Your Own Blood’s ‘Healing Factors’ Used in Vampire Face Lift

Vampire Face Lift

Dr. Carrozzella was trained in the Vampire Face Lift directly by the inventor, Dr. Charles Runels. He has performed a number of these procedures since then, and so far the results have been quite pleasing to the people who have gotten them. Most note better skin quality, fewer lines and a softer, more youthful facial appearance.

With more than 30 years of medical experience, most of them as a surgeon, Dr. Carrozzella is technically exceptional, so most of the time, the procedure is essentially painless with most women able to return immediately to normal activity (even work, if they must). Remember, the Vampire Face Lift uses highly concentrated “healing factors” normally found in your own blood. The procedure involves taking some blood from you, concentrating the healing factors and then putting them back into a place where we want the effect. The healing factors then go to work and create the desired results. While it is impossible to guarantee a risk-free result in any medical procedure, the Vampire Face Lift is very safe, with no major complications of any sort reported. The worst that Dr. Carrozzella has seen is a bit of swelling, bruising or soreness that lasts no more than a few days.

For most women, the Vampire Face Lift is effective and delivers a great result. It is critical, however, to make sure that you use the best skin care possible after your procedure. Sometimes even externally applied growth factors will help amplify the results. It is impossible to say what any particular person’s result might be based upon a phone call or an online questionnaire, so Dr. Carrozzella offers a no-cost consultation, either by Skype or in person in the office.

The cost for the procedure is $1,599 if you finance, or $1,250 if you pay cash. We offer our own financing, so you will be approved if you need to go this way. In the case of financing, we require 35% down and the remainder in 11 equal payments.

Please call 407.505.6456 with any other questions or if you would like to schedule a consultation or an appointment for the procedure.