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Stem cell Treatments

What can I use my stem cells for?

Stem cells, specifically those taken from adult fat called Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC), offer you a multitude of potential and emerging applications in regenerative medicine; and for many intractable afflictions.

As MSC are found in abundance in your own fat it is now possible for a Physician to harvest a small sample of your own fat (5ml to 10ml) in a short outpatient procedure; and for reDermis® to isolate the MSC from your fat to cryopreserve these stem cells almost indefinitely for your personal use.

It may sound ‘to good to be true’ that one type of stem cell can do so much, but it’s a fact of medical science that MSC have many applications in regenerative medicine, and their safety and efficacy have been confirmed by a large number of pre-clinical and clinical studies. ‘Mother Nature’ gave our own stem cells a therapeutic power that is far greater than science can hope to replicate; we should take advantage of the potential that belongs to ourselves.

Infographic showing potential applications of MSC if you decide to bank your own versatile stem cells from your own fat with reDermis®:

What is Aesthetic Skin Repair?

Until recently aesthetics was concerned with masking the visible effects to skin of internal (e.g. aging) and external (e.g. UV light) damage with the likes of face-lifts and biotoxins.

Differently, aesthetic skin repair is concerned with preventing and repairing damage by employing the natural mechanisms that your body already has at its disposal, for a longer term solution to your aesthetic needs.

Why might I need to store my own stem cells for aesthetic skin repair?

Medical science has demonstrated that adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells (AdMSC) secretory factors can reverse human skin aging (light wrinkles, UV light damage, collagen loss, rough skin) by repairing the local stem cell niches that maintain the skin itself.

Combined with derma needling or a (non-ablative) pinhole laser therapy, deep wrinkles can also be modified with cell-

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Disclaimer:
The information and advice published or made available through the website is not intended to replace the services of a physician or health care professional acting under a physician’s supervision, nor does it constitute a doctor-patient relationship. Each individual’s treatment and/or results may vary based upon the circumstances, the patient’s specific situation, as well as the health care provider’s medical judgement and only after further discussion of the patient’s specific situation, goals, risks and benefits and other relevant medical discussion. Testimonials made by any person(s) on this site are not intended to substitute for this discussion or evaluation or as a guarantee as to outcomes. Examples of treatment outcomes in this website are not intended to convey any warranty, either express or implied, as to outcomes, promises or benefits from treatment. Whether to accept any treatment by a patient should be assessed by the patient as to the risks and benefits of such procedures and only after consultation with a health care professional.

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