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a renovation that improves the outward appearance (as of a building) but usually does not involve major changes

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"Everyone wants to look young and, in the age of social media, there is a craze among the netizens to look better in profile photos and selfies, by opting for facelift procedures," Anup Dhir, MD, Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery at the Apollo Hospital here, told IANS.
Indeed, many real people get facelifts, and if it's a job done right you'll never know it.
It will provide a comprehensive plan right through from botox and lasers through to facelifts. That's what patients need.
Last year, Irene Shipley, 54, from High Heaton, Newcastle, was given a facelift as her Christmas present from husband Martin, 54.
Michelle Koone is owner of the home-based "natural facelift" business.
Facelifts from Hell turns the mirror on the victims whose search for beauty led to living nightmares, as their operations went horribly wrong.
One Glasgow woman said: "The result of my facelift was awful, with swelling under my eyes.
Many facilities that were built in the '70's and early '80's are now in need of facelifts to remain competitive or at the top of their markets.
Most facelifts are performed under local anesthesia, combined with a sedative to make you drowsy.
For those who are looking to do something about these unwanted signs of aging, liquid facelifts, offered by Dr.
Even though facelifts can only be guaranteed for five years, more and more women are opting to go under the knife.
"I do look after myself, and it's not just the facelifts."
As facelifts go, it is one of the best I have seen- not too tight - not too pulled and very natural.
Other cosmetic treatment available includes lip enhancement, laser facelifts and the removal of skin blemishes.