Updated: Jan 2
vampire facelift is one of our famous effective procedure for facial rejuvenation.
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what is the famous vampire facelift ?
Vampire facelift is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure involving the reinjection of a gel-like substance
—platelet rich fibrin matrix (PRFM)—derived from a patient’s own blood
back into multiple areas of the skin of their face in an effort to treat wrinkles
and “rejuvenate” the face or even for treatment the scar and other parts such as hand neck .
The secret ingredient is PRP .
Platelet rich plasma is the one and only active ingredient in this procedure to rejuvenation.
Platelets play a role in stopping bleeding and in repairing damaged blood vessels and cells in the body.
Platelets also contain substances called “growth factors” that activate and rejuvenate cells in our body.
Unlike fillers that use various synthetic substances, PRP uses the patient’s natural biology to address skin defects
and volume loss, triggering production of new cells and collagen formation.
How long does the procedure take, and how is it performed?
This cutting-edge rejuvenation is a quick 20-minute procedure.
After 20 cm3 of blood is drawn from the patient, it is spun down in a centrifuge for 6 minutes
at a precalculated speed to retrieve the most viable fibrin and platelets.
After centrifugation, the platelet and fibrin component of the blood (the top layer) is extracted
and reinjected into the area of concern.
What type of results can generally be expected?
The results are subtle, with gradual improvement in the injected area over a 3- to 5-week period.
Full correction occurs at 4-7 weeks and can last as long as 18 months.
For what types of patients is this procedure most and least suitable?
Any patient who wishes to reduce volume loss, fine lines,
and textural changes of the skin is suitable for this procedure.
It also appeals to the patient who is looking for a natural approach to volumizing the face and treating or reducing fine lines.
How long are the improvements maintained? If necessary, can the procedure be repeated, and if so, with what anticipated outcome?
Vampire treatment can be repeated, and better results are seen with a total of 4-6 treatments given 2-4 weeks apart. Patients can expect to see better results as they receive more treatments.
With time, the results of Vampire treatment get better and better.
How does PRP therapy compare with injections of filler, Botox or surgical facelifts?
This procedure can be combined with dermal fillers, Botox injections, and laser surgery,
as well as facial surgery. PRP builds tissue over time, whereas traditional filler breaks down over time.
How much does Vampire Treatment cost ?
What are the risks or complications?
Because this filler is made from the patient’s own blood,
there is no risk for rejection, infection, or an allergic reaction.
bruise at site of injection can happen but uncommon .
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