Hours of staring down at smartphone and computer screens is taking a toll on the appearance of the neck.
According to reports in Daily Herald, many women who spend a lot of time in front of PCs and laptops complain of sagging jawline and wrinkly neck. While such issues were earlier associated with aging and weight fluctuations, technology seems to be the culprit now. With hours of looking downward on smartphones and other devices, gravity is having its effect on much younger women, affecting the aesthetics of the neck. Dermatologists call the condition ‘tech neck’.
Women are more vulnerable as they wear clothes that expose the neck area to the sun. Everybody knows that sun damage leads to cosmetic changes in the skin such as premature ageing, wrinkles and discoloration.
A whatClinic.com survey indicates that enquiries about neck liposuction rose by 280 percent in 2014 and it’s very likely that the concerns about tech neck contributed to this. This cosmetic surgical procedure can resolve what diet, exercise and massage cannot. It involves removing excess fat, tightening the skin to reduce laxity, and reshaping neck contour to result in a well-defined appearance.
In leading plastic surgery practices, neck lipo is performed using advanced SmartLipo Triplex technology either as a standalone procedure or along with a facelift or necklift. In addition to effective fat removal, this minimally invasive laser liposuction procedure comes with benefits such as minimal pain and discomfort, and speedy recovery, which means you can get back to normal activity and work very soon.