Skincare is not limited to the face. Sun exposure, environmental factors, and a sedentary lifestyle contribute to the skin on your body aging.
In our practice, we see many patients concerned about neck wrinkles and drooping skin.
The sole choice was surgical two decades ago, which comes with a hefty price tag, lengthy downtime, and health risks. The need for non-surgical solutions has increased, resulting in the evolution of new technologies such as Thermag (Radio Frequency), (HIFU), Fractora (Microneedling), and Fotona Piano Mode laser.
Each machine is designed to create coagulation spots at varying depths in the dermal layers, some up to the SMAS layer.
The objective of this piece is not to compare various technologies and their advantages and disadvantages but to walk you through one of our successful cases using the Fotona laser neck lift.
Fotona Neck Lift
The technology enables the use of two distinct laser sources:
ND: Yag Laser equipped with a piano mode for enhanced penetration
Skin resurfacing with the Er: Yag laser
This video demonstrates that the laser is applied using a specially constructed handpiece for the neck.
Case 1082 Fotona Neck lift
In case 1082, a laser neck lift was performed.
The patient is in her sixties with skin type 2 and no known medical problems. The patient receives four Fotona laser sessions spaced four weeks apart. The photographs were taken just before and six weeks after the most recent neck tightening session.
We’ll be happy to answer all of your questions and make sure you have an amazing experience at our clinic.