- Anti-Wrinkle Injections
- Dermal Fillers
- Silhouette Lift
- Skin Peels
- Vampire Facelift
- Dermaroller (Skin Needling)
- Skeyndor Spa Treatments
- Non-Surgical Treatments
- Semi-Permanent Make-Up
- PDO Threads Facelift
- Endermologie – Lipomassage for the body
- Mesotherapy Body Treatments
- Vitamin Facial – Mesotherapy
- Body Slindy Treatment
- Body Tightening Treatments
- “Thirty – Minute Facelift RF8”
- Excessive Sweating
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What is a Vampire Facelift?
A vampire facelift takes the fight against aging to a new level. The vampire facelift not only adds volume to your skin but also stimulates the growth of new tissue by using growth factors found in your own blood, which is why the procedure is called the “vampire” facelift.
How does a Vampire Facelift Work?
The vampire facelift is a minimally-invasive procedure that is typically performed in conjunction with other cosmetic fillers that add volume to your skin. A small amount of your blood is drawn and processed in a centrifuge to separate the platelets from your blood. A process is then used to release growth factors from the platelets. These growth factors are then injected into the treatment area to stimulate stem cells that produce new tissue, such as collagen, blood vessels, and fatty tissue.
How Does a Vampire Facelift Differ from Other Procedures?
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is one of the most common natural substances used in cosmetic fillers. While HA adds volume to your skin, it does little to help your body self-repair by developing new tissues that are needed to support your skin and give you a youthful appearance. The vampire facelift gives you the benefits of HA while adding the critical element of new tissue development.
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
After just one vampire facelift, you see gradual improvements in your skin. Optimum results typically take two to three months.
How Long Do the Results Last?
Your results from a vampire facelift can last one to two years. To get the longest-lasting results, you should protect the health of your skin with a daily skin care regimen and protection against sun exposure.
Meet Dr Swift
Dr Emily Swift is a dental surgeon and specialises in non-surgical facial aesthetics and rejuvenation. (BDS, registered with the General Dental Council, Fellowship in Advanced Aesthetic Medicine at Harley Street Institute).