Sexual health is a touchy subject. It makes sense that you wouldn’t want to get surgical “down there,” including when it comes to the vagina.
The labia majora are the outer lips of the vagina. Some women may notice that their labia are longer than they are comfortable with, and may even cause them physical discomfort when wearing bathing suits. A change in the labia may occur due to age or after childbirth.
The Vampire Wing Lift is a solution to this problem. Consisting of Platelet Rich Plasma and Juvéderm injections, the protocol aims to change not only how the labia looks, but how it feels for you.
The Vampire Wing Lift is an injectable procedure to change the appearance of the outside of the vagina. Made by Dr. Charles Runnels, the protocol affects the labia majora to give it a younger-looking appearance, while also raising its sensitivity.
The Vampire Wing Lift involves injection of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP). For some patients, a filler like Juvéderm may be included. PRP is prepared from a sample of your blood, which is centrifuged (spun) to separate the PRP from the rest of the blood components. Blood derived growth factors stimulate labia skin cell renewal, which plumps and smooths the atrophied labia wings.
Juvéderm has hyaluronic acid, which provides volume, smooths the labia, and heightens the effects of the PRP.
Dr. Williams offers two Wing Lift options:
The option you’ll be given will depend on your treatment goals, the appearance of your labia, financial considerations (solo PRP is cheaper), and how soon you want to see changes (you’ll see them sooner with Juvéderm).
You’ll be given a local anesthetic to prevent discomfort from the injections. The injections encourage new collagen and blood flow.
Vampire Wing Lift benefits include:
As a result of the Vampire Wing Lift, your labia may become:
It may take 3 to 6 months to see the full effects of the protocol. Vampire Wing Lift may last 12 to 18 months. Dr. Williams will talk with you about making an annual appointment.
As PRP is prepared from your blood, there is little to no risk of negative effects.
The injections may cause some soreness in the vaginal area. The procedure may cause effects like bruising, swelling, and itching.
Labiaplasty is another procedure that alters the labia tissues for aesthetic purposes. Unlike the Vampire Wing Lift, labiaplasty is a surgical procedure involving general anesthesia and tissue removal.
While labiaplasty can also be used to change the minora labia, the Vampire Wing Lift may present fewer risks and less downtime.
The Wellness & Aesthetics Medical Center
540 Oak Centre Dr, Suite 114
San Antonio, TX 78258
Phone: (210) 338-8228