New to UK shores, the trampoline neck lift has been in use in America for over two years and over 150 patients have successfully undergone the procedure.
London (PRWEB UK) 20 December 2012
The iGuide trampoline neck lift is minimally invasive procedure and is used to tighten and reposition skin and soft tissue in the neck area. It is a rather new concept and is growing in popularity due to the fact that it offers natural looking results with pretty much no scarring whatsoever – especially compared to other types of neck lift.
The way that the trampoline neck lift differs from the more old fashioned techniques is that instead of cutting and repositioning the muscles and soft tissue, a standard braided polyester suture is weaved underneath the jaw line with one continuous thread. This approach to neck lifts may be brand new but the stitch used is tried, tested and trusted.
The neck has historically been a tricky part of the body to operate on but this new method vastly reduces many of the risks such as nerve damage or hematoma. New to UK shores, the trampoline neck lift has been in use in America for over two years and over 150 patients have successfully undergone the procedure.
Harley Street Surgery’s very own medical director was the first UK surgeon to perform the trampoline neck lift and also instigated the founder to expertly train 55 British surgeons. To find out more about the trampoline neck lift and how it is performed at Harley Street Surgery, simply click this link.