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Will losing some weight help reduce neck creases, facial wrinkles?

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Dr. David Sherris
Facial Plastic Surgery
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In brief: No

Sometimes weight loss will actually worsen wrinkles.

In brief: No

Sometimes weight loss will actually worsen wrinkles.
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Dr. Steven Zimmet
Aesthetic Medicine

In brief: Probably not

Weight loss tends to be accompanied by increase wrinkles.
Fat can act as a volume filler, and thus minimize wrinkles. When you lose fat, and therefore volume, more wrinkles may be visible. However, the fullness under your chin will likely improve with weight loss.

In brief: Probably not

Weight loss tends to be accompanied by increase wrinkles.
Fat can act as a volume filler, and thus minimize wrinkles. When you lose fat, and therefore volume, more wrinkles may be visible. However, the fullness under your chin will likely improve with weight loss.
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