So you are considering doing the Lifestyle Lift facelift surgery. There are a few things
you might want to consider for your safety.
First, there is no continuous monitoring of your heart or oxygen levels available for you
during your Lifestyle Lift facelift surgery. This could be very dangerous especially if
you have any heart or lung problems or develop any during the surgery.
There have been several people who have died either during or shortly after their
Lifestyle Lift facelift surgery. Did the office mention that to you when you were there?
Second, there are usually no registered nurses present to help the doctor during the
Lifestyle Lift facelift surgery so if there is a problem there may not have any nurses to
help out. This could be dangerous.
Third, the Lifestyle Lift facelift surgery procedure is not done in an approved, accredited
healthcare facility. That means it has not been inspected by independent state or federal
health authorities to insure its ongoing safety. This is unlike an approved hospital or
surgery center that can be inspected at any time by the state to insure it is meeting tough,
stringent health and safety standards.
Why, take the risk especially since many doctors can do the same procedure in a safe,
accredited facility at the exact same cost? Ask you doctor if he has any complaints,
lawsuits or settlements to patients after the Lifestyle Lift facelift surgery. There are
really quite a few.
Ask the families of the people who have died during the Lifestyle Lift facelift surgery
if they thought it would be important to do this surgery in an accredited, approved
continuously monitored setting. I think you know the answer.
Remember the Lifestyle Lift is a facelift type surgery. You will have several cuts in front
and behind your ears along with risk of infection, scarring, permanent nerve paralysis and
damage. Be careful.