Some women just aren’t comfortable with the look of their breasts and are looking for a way to do something about it. To do something that will give them the results they are looking for. At Audace Med Spa we have the perfect answer. The Vampire Breast Lift. The aim of the Vampire Breast Lift™ is to do what a well-made bra would do; provide lift and cleavage. Women who are not looking to dramatically change the size of their breasts, but who are looking to give their breasts a more youthful appearance are ideal candidates for the Vampire Breast Lift.
GIVE YOUR LIFE A LIFT.
The best part of the Vampire Breast Lift is that it’s a totally non-invasive, non-surgical, no downtime form of breast augmentation. No long surgery, no long recovery, no cutting and inserting implants that still might not give you results you’re happy with. This procedure takes only about 30 minutes. What makes the Vampire Face Lift unique is the combination of products and how they are used.
A small amount of blood is taken the same way it would be for a normal blood test. Once blood has been collected, it is then centrifuged and the platelets are separated from the red blood cells. The platelets are then introduced to a calcium chloride solution which causes the platelets to release growth factors. Small amounts of synthetic injectable fillers like Restylane or Juvederm are added to the mixture as well. Once all the ingredients have been combined, a small gauge needle is used to inject the product into specific areas of the breast.
WHY DR. LOVITT LOVES IT
Dr. Lovitt believes the best part of this procedure is that it’s getting back to what beauty is all about. The Vampire Breast Lift™ works at the stem cell level, generating new tissue. The procedure brings sensation back into the breast, areola and nipples. Like its hyaluronic acid relatives, the Vampire Breast Lift™ injections will last about 9-18 months, depending on individual patients.
The Vampire Breast Lift™, like the Vampire Facelift®, is a trademarked procedure created by Dr. Charles Runels. He trains surgeons around the country how to use his techniques to perform these particular procedures. It is a way to standardize cosmetic procedures so that people from Montana to Florida can ask for a certain procedure and know they are getting the same treatment.
Oh, is it really possible?