The ‘Vampire Facelift’ to Revamp Facial Skin

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Facial aging skin can now be rejuvenated with the patient’s own blood through what is being called the “Vampire Facelift.” Dr. Maurice P. Sherman now offers this advanced facial rejuvenation technique at his practice, Del Mar Cosmetic Medical Center.

Board certified cosmetic plastic surgeon Maurice P. Sherman, M.D. is now offering an advanced technique in facial rejuvenation. Widely becoming known as the “Vampire Facelift,” this new method is intended to tighten skin, soften wrinkles and skin tone, and provide a glowing, healthier appearance. Just in time for Halloween celebration, Dr. Sherman is having a special introductory price event/open house on October 26 and 27. This is to provide an affordable way for San Diegans to receive this unique treatment and gain beautiful-looking, refreshed results.

At Del Mar Cosmetic Medical Center, the Vampire Facelift is performed with the Harvest Technologies PRP kits, which allows Dr. Sherman to use up to 8ml of the PRP (Autologous Platelet-rich Plasma). This component of the blood is what helps fill in lines and wrinkles on the face without the risk of rejection or infection. According to Dr. Sherman, “For years, we have been in the forefront of newer technological advancements in cosmetic surgery and medicine. I am immensely excited by the potential of platelet rich plasma, with its abundance of stem cells and growth factors, to enhance tissue healing, and now to profoundly affect rejuvenation mechanisms in aging skin and facial cells. The process captures your own blood products, concentrates and places these special components into specific areas of the face needing rejuvenation, hence the allusion to the ‘Vampire Lift.’ What a perfect time during Halloween to introduce and explain this wonderfully advanced concept to my own patients and the San Diego populace.”

Patients who visit Dr. Sherman’s San Diego office may undergo the “PRP Vampire Facelift,” as he has termed the procedure, should they qualify as ideal candidates. These individuals can anticipate no downtime, with the potential for only mild bruising and swelling. A natural technique to achieve a refreshed and more youthful appearance, the PRP Vampire Facelift may last between 18 months to two years.

For more information about Dr. Sherman, visit his website, http://www.drsherman.com/.

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Jennifer Galvan
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