How Much Does a Neck Lift Cost in 2022? | RealSelf (2022)

A neck lift costs $9,125 on average, but the price can range from $1,500 to $16,600, according to 2,452 reviews from RealSelf members.

This surgical procedure reduces sagging skin, excess fat, and muscle weakness, all of which contribute to a “turkey neck” appearance. The ideal result is a slimmer, more defined and youthful jawline, chin, and neck.

A neck lift is considered elective cosmetic surgery, so it’s not covered by insurance.

Read on to learn what to look for in your cost quote, why the price can vary so much, and whether actual patients think their results were worth the money.

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What does the cost of a neck lift include?

During your consultation, you and your prospective surgeon should discuss their recommended treatment plan in detail.

This is the perfect time to ask for a detailed cost quote, including:

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  • The consultation fee, which is typically applied to the cost of your procedure
  • The surgeon’s fee
  • The facility fee
  • The anesthesia fee
  • Follow-up care

Ask whether you’ll need to budget for any prescription medications, recovery supplies, or post-surgical garments.

It’s also smart to ask what will happen if you have a complication or a subpar result that requires revision surgery. Some surgeons will waive their surgeon’s fee, but even in that situation you may need to cover all the additional costs.

Knowing all of this up-front will help you make a more confident decision and avoid expensive surprises.

You can also consult with more than one qualified surgeon, so you can compare personalized quotes. They may recommend different treatment plans, with very different price tags.

Is the cost of a neck lift worth it?

Neck lift surgery has a 92% Worth It Rating, so a majority of RealSelf members who've reviewed it think their results are worth the investment.

Many of those who say it was “Worth It” cite a more defined neck and jawline that makes them look younger.

Results typically last 10 to 15 years, and the surgery can deliver a level of skin-tightening results that nonsurgical neck-tightening treatments just can’t rival.

Among those who say their neck lift surgery was “Not Worth It,”concerns include visible scarring, asymmetry, more sagging than prior to their procedure, and poor healing.

Before you commit to a full neck lift, keep in mind that not everyone is a good candidate. Patients who want a sharper jawline but don’t yet have significant signs of aging may be better suited for a micro or mini neck lift, sometimes called a “chin tuck.” This less invasive procedure doesn't usually involve a platysmaplasty, which tightens the platysma muscle to remove neck bands, so it requires just a small incision under the chin, to remove excess skin and fat. Results don’t last as long (about 5–10 years), but a mini neck lift can cost hundreds (even thousands) of dollars less than a traditional neck lift.

What affects the cost of a neck lift?

These are the biggest factors that will impact the price you pay.

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1) The complexity of your procedure

The price you pay for your neck lift will depend on the extent of your procedure.

A full neck lift (lower rhytidectomy) actually involves a series of procedures.

  • Liposuction to remove excess fat
  • A platysmaplasty to tighten the platysma muscles
  • A cervicoplasty to remove excess skin

Some surgeons offer what's called a short scar neck lift, which improves neck contour without removing any neck skin. This shorter, simpler procedure usually costs less than one involving a cervicoplasty, though good candidates don't have a lot of loose skin.

2) Whether you combine your neck lift with other procedures

If your concerns don’t end at the jawline, there are several benefits to combining a neck lift with a facelift. Not only is it easier to address the face and neck together (when a neck lift is done alone, access is limited and it’s difficult to redrape the skin properly), but it achieves a more harmonious result. In addition to having only one recuperation, there’s usually a cost savings when procedures are combined.

Those with more advanced signs of aging often opt for full face and neck rejuvenation. Common complementary procedures include abrow lift, eyelid surgery, chin implant, or lip lift.

Add-ons will increase your overall bill,, but there are financial benefits to combining them in a single operation: you'll only pay the facility and anesthesia fees once.

3) Your surgeon's level of training, expertise, and reputation

It's important to seek out an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon or facial plastic surgeon who has performed hundreds (or even thousands) of neck lifts. While credentials don’t guarantee a good cosmetic result, choosing a surgeon with this level of advanced training certainly increases your chances of getting the look you want, while minimizing the chance of complications.

Some physicians advertise themselves as cosmetic surgeons, and while they may perform neck lifts for a lower cost than plastic surgeons, they usually haven't completed the same kind of rigorous fellowships and intense board-certification process as a plastic surgeon.

This is a complex cosmetic procedure, and while it's considered safe, it does come with a few risks, including asymmetry and (rarely) nerve damage.

Don’t be afraid to ask your surgeon how many neck lift procedures they perform each month, their complication rate, and how they’ve handled these situations.

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Pay close attention to your prospective surgeons' patient reviews and photo galleries, too.

Beware of doctors who discount their fees (which can be a sign of desperation), but also keep in mind that the most expensive surgeon isn’t necessarily the most talented.

There’s more to consider than just the dollars you’ll pay: is your surgeon listening to you, do they truly understand what you’re hoping to achieve, and do you feel that they’ll be easily available and attentive once the surgery has been performed? If you don’t have a good feeling, don’t stick around just to save money.

4) Their practice location

Doctors who practice in high-rent neighborhoods of major cities like New York and LA are likely to have the highest fees, but you can often still find highly qualified facial plastic surgeons who can produce beautiful results, in more modest surroundings.

If you're in a high-cost area and looking for ways to save, consider finding a qualified surgeon in a more affordable city. Even with the travel expenses, it can be worth it.

Related: The RealSelf Guide to Traveling Out-of-State for Surgery

5) The type of surgical facility where your neck lift is performed

Some plastic surgeons operate in a hospital, which increases the facility fee. However, for high-risk surgical patients, such as those with diabetes or heart disease, the difference in price may be worth the peace of mind in case of an emergency.

Quite frequently, plastic surgeons perform neck lifts at their own surgical centers, which can save you money. During your consultation, ask if your surgery will be performed at a surgical center that has been certified for safety by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF).

6) The type of anesthesia you have and who administers it

Typically, those undergoing neck lift surgery have general anesthesia, which renders the patient unconscious and unresponsive (an induced coma, basically) until the surgeon has finished. Most plastic surgeons prefer general anesthesia because it improves patient comfort and facilitates a smoother operation.

General anesthesia can be administered by either a nurse anesthetist (CRNA) or an anesthesiologist (an MD); the former will be less costly than the latter, though some prefer the expertise of a doctor.

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Increasingly, some doctors are also offering twilight sedation. This milder version of anesthesia blocks pain, reduces anxiety, and causes minor memory loss in the patient, but they are awake and can breathe on their own during the entire surgery. This has safety advantages, but it's not necessarily cheaper because the anesthesiologist still has to be present to monitor you throughout your procedure.

Lastly, some plastic surgeons perform neck lift procedures under local anesthesia, often in conjunction with an oral sedative to enhance patient comfort. When using local anesthesia, a surgeon will only block the pain in the area being operated on, and the patient is completely conscious. Choosing this option can significantly lower your anesthesia fees, but this may not be a totally comfortable option for you, especially if your procedure is very long and complex.

Ask your plastic surgeon their preferred protocol when it comes to anesthesia and neck lifts.

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Average neck lift costs in U.S. states

Browse average neck lift costs and ranges state by state, according to RealSelf member reviews from the past 4 years (as of March 1, 2022).

StateAverage CostCost Range
Arizona$11,083$6,000 - $16,000
California$12,170$6,110 - $22,000
Colorado$8,000Not available
Florida$10,063$5,100 - $16,600
Georgia$10,250$4,500 - $22,000
Illinois$11,262$9,100 - $14,999
Kansas$5,000Not available
Louisiana$7,000Not available
Maryland$11,803$10,000 - $13,410
Massachusetts$15,500$12,000 - $19,000
Michigan$7,500Not available
Missouri$9,166$3,800 - $15,000
Nebraska$12,500Not available
Nevada$8,033$7,200 - $8,900
New Jersey$7,689$4,499 - $12,450
New York$11,700$9,500 - $16,900
North Carolina$7,921$6,400 - $11,500
Ohio$7,383$4,800 - $14,300
Oklahoma$8,250$5,500 - $11,000
Oregon$8,300$6,000 - $10,900
Pennsylvania$22,374$9,499 - $38,000
South Carolina$8,050$7,400 - $9,500
Tennessee$7,000Not available
Texas$11,918$6,500 - $18,000
Virginia$13,300$9,300 - $20,000
Washington$9,500$8,000 - $11,000
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FAQs

How much pain is a neck lift? ›

Neck Lift Surgery: Procedure and Care

Sedative medications allow the patient to remain awake but relaxed, with local anesthesia so there is no pain. The procedure itself takes several hours, during which the surgeon makes small incisions around and behind the ear, and a very small one under the chin.

How much is a neck lift in the US? ›

The average cost of a neck lift is $5,774, according to 2020 statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

How much younger does a neck lift make you look? ›

A double chin can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance. If you hide your saggy jowls or feel upset when looking in the mirror, a neck lift can take up to 5 – 7 years off your appearance.

When will I see results of neck lift? ›

By the second week, the swelling will go down. You should be able to start to see the results of your neck lift.

How long wear chin strap after neck lift? ›

You must wear the chin strap continuously for the first two weeks after surgery except while eating and showering/cleaning incisions. The strap helps fight the forces of gravity immediately after surgery and helps improve any swelling.

How uncomfortable is a neck lift? ›

Most neck lift patients describe their pain as being mild. More often than not, these patients list their main cause of discomfort as a feeling of tightness. For some, this tightness can be anxiety-inducing; however, most people describe more of a “tight turtleneck” sensation.

How much does it cost to fix sagging neck? ›

In general, a neck lift cost is between $4,000 and $15,000. Since your lift will improve your appearance for a long time, this cosmetic procedure is a very cost-effective way to change your body.

What is the best procedure for sagging neck? ›

Surgical neck lifts are the gold standard for removing excess skin, tightening loose skin, and reducing the bands (or “cords”) on the neck. In 2019, close to 55,000 people had a surgical neck lift procedure.

Does a neck lift get rid of jowls? ›

Thankfully, a neck lift can successfully treat jawline, neck and chin fullness, giving your neck a youthful shape. Neck lift surgery can treat: Excess fat and skin relaxation in the lower face that creates jowls. Excess fatty deposits under the chin.

Can a neck lift look natural? ›

“A simple neck lift without a facelift works really well,” says Dr. Moy, past president of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and American Board of Facial Cosmetic Surgery. “It always looks natural, yet it still improves the lower face. It sort of gives you a lower facelift.”

How long before you look normal after a facelift? ›

Facelift recovery time

You should look and feel normal after 2 – 4 weeks. Keep in mind that facelift surgery cannot stop natural aging, so we encourage patients to continue to take care of their skin and make healthy lifestyle choices.

What is recovery like for a neck lift? ›

It can take several weeks to months for swelling to fully subside and you see the full results of your neck lift. Most people need about one week at home to rest and recover from neck lift surgery. Make sure you have someone who can help you during this time. Follow your doctor's specific instructions.

How long before swelling goes down after neck lift? ›

Most patients can expect the majority of their swelling to dissipate after 3 – 4 weeks.

What can I expect after a neck lift? ›

After a neck lift, you're likely to have swelling and bruising. You might need to wear a special garment that compresses your neck and helps reduce swelling. You'll also need to keep your head elevated above your heart and to keep it straight. Don't twist or bend your neck.

Why is my neck lumps after neck lift? ›

So are lumps and bumps after a neck lift usual? Yes, if they are indeed salivary glands; it could be a no if it is something else. It's also possible that these lumps are swollen lymph nodes that developed during the healing stage or infection. It's essential to note that these lumps should feel soft and not hard.

What happens if you don't wear compression garment after facelift? ›

Without compression, post-op swelling lasts considerably longer, meaning you won't be able to see final results as quickly. Improve overall results.

How long do ears hurt after facelift? ›

Parts of the face, neck, and ears sometimes feel weak or numb after the facelift operation these feelings are temporary and, if they occur, generally last less than 6 weeks. In some cases, this sensation may last as long as six months, but this is an extremely rare occurrence.

Are there different types of neck lifts? ›

There are two primary types of neck lifts: Cervicoplasty: In this procedure, excess skin is surgically removed from the neck. Platsmaplasty: This procedure reduces the banded appearance of the neck by removing, tightening or realigning the muscles of the neck.

What type of anesthesia is used for a neck lift? ›

In contrast, most lower face and neck lifts are performed using IV sedation, often termed twilight or conscious sedation.

What are the different types of neck lifts? ›

Neck lift procedures can include:
  • Removing excess skin (cervicoplasty)
  • Removing or altering neck muscles (platysmaplasty)
  • Liposuction to remove excess fat.
  • Botox injections to address problems with fullness or "bands"
  • Kybella injections to remove excess fat under the chin.
14 Sept 2020

How can I get rid of my turkey neck without surgery? ›

Noninvasive treatments
  1. Kybella is an injection that targets the fat beneath the chin. ...
  2. Filler is another temporary option that can only resolve very fine, superficial lines, says Dr. ...
  3. Botox is a divisive treatment for necks. ...
  4. Ultherapy is marketed as a skin tightening and lifting treatment, however, Dr.
23 May 2022

Can you get rid of a turkey neck? ›

If you want to get rid of turkey neck, several treatments may help improve your neck's appearance. Some are non-invasive, meaning they do not involve surgery; others are done using minimally invasive surgical techniques that use small incisions, or through conventional surgery.

What surgery gets rid of turkey neck? ›

Compared to a traditional necklift, the wattlectomy procedure is a less invasive and less expensive neck tightening surgery. “A wattlectomy can help patients remove excess neck skin that is often called a turkey wattle or turkey neck,” explained Dr.

What is the newest skin tightening procedure? ›

Ultrasound skin tightening
  • Ultherapy®, the most widely used name brand, is FDA cleared to treat the brow, chin, neck, and chest.
  • Best for patients who want to treat early signs of aging on the face and neck.
  • Can help postpone need for facelift surgery.
  • Treatments take 30 to 90 minutes, with no downtime.

What is the most common neck surgery? ›

The most common surgeries to relieve neck-related pain are anterior cervical discectomy with fusion (ACDF) and the newer artificial disc replacement (ADR).

What age does turkey neck start? ›

Dr. Pollack explains that the neck's skin and muscles become loose once we reach age 40. The skin becomes less able to shrink with weight loss, and weakened muscles can create a banded appearance.

How do I get rid of jowls around my mouth? ›

Popular treatment options for jowls include:
  1. Fillers. Fillers are compounds that are injected into the cheeks to fill in the places where fat has been lost from the skin. ...
  2. Neck lift. ...
  3. Ultherapy. ...
  4. Radiotherapy. ...
  5. Other treatments.
2 Feb 2018

Will a neck lift help marionette lines? ›

The lower facelift with neck lift will give you the best contouring of the jawline and neck and adding a fat transfer to fill in some volume in the mid face and marionette lines will help the marionette lines even more, by elevating the cheeks and filling in that area.

Why do I still have jowls after facelift? ›

When the facelift is performed, the skin is tightened and it can flatten out the jowls because the skin is tighter. However, over time as the skin relaxes, the full fatty jowls will restretch out the skin and the jowls will reappear. Weight loss prior to face lift surgery is very important for these people.

What is a deep neck lift? ›

A deep neck lift is a surgical procedure that firms, sculpts and refines the contours of the neck. During a deep neck lift, the layers of the neck are lifted to achieve smooth definition, including the skin, muscle, fat, glands, and connective tissue. The effect is an attractive, refined neck and jawline.

What is a micro neck lift? ›

What is the Micro-Mini Lift®? The Micro-Mini Lift is a small-incision procedure to firm the jawline and improve drooping in the neck. It is a modified facelift procedure that is minimally invasive and promotes speedier recovery time, by respecting the delicate underlying structures of the face.

What is a deep plane neck lift? ›

The term deep plane refers to a specific type of facelift in which the SMAS, a layer of connective tissue underneath the skin and on top of the facial muscles, is lifted to tighten the cheeks, jawline, and neck.

Is 60 too old for a facelift? ›

Can Someone Be “Too Old” for a Facelift? There is no age at which an individual is too old for any cosmetic enhancement, so long as they are healthy enough to undergo the rigors of surgery, anesthesia and recovery from the procedure.

Can you wear your hair up after a facelift? ›

Because the incisions are placed entirely within the hairline—and not around the ears as they are in a traditional facelift—you can easily wear a ponytail after surgery without worrying about the appearance of visible scars, adds Levine.

Can I drink coffee after facelift? ›

Avoid alcohol, smoking, nicotine, and caffeine, for these will dramatically slow down the healing process.

How do you tighten a turkey neck? ›

Place one hand on your forehead. Push your head against your hand without allowing your head to move forward. Hold this position for 10 seconds. Then, hold both of your hands behind your head, pushing backwards with your neck, and hold for 10 seconds.

What is the best treatment for sagging jowls and neck? ›

Neck Lift. Neck lift surgery (platysmaplasty) is the most effective, but also most invasive, treatment for jowls. It may be the only option available to patients with severe jowls or substantial laxity.

Should you put vitamin C serum on your neck? ›

After washing your face, (and toning or exfoliating if you do any), apply your Vitamin C serum. Use it on your face and neck. Layer other products on top. If using in the morning, follow with an SPF moisturizer.

How painful is a face and neck lift? ›

A facelift has surprisingly little pain. But we don't like having a tightness in our face and neck, so the recovery is more about feeling a little tight and stiff than having pain per se. But this phase ends after a few days, but a tight neck can go on for several weeks longer.

When can I sleep on my side after neck lift? ›

While the recovery timeline can vary from patient to patient, most people are generally able to resume front or side-sleeping after 2 – 4 weeks.

Should you ice after neck lift? ›

It is common for the swelling and bruising to increase in the neck region 2-3 days following surgery. It is strongly recommended that you use cold compresses (wash cloths soaked in ice water) during the first 24-48 hours to help keep the swelling to a minimum. Please do not directly apply ice to the area.

How long wear chin strap after neck lift? ›

You must wear the chin strap continuously for the first two weeks after surgery except while eating and showering/cleaning incisions. The strap helps fight the forces of gravity immediately after surgery and helps improve any swelling.

How long does neck hurt after neck lift? ›

The initial discomfort and swelling after neck lift typically resolve within 1 – 2 weeks, but it is normal for tightness and/or numbness to last for several months. In some cases, patients still have a feeling of tightness or numbness for up to a year after surgery.

How long is recovery after a neck lift? ›

Most patients recover smoothly, without complications, in 2-3 weeks, with some returning to more sedentary jobs after 7 days. More strenuous jobs may require 2-3 weeks off work.

Are neck Lifts worth the money? ›

Receiving a neck lift is an excellent way to correct extra fat, wrinkles, and other aesthetic problems that affect the appearance of this area of your body. This procedure is very quick, and your neck is likely to look firm and youthful for a long time.

Will a neck lift make you look younger? ›

A neck lift tightens loose muscles and removes excess skin and tissue at the same time. The final result will be a smoother, younger looking neck. The jaw line is more defined following a neck lift, and jowls can be corrected.

Does a neck lift leave scars? ›

Neck lift scars, in most cases, are made behind the ears and under the chin. Neck lift surgery incisions are small, and once the procedure is complete, Dr. Myint will carefully close them to optimize the healing process. Most patients find their scars are barely noticeable.

Can you have a neck lift without anesthesia? ›

What is an awake neck lift? An awake neck lift refers to the lack of general anesthesia used during the neck lift surgery. Depending on the candidate, anesthesiologist, and plastic surgeon, an awake neck lift may be an alternative for patients who do not wish to have general anesthesia.

What type of anesthesia is used for a neck lift? ›

In contrast, most lower face and neck lifts are performed using IV sedation, often termed twilight or conscious sedation.

How long before swelling goes down after neck lift? ›

Most patients can expect the majority of their swelling to dissipate after 3 – 4 weeks.

How long does it take for bruising to go away after neck lift? ›

Bruising is visible for at least 2 weeks. It could take up to 6 to 9 months to see the full effect of the facelift. You will not be able to drive for a number of days after the operation – your surgeon would advise about this.

Are you awake during neck lift? ›

During the procedure

A neck lift can be done with sedation and local anesthesia, in which only part of your body feels numb, or under general anesthesia. Liposuction is the most commonly used procedure.

What is a sling neck lift? ›

What is a neck sling? Neck sling (neck lift) surgery is a procedure during which excess skin and fat is removed from the neck and lower face, revealing a more sculpted appearance. This procedure is one of the most recent advances in the fight against early relaxation of the skin of the neck.

What is a deep neck lift? ›

A deep neck lift is a surgical procedure that firms, sculpts and refines the contours of the neck. During a deep neck lift, the layers of the neck are lifted to achieve smooth definition, including the skin, muscle, fat, glands, and connective tissue. The effect is an attractive, refined neck and jawline.

Does a neck lift help with jowls? ›

Thankfully, a neck lift can successfully treat jawline, neck and chin fullness, giving your neck a youthful shape. Neck lift surgery can treat: Excess fat and skin relaxation in the lower face that creates jowls. Excess fatty deposits under the chin.

How painful is a face and neck lift? ›

A facelift has surprisingly little pain. But we don't like having a tightness in our face and neck, so the recovery is more about feeling a little tight and stiff than having pain per se. But this phase ends after a few days, but a tight neck can go on for several weeks longer.

What are the different types of neck lifts? ›

Neck lift procedures can include:
  • Removing excess skin (cervicoplasty)
  • Removing or altering neck muscles (platysmaplasty)
  • Liposuction to remove excess fat.
  • Botox injections to address problems with fullness or "bands"
  • Kybella injections to remove excess fat under the chin.
14 Sept 2020

What is recovery like for a neck lift? ›

Your healing process requires energy to fuel it, and if you expend too much, it can slow your recovery. Most patients recover smoothly, without complications, in 2-3 weeks, with some returning to more sedentary jobs after 7 days. More strenuous jobs may require 2-3 weeks off work.

Why is my neck hard after neck lift? ›

Additionally, the #swelling will move downward in the first week and the neck will feel even tighter. Do not be alarmed: the sensation will decrease during the first month. Some degree of firmness or lumpiness under the skin is normal after surgery and will resolve with time.

Why is my neck lumps after neck lift? ›

So are lumps and bumps after a neck lift usual? Yes, if they are indeed salivary glands; it could be a no if it is something else. It's also possible that these lumps are swollen lymph nodes that developed during the healing stage or infection. It's essential to note that these lumps should feel soft and not hard.

Why do I still have jowls after facelift? ›

When the facelift is performed, the skin is tightened and it can flatten out the jowls because the skin is tighter. However, over time as the skin relaxes, the full fatty jowls will restretch out the skin and the jowls will reappear. Weight loss prior to face lift surgery is very important for these people.

What happens if you don't wear compression garment after facelift? ›

Without compression, post-op swelling lasts considerably longer, meaning you won't be able to see final results as quickly. Improve overall results.

Is 60 too old for a facelift? ›

Can Someone Be “Too Old” for a Facelift? There is no age at which an individual is too old for any cosmetic enhancement, so long as they are healthy enough to undergo the rigors of surgery, anesthesia and recovery from the procedure.

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