Excess fluid build-up within the neck expands the skin, resulting in neck webbing or excess skin.  A treatment option is neck surgery performed by a craniofacial surgeon.  Keloid scarring should be ruled out prior to surgery.  Volunteers are available to discuss the pros and cons of surgery. 

Neck Webbing

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Low Hairline

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Keloid Scarring

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Bushy Eyebrowns

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