For patients who want a more significant medical aesthetic treatment, Lifestyle’s MedSpa provides the Vampire Facelift. In addition to using the body’s own Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to encourage subdermal collagen growth to smooth the skin’s surface in the Vampire Facial procedure, the Vampire Facelift adds a dermal filler such as Versa or Juvederm to give the face a more refreshed and youthful appearance. These benefits are achieved without costly plastic surgery.
What Happens During a Vampire Facelift?
Unlike the Vampire Facial, the Vampire Facelift is a two-part visit. The first visit includes a comprehensive consultation to determine the patient’s objectives, explain the procedure, its pros and cons, and fully answer all the patient’s questions. Everyone should be comfortable with their decision to have this medical procedure.
The complete procedure takes place during the second visit. Like the Vampire Facial, the Vampire Facelift begins with a blood draw so that the clinic can extract the PRP your body will use to stimulate collagen grown. During the extraction process, the patient relaxes in the procedure room while a topical numbing cream is applied to the skin.
During the procedure, Dr. Verma and his staff ensure that the patient is comfortable. Dermal fillers are injected first, followed by PRP and micro-needling. This enhances the skin’s overall smoothness and texture in addition to the fullness created by the dermal filler in the focus areas of the face that the patient and Dr. Verma identified for treatment.
The procedure takes approximately 30 minutes to complete, and the patient receives an After Care Treatment Pack and post-procedure care instructions. There may be some discoloration for several days, but the results will be noticeable almost immediately with noticeable improvements each day as the skin heals.
What Does a Vampire Facelift Treat?
This particular medical aesthetic procedure is available for a variety of patient concerns, most notably:
- Age-Related Volume Loss
- Skin Texture
- Fine Lines and Wrinkles
- Smile Lines
- Nasolabial Folds
- Vertical Lip Lines (“Smokers Lines”)
- Lower Facial Laxity
- Jowls and Jawline Laxity
- Loss of Volume at the Temple