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How The Vampire Facial Can Enhance Your Breasts

by Dr. Ramtin Kassir, M.D., F.A.C.S.

May 16, 2017, 8:10 a.m.

Platelet-Rich Plasma treatment is one of those treatments that seems to have endless possibilities. Because the PRP procedure uses the patient’s own blood, it’s able to be accepted by the body without any adverse side effects. Using a natural healing agent produced directly from the body also influences a faster healing process and ensures safety. Though PRP treatment gained popularity with the masses via Kim Kardashian’s vampire facial, other uses are now on the rise.

 

PRP treatment combined with hyaluronic acid is one of the leading combinations for a non-invasive breast lift, but it’s not going to double your size. This form of breast rejuvenation is mainly for women who are noticing decreased volume in the upper portion of their breast and have some sagging. In cases where women are looking to revive their breasts shape, Platelet-Rich Plasma treatment is an effective procedure with zero downtime.

 

Platelet-rich plasma floods collagen to the area, which repairs the damage caused by the syringe puncture. PRP also restores the elasticity and boosts the cell turnover for firmer, more youthful-looking appearance. Volume is also increased by the combination of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers paired with PRP.

 

For women who are experiencing progressive sagging and loss of volume, you may find that the PRP / Hyaluronic Acid pairing doesn’t have as much of a significant impact for reversing your skin’s condition. Instead, opting for a standard breast lift or augmentation paired with PRP injections may be beneficial in the healing and enhancement of your results.

 

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