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Mar 26th, 2015

Adipose-Derived Mesenchimal Stem Cells to Organ-Specific Progenitor Cells

Adipose Mesenchimal Stem Cells Cosmetic Procedures

Stem cells cosmetic therapies can be used for many applications for your face and body. EmProCell carry out active clinical anti-ageing program using allogenic or autogenously adipose-derived mesenchimal stem cells. Stem cells can be applied virtually anywhere on the body to add volume, filling lines and wrinkles or dimpled areas left by poorly done liposuction. They can also be injected or applied topically to areas with inflammation or to promote faster healing and rejuvenation in the skin. Stem cells are often used in place of other techniques during breast augmentation, breast reconstruction, facial rejuvenation, hand therapy, and more.

Adipose Mesenchimal Stem Cells-Derived Progenitor Cells Treatments

Stem cells treatment holds tremendous potential for generating medical breakthroughs and treatments for diseases, disabilities and injuries. Unlike embryonic stem cells created in the laboratory from a human embryo, adipose stem cells are harvested through liposuction from the individual patient and can be transplanted back into the patient without fear of rejection or ethical issues. With the capability to efficiently harvest adult stem cells from a patient’s own fat tissue or donor adipose tissue, isolate them and then implant these cells through a stem cell transfer process, an ever increasing number of tissue and organs regeneration indications are possible.

Fat tissue isolated to obtain allogenic or autogenic adipose-derived mesenchimal stem cells that can be utilized in various stem cell treatments after in vitro preformed in organ-specific progenitor cells. In our state-of-the-art laboratory, the harvested fat tissue is separated to isolate the stem cells to be used for the treatment. Depending on the condition being treated, the physician can then inject the organ-specific progenitor cells back into the patient or apply the stem cells topically.