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The Vampire Breast Lift, Gimmick or Not?

The Vampire Breast Lift, Gimmick or Not?

“The Vampire Breast Lift” is making its rounds in the media, peaking the interests of some and igniting harsh criticisms from others. Stemming from the science of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), the “Vampire Breast Lift” argues the use of PRP in the breast can rejuvenate the tissue. Beyond it’s questionable science, even more controversy developed after it became known that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences were suing the suppliers of the Oscars’s infamous swag bag due to a variety of “unsavory items”, including a Vampire Breast Lift! For $1900, the “breast lift” uses “blood-derived growth factors to revive rounder cleavage without implants. Women can now also soften implant scars and irregularities (and restore sensation).

Board certified plastic surgeon and noted breast surgery expert, Dr. William P. Adams Jr., takes a hard look at the claims made by the Vampire Breast Lift. Is it all a gimmick, or is there some evidence to the Vampire Breast Lift?

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