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520 Washington Avenue

Unit 1110

North Haven, Connecticut 06473

- Hours -

Monday: 9am - 6pm   Tuesday: 9am - 7pm     Wednesday: 9am - 7pm     Thursday: 9am - 7pm     Friday: 9am - 6pm     Saturday: 9am - 2pm     Sunday: CLOSED

Vampire Facelift®

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The Vampire Facelift® targets size, shape, color, and texture of the skin. 

On the day of your procedure your face will be thoroughly cleansed with surgical soap. 

A numbing gel will be applied for at least 30 minutes. 

While waiting, your blood will be drawn and centrifuged in order to separate the red blood cells from the plasma. The plasma is extracted and centrifuged again into platelet rich plasma (PRP) and platelet poor plasma (PPP) components.  

The numbing medicine is then removed and the skin is re-cleansed.

The next step is to inject with a Hyaluronic Acid filler (Restylane or Juvederm) to sculpt a more beautiful shape by replacing volume loss and improving symmetry.

 

The final step involves injecting PRP into strategic areas to repair and boost collagen production. 

The procedure is finished with a complimentary 20 minute Light-Stim LED treatment to enhance the healing process. 

A post-procedure treatment kit will also be provided to you along with explicit instructions regarding your recovery care. 

Treatment Benefits:

  • Non-surgical, safe, has virtually no downtime

  • Sources healing factors from your own blood

  • Smooths fine lines & wrinkles

  • Diminishes Hyperpigmentation (Age/Sun Spots)

  • Repairs Skin At The Cellular Level

  • Boosts Collagen Production

  • Restores a Healthy, Youthful Glow

  • Improves Surface Texture & Tone

  • Replaces Volume Loss

  • Improves Shape & Symmetry

*An FDA approved kit and instrumentation is used for the proper collection and processing of your PRP. Your clinician (Linda Brogan, CRNA, APRN, MHS) has extensive experience in the proper handling of blood products, venopuncture (blood drawing), sterile technique, and universal precautions from her years of working as an OR Nurse and Nurse Anesthetist.