The Vampire Breast Lift has been portrayed as a non-surgical form of breast augmentation that does not include any downtime. Today we weigh in on this odd-sounding procedure.
What is a Vampire Breast Lift?
The Vampire Breast Lift, is a procedure that encompasses injection of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the breasts and has in the recent days created a buzz in the plastic surgery community.
According to Charles Runel, the “magic injection” is a wonder treatment for ladies who are seeking voluminous breast size without the long recovery periods.
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But does the vampire breast lift work? Several plastic surgeons claim it may work in some cases, but a few are highly skeptical of some of its findings.
The Vampire Breast Lift Procedure and Steps
According to the inventors of the Vampire Breast Lift, the procedure has 3 steps. In the first step, the surgeon has to assess the shape of the breast to determine where it can be enhanced. Step two involves preparation of the PRP for injection by the surgeon.
Like all other procedures involving PRP injection, growth factors are isolated from the patient’s blood. In the final stage, PRP is injected into the patient’s breast.
Once injected, the growth factors present in PRP work like magic to cause increased collagen and new blood flow. The creators claim that this procedure triggers growth of new blood vessels, collagen and fatty tissue by the stem cells. This results in appearance of new skin and increased volume of fatty tissue.
How Much Do The Vampire Breast Lift Cost?
According to the inventor, the procedure can be used to lift up saggy breasts, fix inverted nipples. Its effective in erasing stretch marks, boosting nipple sensitivity as well as increasing the shape and look of cleavage for up to two years.
The cost of this breast lifts differs from one doctor to another depending on the location and other factors. The average cost of a Vampire Breast Lift is around $1,800. The fact that it’s not permanent means that the cost could add up to more.
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