Vampire Breast Lift
This non-surgical procedure uses platelet-rich plasma from your blood to enhance cleavage and soften stretch marks. The Vampire Breast Lift® is also offered for treatment of post-implant or post-mastectomy scars and restoration of sensation.
What is a Vampire Breast Lift®
A Vampire Breast Lift is a non-surgical procedure to improve the look of your breasts. The Vampire Breast Lift uses injections of platelet-rich plasma. This procedure is also known as a PRP breast lift. The procdure was invented by Dr. Charles Runels and only practicioners trained and licensed by the Cellular Medicine Association may perform the procedure.
What is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)?
Platelet-rich plasma comes from your blood. PRP contains proteins that promote blood clotting and help with cell growth.
Providers separate PRP from the rest of your blood in a centrifuge, a machine that spins your blood at high speeds. The centrifuge separates your blood into three components:
White blood cells
Red blood cells
Why is a Vampire Breast Lift Done?
The Vampire Breast Lift is a non-surgical option to a traditional breast lift. Advantages over a surgical procedure include:
Increases elastin (a protein that allows tissue to stretch).
Promotes growth of collagen (a protein that provides structure to your body).
Stimulates new cell growth.
A Vampire Breast Lift may help to:
Improve skin texture and tone.
Make your breasts look lifted and fuller.
Reduce the look of wrinkles, stretch marks and scars.
What Happens Before a Vampire Breast Lift?
Before a Vampire Breast Lift, you’ll have a consultation with a specialist to talk about what you want to achieve. Your specialist will:
Ask about your health history.
Examine your breasts.
Discuss your desired outcome from the procedure.
If you decide to move forward with a Vampire Breast Lift you may be advised to:
Stop taking some medications, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and aspirin, for a week before the procedure.
Wear comfortable clothing to your appointment.
Remove jewelry and keep it at home.
What Happens During a Vampire Breast Lift?
During a Vampire Breast Lift, we will take a blood sample, usually from your arm. We’ll spin the blood in a centrifuge machine to separate the PRP.
Then we will apply a numbing cream to your breasts to decrease your sensitivity during the procedure. Then we use a thin needle to inject PRP into areas throughout your breasts.
The injections generally take about 20 minutes. The entire procedure usually lasts less than an hour.
What Happens after a Vampire Breast Lift?
Most people don’t have any side effects after a Vampire Breast Lift. Some people experience side effects for a few days, such as:
What are the Advantages of a Vampire Breast Lift?
People who have a Vampire Breast Lift instead of surgical breast augmentation may have:
Shorter recovery time
What are the Risks or Complications of a Vampire Breast Lift?
You may experience some pain during the blood sample and injections. But any discomfort is usually mild.
Because a Vampire Lift isn’t surgery, it can’t:
Completely lift saggy breasts.
Give your breasts a new shape.
Increase your breast size.
Reduce excess skin.
Reposition your nipples.
This procedure isn’t recommended if you’re:
At high risk of breast cancer or have had breast cancer
What is the Recovery Time After a Vampire Breast Lift?
After a Vampire Breast Lift, you may notice your breasts becoming gradually firmer and smoother over a period of three to four weeks. Final results may not appear for two to three months. Any changes can last up to two years.
Dr. Masud Baksh, M.D., Medical Director of Vital Health & Aesthetics has been certified and licensed to perform the Vampire Breast Liftt® by the Cellular Medicine Association. To learn more about this distinctive qualification please see our blog post, Vital Health & Aesthetics Achieves Certification by the Cellular Medicine Association.