VAMPIRE FACELIFT IN KNOXVILLE, TN
The Vampire Facelift is a nonsurgical cosmetic procedure that can take years off your appearance in just 15 minutes.
With the science of your own platelet rich plasma, cosmetic fillers, and the artful eye of a professional, a Vampire Facelift® can take years off your appearance in just 15 minutes. Our signature Vampire Facelift will help remove wrinkles and add volume to your face, for a natural, more youthful look.
Unlike most procedures, the Vampire Facelift® offers a way of both restoring shape, and improving tone and texture, as well as literally rejuvenating new and younger tissue!
Benefits of the Vampire Facelift
How does it work? At our practice in Knoxville, we take a vial’s worth of blood from your arm and spin it in a centrifuge in order to remove the red blood cells. What we’re left with is a yellow serum that is rich with growth factors and platelets. The physician then uses a very tiny needle to inject this serum into your face, just below the skin. This injection will help to stimulate the growth of new blood vessels and collagen in your face, giving your skin a lasting, healthy glow. The stem cells become activated to grow new tissue that is rich in new collagen, new fatty tissue, and new blood vessels all of which provide increased smoothness, and a healthier glow.
Next, a filler is used to add natural collagen depending on your facial structure. This will allow you to see some results instantly and create a structure as your own collagen develops over time.
As times goes on and the filler begins to break down, the effects of the PRP are seen, leaving the areas that needed it the most just gorgeous. The results continue to improve for 2-3 months and can last for 1-2 years.
The results continue to improve for 2-3 months and can last for 1-2 years.
Before & After
Vampire Facelift FAQs
While both procedures use PRP, the Vampire Facial does not include fillers and uses microneedling rather than injections. The Vampire Facial can shrink pore size, help with acne scarring and pigmentation, and could be used to treat stretch marks.
If you want to focus on face shape and contouring, the Vampire Facelift is probably a better choice. The two procedures can have great results when you use them together.