Premier Wellness and Aesthetics Center
hough breast augmentation has become a commonly accepted practice, some women don’t wish to take the drastic step of physical implants. Instead, they seek a noninvasive way to achieve a fuller, firmer breast structure.
Fortunately, that technique is here. The Vampire Breast Lift uses PRP (platelet rich plasma) extracted from your own blood to induce the skin around your breast to regenerate and tighten. Unlike implants, which can leak and may need to be replaced, the Vampire Breast Lift is all-natural and involves no chance of rejection.
PRP Breast Lift vs. Breast Augmentation with Implants
Traditional breast augmentation involves the use of saline or silicone implants which are surgically implanted into the breast to give it a rounder, fuller shape. Silicone implants tend to feel softer and more natural, while saline implants pose less of a risk if they leak, since the saline is absorbed safely into the body.
By contrast, the Vampire Breast Lift using PRP does not involve any form of surgery or its consequent downtime. During your visit to the doctor, your blood is drawn and separated into its component parts in a centrifuge, a process that takes less than ten minutes. Out of this mixture, the doctor extracts plasma, the liquid base of your blood, and platelets, the cells that cause blood clotting. Together, this constitutes platelet rich plasma.
This mixture is then injected into the breasts using dozens of micro-punctures spaced all over their surface. The platelet rich plasma stimulates your skin to produce new collagen and regrow as if it’s healing from a wound, restoring tightness, roundness, and a youthful glow.
A similar process is used in the PRP facial and Vampire Facelift. In those treatments, the PRP is injected into micro-punctures on your face, where it has a similar healing effect.
If you’re interested in breast augmentation without implants using the healing power of your own body, ask about the PRP Breast Lift at your next visit to Premier Wellness and Aesthetics Center.