The QuickLift is a proprietary face-lift procedure that claims to be less extensive and invasive than a traditional face-lift, according to the QuickLift website. The surgery focuses on the middle and lower portions of the face to tighten and smooth wrinkles in the neck, jawline and cheeks.
The QuickLift is an outpatient procedure that takes place in a dermatologist's office or surgical clinic. The surgery uses local anesthesia, and recovery time is short, with the majority of patients going home within a few hours. The procedure carries a risk of mild side effects, including bruising, swelling and pain. These side effects last up to one month after the procedure, according to The Derm Review.