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Stem-cell facelift

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Searching for the fountain of youth is something we all do. Many people are looking for that quick fix, from Botox to facelifts, to make them look years younger.

The latest innovation in plastic surgery is the stem-cell facelift, but it is not exactly what it seems.

The procedure costs between $10,000 and $20,000. But Dr. Scott Wells, a plastic surgeon, said it pays for itself over time because patients wouldn't need regular Botox or other fillers regularly.

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