As time goes on, the face begins to lose fat, soft tissue and bone. As this occurs the skin loosens and the face actually contracts and falls. The treatment is aimed at restoring the volume, rejuvenating the tissues, and relaxing the muscles to improve the fine lines.
Volume replacement may be achieved by using short term fillers like hyaluronic acid (Juvederm, Restylane, Boletero) that last up to 2 years or with Bellafill that may last up to 7-10 years. This is a short, in office procedure with little to no downtime.
Rejuvenation of the facial structures including fat and soft tissue may be obtained by the use of Platelet Rich Plasma in the Vampire Facelift Procedure. Additionally there is a role for the use of Amniotic tissue therapy using AlphaGEMS or MicroGEMS to add to the effects of the PRP.
Relaxation of the facial muscles is best obtained by using Botox which improves fine lines in several areas of the face. The combination of the above modalities is the best current available to treat the effects of aging on the face.
A surgical facelift may be useful in very specific cases, but it is not a cure-all for the aging face.
The surgical facelift can contribute to a collapse of the face as the skin is stretched tightly over the bone, leaving a skeleton-like appearance and does little to improve the quality of the skin. The Vampire Facelift®, however, lifts the face away from the bone, creating youthful volume and restoring shape. In combination with HA fillers, the Vampire Facelift® also improves the skin’s texture, color and integrity.
The Vampire FaceLift® contributes in:
Do You Show These Signs of Aging?
A Vampire Facial® offers an innovative solution to help rejuvenate your face, and it’s become a sensation world-wide. There are three steps to a Vampire Facial® procedure.
The skin tightens, and glows with color, and scarring softens for a beautiful younger and very natural result.
The effects of the procedure improve for 2 to 3 months and last for at least 1 to 2 years.