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That Turkey Neck Doesn’t Have to Be Forever with FaceTite

Published onApril 9, 2021 by
Neck Surgery

Most of us have that moment as we start to age: we look in the mirror and suddenly, we just don’t recognize the person there. Loose and sagging skin can dramatically alter your appearance, and often, the neck is the first place to show your age.

FaceTite offers a new approach to treating a sagging neck. It is quick, effective and doesn’t require surgery. 

What Is FaceTite?

FaceTite is a non-surgical procedure that eliminates neck fat and tightens the skin. It uses radio-frequency energy to target unwanted fat, heating it to destroy the cells without harming other tissues. This energy also stimulates the natural production of collagen and elastin by the body, which increases volume, filling out loose skin. 

Non-surgical options are ideal for those looking to make a change without investing time into recovery. In addition to the neck and jaw, FaceTite can be used anywhere on the face to contour and reduce signs of aging. 

FaceTite requires minimal recovery, which means you don’t need to take time off from work in most cases. It is a great alternative to turkey neck surgery for those who aren’t able to fit the recovery period into their schedule. 

Should You Get FaceTite for Your Neck?

Ultimately, that depends on your unique needs. For some, the only good solution will be surgery, especially for those whose neck sagging is significant. However, if you are just noticing things that concern you, or your sagging is moderate, FaceTite can help.

To learn more about FaceTite, schedule a consultation with Dr. Dellinger. Call us at 512-229-1978 or reach out through our contact page.

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That Turkey Neck Doesn’t Have to Be Forever with FaceTite
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That Turkey Neck Doesn’t Have to Be Forever with FaceTite
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Looking to treat a sagging turkey neck? Dr. David Dellinger of Elysian Plastic Surgery in Austin looks at one option available to you: FaceTite.
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