I have no doubt that more than a few of my Beverly Hills collegues will charge you this much for a facelift. If your criteria for a surgeon is that they were featured in Harpers' Bazaar for doing some actor or actress's facelift, then without a doubt, you are going to pay a premium. After all, it is likely that the surgeon did the facelift at no charge in return for publicity and they will need to recover their investment with you.
That high end office with with the 2000 sq ft waiting room also comes at a high price. I will remind you of the story of the Emperor's New Clothes. Hopefully, after getting your $60,000 facelift you will have $60,000 worth of satisfaction. Of course, after boasting to your friends how much you paid for your facelift, it would be very embarassing to admit that it wasn't everything you hoped for.
It could be that you learned of this surgeon from someone in the exact same predicament. It is said that if you are going to tell a lie, make it a big one. In L.A., these can be self-fufilling things. As others have noted in this set of answers, L.A. values are a little messed up. Perhaps cognitive dissonance will be so strong that you won't dare admit to yourselft that the results are not so good.
You have posted so many times to this site about your facelift, perhaps you are so focused on this particular surgeon that you will talk yourself into paying $60,000. However, I can assure you that any of the surgeons answering this post will do a facelift that is just as good if not better than the facelift you will get for $60,000 for a fraction of this price.