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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 t... More »

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In 2013, the average face-lift cost $6,556, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. This does not include anesthesia or operating room fees. The price of the surgery depends in part on the surgeon's experi... More »

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The primary risks of the QuickLift minimally invasive face-lift surgery are postoperative swelling, bleeding and permanent scarring, as stated by the QuickLiftMD website. In addition, risks including anesthesia complicat... More »

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A mini face-lift procedure is a face-lift surgery that reduces wrinkles and sagging on the lower third of the face, according to DocShop. Mini face-lift surgery removes the excess tissues through incisions placed around ... More »

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The primary risks of the QuickLift minimally invasive face-lift surgery are postoperative swelling, bleeding and permanent scarring, as stated by the QuickLiftMD website. In addition, risks including anesthesia complicat... More »

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After a face-lift surgical procedure, patients may feel a minor amount of pain and experience swelling and bruising near surgical incisions, as stated by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.... More »

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A mini face-lift is performed under local or general anesthesia in a fully equipped operating room as an outpatient procedure and generally requires up to two weeks of recovery time, states WebMD. Small incisions are mad... More »

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