Vampire Wing Lift™
The Vampire Wing Lift™ helps restore a natural, youthful appearance to the labia majora, and improves comfort issues caused by loose skin, through the use of PRP and a hyaluronic filler (like Juvederm).
We have chosen not to display the before and after photos of this procedure on our website. However, for those who are interested in having the Vampire Wing Lift™ done at the same time as the O-Shot® we are able to email photos of the incredible results that can be achieved.
Call our staff at (334) 454-4448 to schedule your appointment or fill out the appointment box at the bottom of this page and we will contact you.
Vampire Wing Lift
Vampire Wing Lift™–Using blood derived growth factors (vampire) and an hyaluronic filler (like Juvederm®) to rejuvenate the labia (wings) and “lift” them back to the natural shape of that individual woman’s younger self.
In our experience the O-Shot® offers such incredible hope that we believe all women should be aware of its potential to improve satisfaction and restore confidence.
Benefits following the O-Shot®:
- Increased natural lubrication
- Increased sexual desire & ability to have a vaginal orgasm
- Resolved urinary incontinence
- Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
- Younger, smoother skin of the vulva
- A tighter introitus
- Stronger & more frequent orgasms
- Decreased pain for those with dyspareunia
- Decreased mesh pain
We would like to discuss the ways we can help you with these concerns. Call our staff at (334) 819-8190 to schedule an appointment or fill out the appointment box at the bottom of this page and we will contact you.
Frequently Asked Questions about…
Is O-Shot procedure available to non-members?
Yes. The O-Shot® is available to non-members.
Has Dr. McWhorter been certified for this procedures?
Yes. Dr. McWhorter received certification after training with Dr. Charles Runels, inventor of the O-Shot®. Dr. McWhorter is also a member of the Cellular Medicine Association.
Why would a woman choose to have the O-Shot®?
For most women who experience low-arousal, inability to orgasm, or urinary incontinence the O-Shot® may help you regain these vital elements of the female sexual function.
Who can have the O-Shot®?
Any adult with concerns about function and appearance is a candidate for this PRP application.
How long does the procedure take in your office?
The entire process takes a little over one hour in our office.
Is the procedure painful?
We use an excellent numbing cream to significantly minimize pain. The majority of patients experience no pain at all. A few have reported a slight burning sensation for a short time. If you are more sensitive to pain, feel free to take Turmeric or Tylenol a couple of hours before the procedure. Arnica is popular as well, before and after the procedure.
How much does O-Shot procedure cost?
O-Shot®/Vampire Wing Lift™ Combo: $1,900.00
Please ask our staff about additional combination discounts when you make your appointment.
Ryan McWhorter, MD
Female Pelvic Health Specialist / Board Certified Integrative Medicine
After I had established myself as a family care physician I lost my father figure due to heart disease. He was too young for this to happen and, like everyone, I thought there has to be a better way to predict, and try to prevent, these conditions. It was a real turning point in my career, leading me to seek advanced cardiovascular training. One conference led to another, and I realized new and better therapies, that make a real difference, do exist.
I am amazed daily by the light-speed advancement of modern medicine, whether it involves relieving severe joint pain, reversing cardiac disease, new options for cancer support, eliminating urinary incontinence, or improving erectile dysfunction. Each day I hope to learn something new and exciting to assist my patients in restoring and maintaining the health they want to achieve. It is a true passion to bring help to those who need to enjoy life again.
All staff are very professional but at the same time very personable. You feel like your well being is their main concern.
When my husband and I decided it was time to start planning for a family, Dr. McWhorter had many helpful recommendations of how to prepare for conception and pregnancy.
Excellence. Dr. McWhorter and his staff is very attentive and top-notch when it comes to difficult-to-treat cases. Thank you for all you do.
Doc ask how it was feeling while I did my bike riding on the table.....Delicious, was my answer.
He is continually researching, learning, and developing his skill and knowledge for the benefit of his patients.
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We offer revolutionary non-surgical treatment options ideal for pre- and postmenopausal women suffering from:
- Vaginal dryness
- Painful intercourse
- Vaginal laxity (stretching of the vaginal canal and surrounding tissues due to childbirth)
- Stress urinary incontinence
- Mild pelvic organ prolapse
- Many Other Pelvic Disorders