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Lifestyle Lift

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Lifestyle Lift

Not ready for a facelift, but finding that injectables just won’t cut it? The Lifestyle Lift is a viable option for people looking for a happy medium. Using a trademarked technique, the Lifestyle Lift is a plastic surgery procedure that tightens the lower two-thirds of the face. It’s ideal for patients with saggy jowls, smile lines, nasolabial folds, and other signs of aging. Similar to the mini facelift, the Lifestyle Lift takes only about an hour for a surgeon to perform—compared to the traditional facelift’s 3-4 hour average. Plus, most surgeons performing the Lifestyle Lift do so only under local anesthesia and light sedation, minimizing both risks and costs.

The Lifestyle Lift is categorized as a short-flap SMAS (Superficial Musculo-Aponeurotic System), meaning that underlying tissue is tightened during the procedure in addition to the outermost skin. The result is a tighter, more youthful-looking appearance that mimics natural movement. The Lifestyle Lift also uses an incision that is hidden around the ear and hairline for flawless healing capability.

Typical Minimum Cost of Lifestyle Lift (based on national averages):
$5,000.00
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Typical Maximum Cost of Lifestyle Lift (based on national averages):
$9,000.00
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National Average Cost of Lifestyle Lift:
$7,000.00
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Time Required for Lifestyle Lift:
The procedure takes about one hour to complete, depending on the individual surgeon’s pace. The administration of anesthesia and other preparatory measures will take up additional time.


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Is Lifestyle Lift an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
Unless otherwise noted by the surgeon, Lifestyle Lift is an OutPatient procedure.
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What are the Side Effects of Lifestyle Lift?
Side effects from the Lifestyle Lift may include pain, swelling, redness, bleeding, and hair loss at incision site.
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How Long do Lifestyle Lift results last?
The results of a Lifestyle Lift should last between 2 and 5 years.
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What is the recovery time for Lifestyle Lift?
The recovery time for Lifestyle Lift is 1-2 weeks.
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Will my insurance company cover Lifestyle Lift?
Since Lifestyle Lifts are usually classified as a cosmetic procedure, they are not covered by insurance.
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Is there much discomfort for Lifestyle Lift?
The procedure itself is painless due to local anesthesia and sedation. As the incisions heal, mild pain is expected. Your surgeon will likely prescribe pain medication for the first few days after surgery.
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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Lifestyle Lift?
Local anesthesia is the preferred anesthesia type for the Lifestyle Lift. Light sedation is also commonly used. If you wish to undergo general anesthesia, talk to your surgeon.
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What else is Lifestyle Lift referred to as?
Mini Facelift, LL, S-Lift
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