After Quarantine Gill removal without surgery has become very popular in LondonJun 262020
According to a surgeon, the procedure breaks down the fat of the so-called double chin using radio waves, while also gathering or stretching sagging skin.
Lucy Glancey, a plastic surgeon based in London (United Kingdom), maintains that after relaxing the quarantine measures, there has been a great increase in the demand for a new and innovative treatment of 'adjustment' of the neck, which allows to reduce the so-called 'double chin'. 'or' double chin, 'reports Daily Mail.
According to Glancey, during the period of confinement, people who had to work from home constantly contemplated their own appearance, not only in mirrors but during video calls on the Zoom and FaceTime platforms. Noticing the defects, after quarantine they decided to undergo a face lift to correct them.
"For many, the often unflattering angle and lighting produced a complex over the chin and jaw area," said the surgeon.
The specialist explained that for this there is a minimally invasive procedure, called NeckTite, which in a single hour-long session contours the neck, removes excess fat and stretches sagging skin, using the heat of a radiofrequency device. The treatment has gained popularity as it enables a "long-lasting effect" to be achieved without surgery or scarring. Botox injections, by contrast, "are a short-term solution to the problem," he says.
The cost of the procedure fluctuates between 1,800 and 2,800 pounds (2,234 - 3,475 dollars), depending on the area treated. Furthermore, Glancey states that the result is maintained for up to five years.