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Vampire Procedures

Vampire Facelift

You might not know this, but the platelets found in our blood have eight different growth factors responsible for healing wounds and injuries. These growth factors can be harvested and purified into what is known as platelet-rich plasma, a substance that has a high concentration of these useful growth factors.

PRP has been commonly used to treat sports injuries, hair loss, tendon injuries, osteoarthritis and postsurgical wounds for years, but one of the most recent breakthrough applications is its use in cosmetic and sexual health fields.

If you would like more information on how vampire procedures can help you, you can schedule a consultation with Dr. Levitt through our online contact form.

What Is a Vampire Procedure?

A cosmetic vampire procedure uses the previously mentioned process of purifying blood into PRP to create a high density of growth factors in a solution. First, a small amount of blood is extracted from your arm in a process similar to any other kind of blood sample or donation you have given in the past.

Then, the purification of the blood is typically done via rapid rotation in a centrifuge, which separates the desired components of the blood and increases the number of growth factors in the solution by a factor of 10.

The PRP is finally used in whatever vampire procedure you are having performed. There are four main procedures that we offer: vampire facelifts, vampire breast lifts, O-Shots and P-Shots. Each of these procedures capitalizes on the growth factors in different ways.

What Is a Vampire Facelift?

You may have heard of the vampire facial, a procedure that had a bit of a bubble in popularity in recent years. (Especially after Kim Kardashian promoted it on her social media). But if you are not familiar, a vampire facial is a topical procedure that combines microneedling and PRP to create an improvement in the surface level of the skin.

The vampire facelift, however, goes a step further: it combines PRP and a hyaluronic acid filler like Juvederm or Restylane into a single injectable treatment. This combination creates a noticeable change in fine lines and wrinkles throughout the face that a vampire facial alone can not achieve.

The vampire facelift is still noninvasive, and it takes only an hour or two to complete depending on your specific treatment. The following day, patients can usually return to their regular routines with minor redness or swelling. You can expect to pay between $1,500 and $2,500 for a vampire facelift, but it could change slightly depending on your unique anatomy and needs.

What Is a Vampire Breast Lift?

In a traditional breast lift, skin and excess tissue are excised to create a perkier and more youthful appearance. However, this kind of procedure is considered highly invasive, generally more expensive than nonsurgical techniques, requires anesthesia and has a significant recovery and downtime.

For those reasons, many women decide that the cost is not worth the benefits. If you find yourself among the groups of women who would prefer not to undergo major surgery but would still like to address breast sagging, then a vampire breast lift may be a strong option.

Similar to a vampire facelift, a combination of a hyaluronic acid filler and PRP is injected into the breast at strategic points to create a more voluminous and full appearance. This fullness helps mitigate some or all of the sagging you may have been experiencing.

But you should always keep in mind that every procedure has its limitations; while you will not have to worry about scar tissue or recovery times, a vampire breast lift can only achieve a subtle increase in breast size — comparable to what a push-up bra can provide.

While a traditional breast lift can cost up to $10,000 in some cases, a vampire breast lift will only cost you between $1,500 and $2,000. A vampire breast lift is considered a safe procedure, but you may not be a good candidate if you have a history of or disposition to breast cancer or are pregnant or breastfeeding.

What Is an O-Shot?

It is estimated that up to 43% of women suffer from sexual dysfunction in some form. Urinary incontinence is also a widespread problem among many women. What if both of these vagina-related problems (and many others) could be solved with a single shot?

This is why the O-Shot was developed. Like other vampire procedures, this treatment uses PRP as a primary ingredient to solve problems like decreased libido, urinary incontinence, inability to orgasm, chronic vaginal pain, postpartum fecal incontinence, and many more.

During this procedure, targeted areas like the clitoris, labia and G-spot are injected with PRP. While the treatment is currently in the early stages of research, many patients have found success in treating a broad scope of problems through vaginal PRP injections.

You can expect to pay anywhere between $1,200 and $2,500 to have this procedure performed. Since it is a new treatment, finding a reputable practice like Levitt Medical Aesthetics is paramount to your safety and final results.

What Is a P-Shot?

The P-Shot is the male version of the O-Shot, and is used as an alternative treatment to erectile dysfunction, lichen sclerosus, penis enhancement and general sexual dysfunction. Since this procedure is also in the early stages of research and study, there is only anecdotal information to reference.

With that being said, many men have reported improvement in various conditions after having the P-Shot treatment. Typically, the cost of a P-Shot is around $2,000, but this will vary depending on your unique conditions and the experience and expertise of the physician you are working with.

Similar to the O-Shot, the P-Shot is a new procedure, so we recommend visiting an established practice like Levitt Medical Aesthetics to ensure you are receiving safe and effective treatment.

Vampire Procedures in Albany, Oregon

If you are interested in learning more about vampire procedures, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, give Levitt Medical Aesthetics a call at (541)-500-3755 or fill out our online contact form. Dr. Levitt and his team of medical professionals are excited to get you started as soon as possible!