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5-minute facelift: Watch one happen on-air

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Plastic surgeon Dr. Brian Glatt joins the Fourth Hour to perform what he calls a five-minute facelift live on the air. The procedure is said to instantly lift and add volume to your face with the help of fillers, and it may be an alternative if you’re reluctant to go under the knife. See the results!