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What is the cost of Face Lift Surgery and how would the YoungVitalizer Compare?

What is the cost of Face Lift Surgery and how would the YoungVitalizer (The Breakthrough Incision Less Face Lift) Compare?



The picture above is a before and after from the YoungVitalizer Procedure that was concentrated on the area of the eyes and below. Notice that we have markedly increase the volume of the face but the face looks smaller. Why is that? You can contact us to find out more about our secrets. Scroll down to read more about “What is the cost of Face Lift Surgery and how would the YoungVitalizer Compare?”

We often get this question regarding the costs of Face Lift Surgery and how the YoungVitalizer would compare at our Seattle | Bellevue Office. This really depends on who you go to and what geographic area you are in. We know of colleagues that charge from 20 -100 thousand in the Los Angeles Market. Some of the more commonly advertised facelifts are in the range of 5-10 thousand dollars. The average would have to be around the 8-10 thousand dollar range.  One of the things that you should consider is what a face lift does? We have a link to another website that goes over What face lift’s do and explanation of other advertised facelifts by clicking this link. But in a few words we will answer this question here. A face lift is a procedure that pulls on the facial muscles of the face to elevate certain structures to give the face a more rejuvenated look. The jowls, marionette lines, nasolabial folds, and cheeks are elevated and lifted to rejuvenate a face. We talk about the direction of the pull and why this may not be the best thing to make you look younger in this segment on New Day Northwest with Margaret Larson.  We talk about what a facelift does so that we can address what you are getting with a face lift and the price of a facelift.  There are many different areas on your face that aren’t addressed by a face lift that will add to the cost if you are considering how much you are going to spend. We will then compare this with the YoungVitalizer. Other than the jowls, marionette lines, nasolabial folds does it address other things on the face like the lower eyelid bags, upper eyelid excess skin, eyebrow drooping, hollowness in the temples, forehead and in between the eyes. The answer is no. But even the jowls, marionette lines, and nasolabial folds are not entirely and adequately addressed for the same reasons that I explained on the New Day Northwest Segment.  Part of the aging that causes the jowls, marionette lines, and nasolabial folds requires volume that we lossed changing from the grape to a raisin.  But let’s assume that it does treat the jowls, nasolabial folds, marionette lines. To treat the eyebrows, upper | lower eyes, temples, forehead, in between the eyes you are looking at much more costs. The eyelift for the upper eyelid is going to be around 3-4 thousand dollars. The lower eyelift will be 3-4 thousand dollars. Browlifts are another 4 thousand dollars.  Also for any lip rejuvenation, you might be looking at an additional 4-8 thousand dollars as well.  Even with all of those things to really get more improvement in your face you will likely need some fillers to augment your look that will likely leave you hollow and lacking of volume. This will be 600-1200 for 1-2 syringes every 6 months to a year.  You will also likely get in a routine of botox | dysport and need to get this 2-4 times a year as well and need to spend around 300-1000 dollars every time. When you add up all of these things you may be in the range of 26-40 thousand dollars and still not look as good as you would with the YoungVitalizer in our opinion.  The pricing of the YoungVitalizer is a fraction of this cost. You will also not have to go through such an invasive surgery. Here is a video of Dr. Young discussing a face lift surgery:

As you can see the face lift surgery is pretty invasive. Whereas, the YoungVitalizer only entails injections and no facial incisions. The recovery is a lot easier than traditional procedures.

One of the points that I would like to stress to people is one of the main goals of the YoungVitalizer is to bring back the light. Our eyes and brains are markedly attracted to light. This is what we need to bring back to the face. The biggest question next is then what parts of the face. This is where Dr. Young’s theory on facial beauty comes into play. This exciting new theory allows us to understand where in the face we need to enhance to bring out the best parts of your face and ultimately achieve the most beauty we can in one’s face.  We cover more of this under the subject of the YoungVitalizer in our page that you can click here: Learn More About the YoungVitalizer: The Breakthrough Incision Less Face Lift.