Vampire BreastLift®

Vampire BreastLift®

Vampire BreastLift®
What is Vampire BreastLift® in NJ?

The Vampire Breast Lift in NJ is a non-surgical minimally invasive, no-downtime breast rejuvenation treatment that uses the science of platelet rich plasma (PRP) to improve the look, feel and fullness of the skin and soft tissue to enhance the cleavage area. This treatment can also enhance or restore sensation in the nipples and breasts, and therefore enhance your sexual satisfaction.

During the Vampire Breast Lift®, the PRP (derived from your own blood and obtained painlessly) is injected into the inner and upper-breast area and is responsible for the amazing results of this procedure.

What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?

PRP is a concentrated source of platelets, growth factors and cytokines found naturally in your own body, and stimulates and controls healthy regenerative processes, including collagen and soft tissue remodeling, and improves overall health and rejuvenation. PRP has been used successfully for years in surgical, orthopedic and non-surgical procedures to promote improved healing times and optimal results from various procedures.

Why should you come to Anara Medspa for the Vampire BreastLift® NJ?

Dr. Chandra is trained and certified by Dr Charles Runels, M.D., the inventor of the Vampire Breast Lift®, which, combined with his understanding of the science of PRP, affords him unique expertise in this innovative treatment. He can educate the client about the difference between breast augmentation (implant surgery or “breast lift”) versus this treatment. Dr. Chandra also knows how to perform the Vampire Breast Lift safely on patients who have previously had implant surgery.

Through our consultation process, we may be able to identify and recommend other laser, light and aesthetic treatments that can address age-related lines and wrinkles or sun damage to the skin in the cleavage area. Rarely, Dr. Chandra may also inject dermal filler along with PRP to improve results in patients with “implant show.”

How does the Vampire BreastLift® in New Jersey work?

The Vampire Breast Lift begins with a painless blood draw from your arm, allowing us to obtain the Platelet Rich Plasma using an FDA-approved sterile system. While we process the PRP, a medical-grade numbing cream is applied topically to the cleavage area. After you are numb, Dr. Chandra will inject the PRP into the skin and fatty tissue of the breasts. If more volume is needed, a dermal filler may also be injected in the area.

Who is a good candidate for the Vampire BreastLift® in NJ?

This non-surgical procedure will produce great results for women who desire a healthier look and feel of their cleavage of the breasts, versus a significant size increase that may be better addressed by a breast surgeon or plastic surgeon, through a breast lift or breast augmentation surgery using an implant.

The Vampire Breast Lift® in NJ can enhance the look, feel and fullness of the skin and soft tissue in the cleavage area for:

  • Women of all ages and skin types (with or without implants) who desire for their breasts to appear more plump and youthful
  • Young women who desire to prevent age-related deterioration of breast tissue
  • Middle-age and older women who are experiencing thinning of skin and volume loss due to age and sun exposure
  • Women who desire to restore sensation of the nipples and breasts, which can increase sexual satisfaction
  • Women who have inverted nipples
What are the results of the Vampire BreastLift® in NJ?

The Vampire Breast Lift produces visible rejuvenation of the cleavage area, and is especially successful for patients who seek to improve the appearance of their breasts in revealing clothing like bikini, bra, low-cut gown, V-neck shirt, etc. Within the first few weeks to months, as the PRP increases blood flow to the tissue, the color of the skin will improve and the tissue will thicken and become less transparent. Over time, fine lines and wrinkles will also begin to diminish through collagen remodeling, and fatty tissue will increase in volume.

In addition, this treatment may increase sexual satisfaction. Patients with decreased sensation in the nipple area or inverted nipples can see a significant increase in nipple sensitivity and regeneration of a healthier nipple-areolar complex. But don’t worry; it won’t make the nipple “too” sensitive or hyper-sensitive.

In general, one to two treatments are recommended to produce optimal results.

Does the Vampire BreastLift® hurt?

Most patients report that the Vampire BreastLift® is very tolerable, with only slight discomfort during the five-minute injection process. Our powerful medical-grade numbing cream reduces this potential discomfort, and there is little to no discomfort afterwards except some mild soreness for a couple of days in some cases.

What is the downtime after the Vampire BreastLift®?

Unlike Surgery, there is no downtime after the Vampire BreastLift®. Occasionally, patients report some mild soreness for one to two days after treatment. However, you can immediately resume normal daily chores, exercise and sexual activity.

Is the Vampire Breast Lift safe?

Absolutely! The Vampire Breast Lift is a safe and effective procedure when performed by Dr. Chandra. It can only be offered at a practice (and by a licensed physician in New Jersey) that has been educated, trained and certified by Dr. Runels, the creator of the Vampire procedures. PRP uses your own naturally occurring growth factors to rejuvenate tissue, and specifically has been described in more than 20,000 published studies as a safe and effective treatment with no reported inherent complications.

We do not offer The Vampire Breast Lift to pregnant or nursing women or to those on blood thinners, or bleeding disorders. Patients should also have their yearly gynecological/breast exam before receiving the Vampire Breast Lift. This is not a breast implant procedure and not an alternative for surgical breast implant for those seeking increase in cup size. This is an elective cosmetic rejuvenation procedure and is not covered by insurance.

  • These statements have not been verified by Food and Drug Administration
  • Individual results may vary. Currently PRP treatments are considered  off-label indications.