Is neck liposuction typically accompanied by radiofrequency in men with skin laxity? Or this determined by the surgeon upon consultation?
You should have an in person consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon to determine whether liposuction plus radio frequency or an open neck lift would give you the best results.
An unaesthetic male neck can be one or more of the following: (1) skin—- thick and inelastic or thin and more elastic;(2) subcutaneous fat—only fat accessible by lipo; (3) lax muscle or (4) submuscular fat. The procedure or procedure options are determined by the patient’s anatomy.
This requires a physical examination and a surgeon with all the option at his/her disposal.
I think combining RF with liposuction is a great option. You should definitely meet with a board certified plastic surgeon to see if you are a candidate for either procedure
No, liposuction is not typically accompanied by radiofrequency. Each surgeon will have a particular recommendation for you depending on what they offer, your skin quality, and your anatomy. I recommend seeing a plastic surgeon for an in-person consultation. Good luck!