Lifetime Lift vs Mini-Lift

According to reports, doctors lack faith in the Lifestyle Lift because it offers the impossible and also poses a threat to the patient by cutting corners. It is the newest form of a procedure called the skin-only facelift, first performed in 1904. The skin-only facelift was quickly abandoned due to excessive scarring and other medical issues.

Generally speaking, you never want to cut corners in any medical procedure, including plastic surgery. For some reason, many people seem to think that the quickest route will be just fine for something that involves an incision and promises to make you look better. But remember, plastic surgery mistakes are expensive and hard to repair. It’s best to allow a doctor to put time and effort into the procedure you want, rather than rushing it.

As for the mini-lift, it pertains to only one part of the face.

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