Necks and chests are common areas that show the effects of sun damage and wrinkles that come along with aging.
We customize our treatments to match the specific issues seen in our patients. Sun damaged skin on the neck and chest can show fine lines, irregular red and brown pigmentation. For this we use our BBL (photofacial) device to target sun spots and broken capillaries and our award-winning laser, the MiXto Fractional C02 or the popular Halo Laser to improve the skin’s texture and fine lines.
Loose or saggy skin on the neck has several options for treatment depending on the severity. For mild laxity we recommend a series of IntraCel RF microneedling treatments which has minimal discomfort and downtime. For more loose neck skin we recommend either the PDO thread neck lift or the Renuvion skin tightening procedure, depending on the patient’s downtime and desired length of results.
Our favorite treatment to decrease the wrinkles that appear in the décolleté (cleavage area) is Sculptra. After trying multiple different modalities, a series of Sculptra treatments has given us the best results.
The vertical platysmal banding of the upper neck are treated with Botox and Dysport. The horizontal neck wrinkles or creases on the neck are best treated with a Restylane or Versa filler.
Double chins or under-the-chin fatty pockets now have several treatment options, from Coolsculpting to Kybella to liposuction to the Agnes treatment. Schedule a free consultation to match the best treatment option for you.
Our award-winning laser, the MiXto Fractional CO2, can improve the improve the necklace lines (or horizontal lines of the neck), in addition to tightening of the skin. The MiXto also can decrease the wrinkles that appear in the décolleté (cleavage area).
Usually multiple monthly treatments are needed and are associated with a few days of redness and/or swelling. To schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Ken Oleszek, call 303-355-4772, or click here to book online.
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