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Anyone who’s paid any attention to the world of TV and film over the past few years will be all too familiar with how popular vampire lore has become. Not content with vampire-themed TV shows, movies and books, lovers of the undead are now opting for vampire facelifts, where blood is used to rejuvenate facial tissue. Before you get too squeamish, the blood used is your own (it doesn’t actually involve vampires), but there are still plenty of reasons to go legit instead.

Vampire Facelifts Offer Temporary Results

Okay, so you may be swayed by the non-surgical nature of the vampire facelift, or the fact that using your own blood makes it more of a natural procedure, but a vampire facelift will only last for a short time. In fact, as vampire facelifts also tend to involve the use of hyaluronic acid, they’re not all that different from standard injectable fillers.

   There’s very little evidence as to the reliability, safety or effectiveness of the vampire facelift.

Choose a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon for Your Facelift

The fact that a vampire facelift is temporary may not be enough to convince you that a traditional facelift is a better option, but have you considered the reputation of the doctors willing to perform the procedure? Whether you’re planning a facelift or considering temporary facial fillers, you should always work with a board-certified plastic surgeon. A reputable, experienced plastic surgeon and a safe environment in which to have the procedure carried out are musts when it comes to your cosmetic procedures.

 

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