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Is The Microcurrent Face Lift A Risky Thing To Do
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Why would a plastic surgeon only use local anesthesia for a mini face lift? Is general anesthesia too risky?
Choices, choices...: Local anesthesia is a great and safe option for a procedure like a mini-lift, if both patient and surgeon are comfortable with that option. There are some benefits to a local only procedure, however, for some patients, the idea of being "awake" during a procedure is very disturbing. For those patients, IV sedation or general anesthesia (in an accredited facility) is a good and very safe option. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A modified facelift: The term face lift is hard to define because different surgeons use different terminology to describe their respective procedures. They use terms like "short scar facelift", "mini-lift", "quick lift", etc. Some of these terms are descriptive, while others just sound appealing and are used for marketing purposes. A lower face generally pertains to a jowl and neck lift and excludes teh upper face. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Franchise concept: This is an attempt to bring the facelift to the masses by reducing cost. Unfortunately unlike many other franchise concepts such as mcdonalds, I am not aware of lifestyle lift providing a consistent uniform product which can be reproduced. Essentially they hire surgeons and pay the reduced fees but provide high volume to compensate their surgeons, . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lower facelift: Is a standard facelift, correcting everything from the cheeks on down. Upper facelift is a term sometimes used instead of browlift or forehead lift. Mid-face lift is a specialized correction of the triangular area between the nasolabial crease, eyelid and outer cheek only. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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