This treatment might be something you want to look into if you are looking to get a slight lift to your chest. The results are similar to the effects of a pushup bra. However, before deciding if this breast lift is right for you, ‘it’s imperative that you know what to expect and not to expect from your results. The vampire lift will not increase your cup size, create a new breast shape, or eliminate any sagging that you have. On the other hand, it will, create the appearance of fuller breasts, minimize the appearance of any wrinkles, scars, or stretch marks, and improve the blood circulation to the chest. If you are someone who has a history of breast cancer or are predisposed to breast cancer, is breastfeeding, or is pregnant, you may not be able to have this lift done.
The cost of this treatment is determined by the number of injections you need to receive to complete the lift. Typically, the number of platelet-rich plasma injections needed for a vampire facelift costs around $1,200 for each treatment, the vampire lift for your breasts will cost about the same if not a little more since more PRP injections may be required. Usually, the estimated price for this procedure ranges from $1,500 to $2,000. Insurance will not cover the cost of the procedure since it is a cosmetic, but some providers may offer financing or payment plans to help offset the cost.