Surgeon Invents “FaceTime Facelift” Procedure That Makes iPhone Users Look Pretty During FaceTime

CNBC is reporting that a medical procedure called “FaceTime Facelift” has been invented by Dr. Robert K. Sigal, a plastic surgeon who believes he can make people look pretty when video-chatting using the FaceTime app on iPhone. Well, you can get an appointment for yourself right now with Dr. Robert at The Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Virginia, in case you’re crazy enough to waste your hard-earned money on something like this, even though the surgeon promises his Facelift procedure will ensure that your unsightly neck flab will never embarrass you during FaceTime.

See what the doctor has to say in this press release:

“Patients come in with their iPhones and show me how they look on Apple’s video calling application FaceTime. The angle at which the phone is held, with the caller looking downward into the camera, really captures any heaviness, fullness and sagging of the face and neck. People say ‘I never knew I looked like that! I need to do something!’ I’ve started calling it the ‘FaceTime Facelift’ effect. And we’ve developed procedures to specifically address it.”

Check out Dr. Robert himself pitching his procedure:

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