The neck is often the first place to show signs of aging in many men and women, and is an area of concern for many. The aging neck can be defined by the amounts of excess skin, fat, and muscle, though evaluation of any particular patient’s neck must be done in the context of the entire face. As every neck has a different configuration, each must be treated with an individualized approach to address the underlying anatomy, which may consist of fat removal, skin removal, muscle tightening, or injectables. Surgery to address the aging neck (neck lift and submentoplasty) is often combined with facelift procedures for an optimum “balanced” result. There is no “one size fits all” approach to sculpt the neck and improve the contour, and Dr. Kundaria’s philosophy is to provide the patient with the information and options so that they can make the most educated decision as to how to proceed treating their neck.