Vampire FaceLift or Platelet-Rich Plasma Face-Lift at Dr. Park Avenue (Up to 54% Off)
Humans are obsessed with their own faces, which is why four different presidents carved themselves into a mountain. Flaunt your façade with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $ 899 for a Vampire FaceLift (a $ 1,965 value)
- $ 449 for a platelet-rich plasma face-lift (a $ 950 value)
During the Vampire FaceLift, faces are injected with a combination of hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Restylane and Juvéderm, and the patient’s own platelet-rich plasma to foster collagen growth. Platelet-rich plasma face-lifts employ a similar procedure, injecting patients’ faces with a small amount of their own plasma to encourage youthful skin and alleviate wrinkles. Both treatments may cause swelling and bruising, and require little to no downtime. Results typically appear 3 to 4 weeks after treatments, and may last as long as a year.
Dr. Park Avenue
Before founding Dr. Park Avenue, Dr. Paul Fondacaro dedicated years of study and practice to understanding surgery and medicine. He earned his MD at NYU, served as chief resident at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, and eventually became the attending surgeon at Long Island College Hospital. After taking an interest in the booming aesthetic field, he opened the first location of Dr. Park Avenue, an office that specializes in minimally invasive aesthetic procedures and noninvasive laser services. Business grew rapidly, leading him to hire a staff of certified technicians and eventually expand to a second location.
His diverse treatment menu aims to help clients look and feel stunning. Body-contouring and weight-loss services encourage healthy and svelte figures, and chemical peels, injections, and facials battle signs of aging. The office keeps both a YAG laser and IPL technology on hand to zap unwanted body hair, erase spider veins, or highlight important details in PowerPoint lectures. Despite the company’s speedy growth and array of services, the doctor maintains a high level of contact with patients, even consulting with them before laser hair-removal procedures.
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