As we age, the skin on our neck can become thinner, drier, and more prone to wrinkles, sagging, and other signs of ageing. Exposure to the sun, smoking, and poor diet and lifestyle choices can also contribute to the ageing process.
Dr Holler is a renowned Aesthetic Doctor with years of experience helping patients achieve their ideal skin. Her expertise in cosmetic dermatology makes her the perfect choice for anyone looking to rejuvenate their neck.
At our clinic, we offer a range of treatments to address an aged neck. These include:
Profhilo: Profhilo is a non-surgical anti-aging treatment that uses hyaluronic acid to boost the skin’s natural hydration and stimulate collagen production. This procedure is an excellent option for those looking to improve the overall appearance of their skin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and achieve a more youthful and radiant complexion.
Biodermogenesi: Biodermogenesi is a non-invasive treatment for skin regeneration and relies on a powerful and unique combination of electromagnetic energy and vacuum technology to increase oxygenation, rebuild Type III collagen, recover from toxins and completely restructure damaged cells within the skin to give visible results. Initially born for the treatment of stretch marks, the new evolution of Biodermogenesi® has demonstrated effectiveness also in other specific applications, such as stimulation of the production of new collagen and elastic fibres, increase in hydration and normalisation of the pH level of the skin in order to reduce the signs of ageing and achieve a greater skin firmness and turgidity.
Non-surgical Neck Lift: By lifting the face with a non-surgical Facelift with dermal fillers, we often notice that the neck lifts to a certain degree as well.
Mesotherapy, Skin Boosters or Polynucleotides: These are minimally invasive skin treatments that use a combination of vitamins, minerals, and hyaluronic acid or polynucleotides to rejuvenate your skin. The procedure involves injecting these substances into the targeted areas of your skin, stimulating collagen production and rejuvenating your skin.
The Nefertiti Neck Lift: It is a technique whereby multiple injections of Botox are administered along the lower jawline as well as down the side of the neck along the platysma muscle in order to improve the definition of the jawline, reduce platysmal bands, rebalance the underlying muscles and provide ‘lifting’ in the neck and jaw area by reducing the downward pull of the platysma muscle.
Several types of aged neck treatments are available, including Profhilo, Biodermogenesi, Mesotherapy, and the Nefertiti Neck Lift.
The procedure is generally well-tolerated, and many patients experience little to no discomfort.
Ageing neck treatments are a quick, straightforward procedure that usually takes less than an hour to complete.
Results from ageing neck treatments can last for 6-12 months or more, depending on the type of treatment and the patient's lifestyle.
Dr. Liesel Holler’s clinic may offer various cosmetic treatments, including aged neck treatments. Say goodbye to ageing skin and hello to radiant skin with Dr Liesel Holler’s expertise.
Contact us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards achieving your ideal look.
During your first visit to Dr. Liesel Holler’s clinic, you can expect to undergo a consultation with the practitioner to discuss your desired outcome and any concerns you may have.
Dr. Holler will assess your skin concerns and recommend a treatment plan that suits your needs. She may also discuss the potential risks and benefits of the treatment, as well as provide you with pre- and post-treatment instructions.
The number of treatments required to achieve your desired results will depend on various factors, including the severity of your aged neck and the type of treatment used.
Typically, patients may require one to two treatments to achieve optimal results, and the effects of the treatment can last anywhere from six months to one year. It’s important to discuss your goals with Dr. Holler during the consultation to determine the number of treatments required.