Lifestyle Lift: Q&AAsk a Question
7 Doctor Answers | Asked by anon
Remember that Lifestyle lift is a marketing company that markets heavily. What a great infomercial! It sells a product and the product is a fantastic new, "revolutionary" procedure developed by a guru of Plastic Surgery who was concerned about patients' inability to afford "traditional procedures"......... Right? Not so fast. Let's do a quick analysis of their marketing claims. Claim: The product is defines as a revolutionary procedure-------- False There is no published
Please read the passages and horror stories about the LS lift on this site and ask yourself why you would want to do this. Then look at the 80+% satisfaction with a real facelift performed by an expert plastic surgeon and research the best in your area and find the right doctor for you.
Well, let's see, what questions to ask your doctor. First of all, see a board certified plastic surgeon for a consultation. See what he or she thinks you need. Your doctor will be able to address all areas of the face, neck and eyes to give you an overall improvement in the face and not the one size fits all approach. Doctors in the Lifestyle Lift company are employed on a case by case basis. Ask the nurse or marketing advisor, who you will probably see first what happens if there is a...
When choosing any surgeon, you should always meet the doctor in person before making any decisions. It is also wise to speak to one or two of his/her patients that recenlty had the surgery. Make sure you see several before and after photos that are truly the work of tne surgeon. It is also a good idea to consult with at least one other surgeon. Lastly make sure you feel comfortable with the surgeon so that if a complication arises your are confident that you will be taken care of....
You should be examined closely by a well qualified surgeon who is trained to perform face lifts. Make sure you view before and after photos of the patients at least six months out from surgery performed by the same surgeon.
You will first have to get past the nurse or individual who screens you for the procedure. It has been told to me by several patients that they never met the physician unitl the day of surgery.
The lifestyle lift is a trademark. It is marketed as a revolutionary new procedure when in fact it is a lower third facelift, one of the oldest facelift techniques in existence. The first step is to find a qualified and experienced facial plastic surgeon who can do a thorough evaluation and determine if you are a good candidate for a lower third facelift. Make sure to look at before and after pictures and get a thorough understanding of the entire process, from the first...