, if you feel any discomfort or pain, you should take a break from work until it subsides.
Dr. Jones vs. Other Plastic Surgeons
Because “good” isn’t good enough.
Trenton C. Jones MD
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
|Private surgery center
|25 years of experience
|Thousands of happy patients
|Team always on-call
|Top education & training
|Utah Plastic Surgery Society