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Why the Vampire Facelift Doesn't Affect the Lip Area, and Other Non-Surgical Facelifts

2 124 views | 14 Jun. 2017

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A lady wants to undergo the Vampire Facelift® procedure, but is concerned about its effect on the skin around her lips.

New York oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon Amiya Prasad, M.D. reviews her concerns in this video, and explains it isn’t necessary to perform the Vampire Facelift® in the areas around the lips, and how she can benefit from other non-surgical lifting procedures to improve facial volume:

0:58 — Dr. Prasad details his background training in cosmetic oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as his experience as a skin rejuvenation specialist and long-standing member of the Vampire Facelift® network of physicians

1:29 — Dr. Prasad explains what a Vampire Facelift® is and what it can do

2:36 — How the Vampire Facelift® is different from a traditional surgical facelift

3:21 — How the Vampire Facelift® procedure is performed

4:05 — How doctors who are part of the Vampire Facelift® network of physicians have received training that is in compliance with the standards established by the Vampire Facelift® creator, Dr. Charles Runels

4:51 — Dr. Prasad introduces another optional procedure called structural volumizing, and discusses how it is beneficial in terms of restoring volume to the cheek and under eye areas

6:32 — How it is not absolutely necessary to inject the area around the lips during a Vampire Facelift® procedure

7:43 — Dr. Prasad’s recommendation

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How Volume Enhancement and Lift Differ with the Vampire Facelift® and Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

2 212 views | 6 Sep. 2017

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More on the Vampire Facelift®: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/vampire-facelift/

For more on Structural Volumizing, please go to: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/y-lift/

For more information about platelet-rich plasma treatment, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/platelet-rich-plasma/

For more about Dr. Prasad’s background training, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/dr-amiya-prasad/

A lady wants to know if Vampire/blood injections or hyaluronic acid injections are better for volumizing and lifting the face.

New York oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon Amiya Prasad, M.D. discusses her concerns in this video, and explains how “vampire injections” often refer to the use of PRP rather than the proper Vampire Facelift®, and how PRP or the Vampire Facelift® cannot attain the same amount of volume correction one would get from hyaluronic acid injections:

0:48 — Dr. Prasad details his background training in cosmetic oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as his experience as a member of the Vampire Facelift® network of doctors.

1:16 — How the “vampire procedure” often refers to the use of PRP to improve the skin, and add some volume

1:47 — How the Vampire Facelift® procedure was created and how it is performed

2:38 — The effect of PRP on the facial skin; and how the Vampire Facelift® is different from a traditional facelift

3:20 — How another procedure called Structural Volumizing can have significant volume and lifting effect using hyaluronic acid fillers

3:35 — How PRP cannot achieve the same amount of volume correction that hyaluronic fillers can

4:01 — How PRP can be transformed to platelet-rich fibrin matrix (PRFM) for a more viscous material

4:29 — How PRP has more of a stimulatory effect on skin which requires consistent maintenance, while hyaluronic acid fillers yield more immediate and longer lasting results

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