Vampire facelift associations to other procedures: FAQs and solutions
In contrast to the Vampire Facelift®, the Vampire Facial® does not use any fillers. The purpose of the Vampire Facial® is to enhance the benefits of micro needling with a device such as the Dermapen by applying PRP (platelet-rich plasma) during and after the micro needling process. Even as we undertake to differentiate the vampire facelift associations with other treatment procedures, it is important to note that doctor Dalal Akoury MD, and President of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center will customize the depth and the rate at which the micro needling is done in order to get the most benefit from the treatment for each patient. Micro needling is the skill which is not performed the same way by every practitioner. The combination of micro needling with the application of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) results in the stimulation of collagen and improvement of the skin. And that explains why scheduling an appointment with doctor Akoury today for the commencement of this treatment process becomes essential for you. In the meantime, as you consider doing that, let us continue the discussion by looking at vampire facelift and synthetic fillers.
Unlike other injectable such as Artefill, the Vampire Facelift® is natural since it uses the patient’s own healing and growth factors collected from their blood to revitalize the face along with the hyaluronic acid filler.
There is a well-documented synergistic benefit from the use of hyaluronic acid filler with platelet-rich plasma in wound healing. Synthetic fillers alone have not shown this benefit and have other risks which make hyaluronic acid a preferred filler for the Vampire Facelift®. Botox is different than dermal fillers as it’s a neurotoxin which decreases muscle activity by affecting nerves which stimulate a particular muscle.
The term “liquid facelift” was used to describe the use of several different types of injectable to enhance a person’s appearance. This means that the Vampire Facelift® is a type of “liquid facelift”.
Various type of fillers can be used to get some of the effects of a facelift, from Botox to using your own fat (referred to as fat transfer or fat grafting). Depending on your personal situation, a liquid facelift might be a better option than a facelift, which can still be considered in the future.
Vampire facelift associations to other care procedures: How much does the Vampire Facelift® cost?
The liquid facelift cost is dependent on Dr. Akoury’s evaluation of your needs. It’s important that you have a proper evaluation to determine if you are a candidate. Some patients also combine The Vampire Facelift® with other facial procedures. The cost will also vary if you prefer a facial instead.
The benefit of the Vampire Facelift® continues over time after the procedure as the growth factors in the blood stimulate the body to create collagen and new blood vessels that result in enhancing the facial skin. Dr. Akoury is a renowned practitioner of the Vampire Facelift®. Schedule your consultation with Dr. Akoury.