Vampire ButtLift

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The Vampire Butt Lift is one of several procedures more broadly known as fat transfer with Platelet Rich Plasma. In fat transfer procedures, fat is removed from the body and later re-injected into a more desirable location in the body.

Vampire Butt Lift procedures are performed in our office.

Dr. Adler uses a topical anetshetic to numb both the area from which the fat is harvested and the treatment site. Fat is harvested from a donor site where your fat is most tightly packed, such as your lower abdomen or inner thighs. Next, a small amount of blood is drawn from your arm, in the same way any standard blood test if performed.

Once harvested, your fat, and your blood will go through a separation process in an FDA Approved Centrifuge which separates the red blood cells from the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)PRP contains numerous Growth Factors. Dr. Adler then injects the harvested fat and PRP using a special syringe and technique. This process may be repeated until the desired look has been achieved. Dr. Adler uses a technique that is known to give an 85+% survival rate for the fat cells.

Harvesting the fat cells is often performed in conjunction with other procedures, such as SmartLipo.

At our practice in New York City, the Vampire Butt Lift is only one of our many advanced cosmetic procedures aimed to help improve your figure using your body's own resources. By using the patient's own tissue for augmentation, there is no chance for an adverse or allergic procedure as compared to using artificial substances such as implants.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where does the fat come from?
A: We generally take the fat from the lower abdomen and inner thighs.
Q: How long does it last?
A: The butt augmentation lasts years because it is your own fat.
Q: How much fat is needed for the procedure?
A: The amount of fat will vary depending on the area being treated and the desired size.
Q: What is the downtime?
A: Downtime is similar to SmartLipo. Patients can return to work the next morning. There is some soreness in the area and you will not want to work out the treated area for about 2 weeks.

 

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