Dermal fillers and injection of PRP can provide results for up to a year. You may need an annual touch up to maintain results.
How often in a year would I need vampire facelift to keep the best results?
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The Vampire Facelift is one of the hottest new procedures because of how safe and effective it is for all skin types. It is also amazing to use PRP from your own body and boost the body's own immunity. After a series of treatments, the results may last 9 months or 18 months depending on aging, sun exposure, and genetics. Best, Dr. Green
Expected length of time a Vampire Facelift will last
A great question that is often asked. The Vampire Facelift includes the Vampire Facial (PRP) and refers to the "lift" component of the procedure which involves the use of a filler to provide the lifting of hollow or depressed areas. The amount of time the procedure will maintain the volumizing or “lift" varies based on numerous factors including age, initial volume loss, metabolism, patient's "work out" regiment and more. All these can decrease the time that the filler will maintain the initial filled volume. When using a hyaluronic acid filler like Voluma, one can expect a longer period between treatments (1 to 2 years), while other fillers (Juvederm, Lyft, Radiesse) may not last as long. Usually one can expect eight months to a year for these fillers. The Vampire Facial component refers to the PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) thickening and tightening of the skin layers and this effect, also depending on patient specific variables, may continue for 12 to 18 months before a touch up treatment is desired. I hope this answers your question Thank You.
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Thank you for your question. The results can typically last for 18 to 24 months. Some of our patients just come in for touch ups for the filler in 9 to 10 months.
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