Due to how much time we’ve spent staring at ourselves in the past year, upper eyelid and neck lift surgeries have become very popular among men.
An upper eyelid lift is a perfect solution for those who are sick of looking so tired all the time. By taking away the excess amount of skin around the eyelid, you will not only look more alert but as well substantially younger.
Aside from upper eyelid treatments, a neck lift, also known as a direct platysmaplasty, is a great way to eliminate that turkey neck you are sick of staring at. Neck lifts for men have dramatically increased in popularity within the past 6-8 months, so what are you waiting for? Dr. Steven Davis is always happy to discuss these plans on a virtual consultation to get your look back to the way you want it.
The upper eyelid lift has been around a very long time but a lot of men now are coming in to talk about it mainly because they’re seeing themselves so much on these zoom calls and the operation really takes a little less than an hour to perform.
What we’re doing is really taking the excess amount of skin and sometimes some fat away from that upper eyelid that starts to make you look not only tired, but a lot older.
The second operation is a neck lift for men. Now most of the time when we’re talking about doing a neck lift or a facelift, we’re talking about actually doing a more formal type of a facelift.
Most women want that type of a procedure but a lot of men come in and what they’ve been asking me for is really just something that’s going to fix this little turkey neck or this extra amount of skin that resides in this area.
And we have a very elegant way of just simply removing that amount of extra skin and it’s called a direct Platysmaplasty. And we’ve been doing a lot of them over the past I’d say six to eight months.
Watch my video coming up and some before and afters that you’ll see on my website and you’ll really get a chance to see how transformative that can actually be.
Dr. Steven Davis of Davis Cosmetic Plastic Surgery in Cherry Hill, New Jersey wants to ensure the comfort of all patients, which begins with education. We hope our video series can provide useful information for those with upcoming appointments or interested in the behind-the-scenes action of plastic surgery.