MALE NECK LIFT SYDNEY NSW

A male neck lift can not only tighten and smooth your skin, but also fix a double chin and neck bands

The result is a much more youthful appearance and a more confident you.

Loose skin and excess fat can make you look much older than you feel. Dr Hunt has performed hundreds of neck lifts on men throughout his 20-year career.

Male Neck Lift Surgery Costs Sydney - How much does Male Neck Lift surgery cost in Sydney NSW? Prices & Fees

The costs for a Male Neck Lift surgery in Sydney vary depending on several factors. The type of procedure you get, type of anaesthesia used, location (hospital or clinic), the experience and talent of the plastic surgeon performing the procedure. Dr Hunt and his team will provide you with a detailed quote after your first consultation.

Is male neck lift surgery covered by Medicare or private health insurance?

If you meet certain strict criteria, you might be eligible for a partial rebate by medicare or health insurance subsidy for plastic surgery.

You can learn more about possible Medicare & Health Fund coverage, Male Neck Lift Surgery Payment Plan, or the costs for male plastic surgery on our Surgical Costs page.

Is Male Neck Lift Surgery Worth It?

According to RealSelf.com, 95% of patients undergoing male neck lift surgery are happy with the results achieved and found it totally worth it.

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With over 20 years of experience as a facial plastic surgeon, Dr Jeremy Hunt has built a reputation in Sydney for his ability to get the best results using the most innovative surgical techniques.

Dr Hunt prides himself on the level of care and attention he offers and that begins from the day of first consultation.

Join the thousands of happy past patients today by booking a consultation with Dr Hunt at your earliest convenience.

Dr. Jeremy Hunt prides himself on providing some of the best Male Plastic Surgery Sydney has to offer.

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Dr Jeremy Hunt is one of Australia’s leading specialist plastic surgeons. With over 20 years’ experience and thousands of happy patients, Dr Jeremy Hunt is the smart choice for your plastic surgery or non-surgical procedure.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health professional.

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FAQs

Should I have a Male neck lift?

Answer:

Do you have loose or crepey skin around the neck? Excess fat? Look older than you’d like to? Then you’re the ideal candidate for neck lift surgery.

However, any surgery is a big and highly personal decision. That’s why Dr Hunt personally meets with each and every potential patient to discuss their situation and goals. During this consultation, Dr Hunt will explain male neck lift surgery in detail, as well as evaluating your neck and face.

Dr Hunt will then recommend which neck surgery he feels will best achieve your desired results, whether liposuction (removal of excess fat), cervicoplasty (removal of excess skin) and/or platysmaplasty (tightening of the skin.)

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What's involved in male neck surgery?

Answer:

After choosing your preferred hospital, male neck lift will be performed under general anaesthetic by one of Dr Hunt’s carefully selected anaethetist partners, all of whom are members of the Australian Society of Anaethetists. Your safety and care is Dr Hunt’s number one priority.

Your surgery may entail one or more of the following procedures:

  • Liposuction: Dr Hunt will make a small incision below your chin to remove any excess fat from the neck area
  • Cervicoplasty: Dr Hunt will make small incisions behind your ears or under your chin to remove any excess skin
  • Platysmaplasty: Dr Hunt will make small incisions at your hairline or behind your ears to tighten any loose muscles and stretch any drooping skin

Your neck lift surgery may take anywhere between one and three hours, depending on the procedures required.

The result? A smoother, slimmer, younger-looking neck and years taken off you.

When can I go home after neck lift surgery for men?

Answer:

After your male neck lift surgery, you will stay in hospital overnight. Once you’re discharged, you’ll be given a prescription for pain medication to minimise any further discomfort. Cold packs can also help.

Will I have to return for post-operative care after neck contouring for men?

Answer:

You’ll see Dr Hunt during the days following your surgery. All sutures will be removed around one week after your procedure.

You will then have follow up visits with Dr Hunt at six weeks, six months and 12 months, to ensure that you’re both happy with your results.

How long will I be off work after a neck lift?

Answer:

You should allow around 10-14 days off work.

When can I resume my normal activities after male neck surgery?

Answer:

When you get home from hospital after your male neck lift surgery, you’ll relax in bed for the first couple of days. It’s important not to move around too much at this very early stage.

You should not increase your heart rate above 100 beats for minute for the first three weeks after surgery, and must sleep with your head elevated on two pillows for the first week to 10 days.

However, you will be able to wash your face and take care of your incisions two days after your surgery, and wash your hair the day after this.

When will I see the end result of a male neck lift surgery?

Answer:

You can expect to see the final result of your male neck lift approximately six weeks after your surgery. At this stage, you will meet with Dr Hunt to discuss your results.

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About Dr Jeremy Hunt

Dr Hunt has worked with thousands of patients across his 20-year career. He is widely regarded as a top plastic surgeon in Australia. This is reflected in his role as Spokesperson for the ASPS – Australian Society of Plastic Surgery. Dr Hunt is also a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) and Supervisor of Plastic Surgery Training at Sydney Children’s Hospital.

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