Urolifts are a popular facial surgery procedure that involves removing the facial skin from the area where the skin normally attaches to the bone.
However, a new study by researchers at the University of Toronto and University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) suggests that some people may be less likely to undergo a face lift, especially if the skin is covered with fat or mucus.
The study was published in the Journal of Dermatology.
The researchers found that people who were obese and had a higher BMI were more likely to have a face-lift.
However they also found that overweight people were more often willing to undergo the procedure.
The reason behind the difference is unclear, but the researchers speculate that the BMI might be related to the amount of skin that is covered by fat.
For the study, researchers asked participants to describe how they felt about their appearance before and after undergoing the face lift.
The results showed that people felt less anxious after they had a facelift.
The researchers also looked at the responses of people who had undergone the procedure, and found that the amount and type of skin covered by a fat layer were similar to the responses that were observed in the study.
The research also found some similarities between the responses seen in the participants and those of people undergoing other procedures, such as anastomosis.
In fact, a small number of participants who underwent anastomy did not report feeling better after the procedure than those who had not had the procedure done.
The findings could also have implications for the types of procedures that people are willing to go through in the future.
For example, the study found that some procedures could be done more quickly if skin is removed without a large fat layer that covers the face, such a face contouring, or a nose lift without the skin covering the nose.
If you are concerned about your appearance and want to learn more about face lift procedures, visit the Urolift FAQ.
Source: University of Ontario Press via AP