Vampire Facelift

A platelet-rich plasma facelift, sometimes known as a vampire facelift, is a cosmetic operation that uses the patient’s own blood to fight the effects of ageing. One hospital that excels at this is Sanjay Rithik Hospital. The doctor uses a centrifuge (a device that rapidly spins fluids of different densities to separate them) to separate the platelets from the rest of the blood after drawing blood from your arm. An injectable hyaluronic acid filler, such as Juvederm, is added to platelet-rich plasma (PRP). The Vampire Facelift Technique

The same procedures are used in most vampire facelifts:

  • Our doctor will first cleanse your skin.
  • A topical numbing cream might be used.
  • Then, they will take blood from your arm (up to 2 tablespoons).
  • Injecting filler into the face initially, some of our doctors may focus on regions with deep creases or wrinkles.
  • A centrifuge is used to spin the blood.
  • PRP is separated from the other blood by this process.
  • The PRP is injected back into the face using a tiny needle.

What to anticipate following a vampire facelift

A vampire facelift may cause some facial redness, but the operation itself is non-invasive and has a short recovery period.

For a few hours after the procedure, refrain from touching your face. If the doctor at Sanjay Rithik Hospital says it’s okay, you can use an ice pack or take Tylenol to lessen the discomfort and swelling.

You will see the filler’s instant plumping effects, and the glow and balance of the PRP will become apparent after two to three weeks. Results typically last between a year and 18 months but are not permanent.