For many Americans the underside of the neck can be a source of insecurity if they feel it lacks definition. A neck lift essentially does one of two things based on the needs of the patient: surgeons either remove excess skin or tighten the neck muscles to firm the appearance of the neck. Liposuction may also be used to remove fatty deposits. Because this a neck lift may involve the conjunction of several procedures, prices range from $4,000-$8,000. Several factors (including the region of the country in which the procedure will be preformed) impact the final cost of a neck lift:
Neck Lift Cost Factor #1: Surgeon’s Fee – A portion of the payment will go directly to the surgeon. Those with more experience will often time have a higher fee associated with their services. While we encourage anyone interested to shop around, keep in mind that the surgeons with the most experience are usually most qualified and are more likely to produce high quality results.
Neck Lift Cost Factor #2: Anesthesia Fee – Surgeons use general anesthesia, so that the patient sleeps through the duration of the procedure.
Neck Lift Cost Factor #3: Facility Fee – A neck lift is usually preformed in a hospital setting or outpatient surgical facility. Fees go to the upkeep and maintenance of the location of the procedure.
Financing a Neck Lift
Due to the cosmetic nature of this procedure, insurance companies typically do not cover the expenses. However, surgeons offer a variety of payment plans to accommodate the needs of their patients.
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