Oct 122017
 

Neck Lift


By (author): Joel Feldman

Neck lift is a popular procedure for patients desiring facial rejuvenation to restore youthful contours. A sagging neck and developing jowls are often the first visible signs of aging, and thus adequate correction of the neck becomes a primary concern for most patients. For many patients, particularly younger ones, a neck lift alone is sufficient to provide the lift they desire. For others, this procedure is combined with a more extensive face-lift procedure.

Neck Lift is a landmark work by one of the recognized pioneers in face and neck-lift surgery. Dr. Feldman’s corset platysmaplasty technique has revolutionized the way surgeons approach the neck. His ongoing innovations continue to advance the field. In this comprehensive, semi-atlas work, Dr. Feldman presents his dramatic technique for rejuvenating the aging neck and correcting ancillary problems such as jowling, bulging submandibular glands, and other gravitational changes in the mid to lower face and neck. Beautiful color illustrations and numerous preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative images help the reader visualize the steps of each procedure and appreciate the excellent long-term results that can be achieved. Special emphasis is given to the tips and tricks that distinguish an excellent result from an ordinary one and to the critical maneuvers that are key to each procedure.

Written in a personal and thoroughly inviting style, this remarkable book is both educational and enjoyable. It is destined to become a valued part of your library. To complement this book, a DVD with a video of operative technique is included.

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