Facial and Neck Liposuction

During the ageing process, certain areas of the body can accumulate fat that regardless of a healthy diet or exercise is hard to lose! The neck can be one of these areas. Fatty deposits in the neck can detract from the appearance of a person, making them seem older than they are, or even make a fit person feel out of shape.

Neck Liposuction is a method of removing undesirable fat from the neck to redefine the jaw line and eliminate the double chin. Dr Imani performs this sculpturing either at the same time as a facelift or as a single procedure. Conventional neck liposuction is usually performed with a small canula (tube) using a suction mechanism through tiny incisions in concealed areas. Other areas including the lateral face and neck can be accessed through incisions around the ear.

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Are there risks involved?

Yes. There are risks involved in all medical procedures. Dr Imani will gladly discuss and disclose all possible risks, benefits and alternatives involved at the time of consultation. Our practice staff will provide you with written procedure specific information sheets after your consultation.


Local anaesthetic with sedation, or general anaesthesia.


Inpatient short stay or outpatient/same day.

Length of Surgery:

1.5-2 hours.

Pain Score:

Minimal pain, relieved with simple pain killer.


A compression dressing is applied to the sculpted area. The dressing is removed three to five days after surgery.

Recovery and getting back to work:

For the first week after surgery you may engage in relaxed activities, and then begin to resume normal activities the following week. Final healing may take several weeks.

Back to work: 5 days-1 week.

Normal social, recreational, travel activities: 1-2 weeks.

More strenuous activities: 2-3 weeks.

Avoid more strenuous impact exercises or activities and direct sun exposure for 6-8 weeks.

Duration of Results:

Long term.

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

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