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Don't believe the hype. This firm markets to women who are starting to age promising a rejuvenation of your face. What it is: a marketing scam that will leave you scarred for life. This particular type of facelift is a cookie cutter, lower 1/3 of your face addressing drooping jowls and neck problems. Dr. Kent, the founder was recently fined $300,000 dollars for cyber posting by the State of NY (employees posting good reviews and websites like they are customer, oh so happy customers) which is misleading and drives traffic to satellite offices all over the United States. Want more info go to and look up Lifestyle Lift.

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