The New York Times (March 2, 2011): "Dr. Charles Runels, a cosmetic doctor...trademarked it [Vampire Facelift]...this was to standardize the offering so patients know what to expect." Membership and training at the ACCMA gives physicians exclusive rights to this trademark.
21 Jun 2013 9:00 AM • 3300 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA
12 Jul 2013 9:00 AM (CDT) • 52 South Section St., Suite A, Fairhope, AL 36532
Before and after a Vampire Facelift (TM). The "after" shot is IMMEDIATELY after the procedure--which takes about 30 minutes and involves no scalpel.
Results can vary but (for the best chance at similar results) if you wish to have the Vampire Facelift (TM)--seek a provider listed in the "Public Member Directory" section of this site to be sure you are seeing a physician who knows exactly how this trademarked procedure was done.
Physicians can view detailed video instructions of this procedure and other procedures immediately upon access to the members-only section of this web site.
Physicians advertising the Vampire Facelift (TM) who are not listed on this site should seek membership and access to the videos or cease advertising the Vampire Facelift (TM) immediately.
It's really very simple. Are you going for "Botox," or "Juvederm," or Retin A, or "blood-derived growth factors" or are you going for the skill and knowledge of how best to use these materials?
This video reviews some of the research supporting the use of PRP...
The ACCMA aims to find the best materials and the best procedures in Cellular Medicine to create a more healthy and beautiful body--and then to educate physicians and patients about those observations.
This book explains the procedure to patients and then refers them to certified providers (by referring them to VampireFacelift.com). It's usually in the top 10 books for plastic surgery, listed on amazon.com.
VampireFacelift.com gets more traffic than Botox.com