When people get older, they develop a less defined chin and jaw line due to fat deposits, loose skin and weakening muscles, creating the look of unsightly loose skin under the chin where it meets the neck. This is referred to as a “wattle”. It has always been thought that the best procedure for ridding the wattle was a facelift, but this might not be true for some people. Liposuction might be a better alternative to the more youthful victims of wattles, who develop the section simply because of excess fatty deposits. For the more middle-aged and less unfortunate patients, a more simple procedure involving the incision and removal of fat deposits and tightening of the muscles proves a better alternative to a facelift. While facelifts may be unavoidable for those patients over 75 who wish to rid the wattle, these prospects still bring hope to a wider range of fearful wattle wearers.
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