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  1. Stem Cell

  2. Stem cells have the power to restore beauty, heal damaged tissues, and the potential to treat and cure some diseases.

  3. Classification of Stem Cell Embryonic Stem Cell Embryonic stem cell are derived from a four or five day old human embryo that is in the blastocyst phase of development. Adult Stem Cell Adult or somatic stem cells exist throughout the body after embryonic development and are found inside of different types of tissue.

  4. Embryonic Stem Cell Embryonic stem cell are derived from a four or five day old human embryo that is in the blastocyst phase of development.

  5. The potential uses of Embryonic Stem Cell to cure and treat diseases

  6. Adult Stem Cell Adult or somatic stem cells exist throughout the body after embryonic development and are found inside of different types of tissue

  7. Adipose Stem Cell Adipose stem cell can also be extracted from your own fat tissue.

  8. Fat is a significant source of pluripotent stem cells. which can be induced to grow into nearly any body tissue, so systems are being developed to process fat removed inliposuctionprocedures and harvest the stem cells there.

  9. Adipose Stem Cell and facial rejuvenation

  10. Stem cell Fat transfer

  11. What is Stem cell Fat Transfer?

  12. Aging face, - underlying collagen and elastic begin to break down and wrinkles emerge.

  13. - tend to lose some subcutaneous fat, resulting in haggard,hollow, or even skeletal look.

  14. To restore lost facial volume and contour, aesthetic surgeons have been searching for the ideal filler to rejuvenate it and to correct wrinkles, scars, depressions, and creases. To date, no filler has been deemed perfect; all soft-tissue fillers currently on the market have disadvantages.

  15. What is Fat Transfer?

  16. Fat grafting is the process of taking small amounts of fat from one part of the body and re-implanting it elsewhere, where it is needed.

  17. It can be implanted to • - lips • - naso labial folds • - under eye areas, • cheeks • - and other parts of your face and body.

  18. The fat is harvested from some other spot on your body, such as you abdomen, and can be a by-product, if you will.

  19. The site being treated must have good blood circulation and enough capillaries and larger blood vessels so that the injected fat cells are nourished and can form their own blood supply. This is a key factor in getting the best and longest lasting results

  20. Fat grafts have become an important necessary and reliable procedure in plastic surgeons, routine practice over 100 years history of fat grafting.

  21. The efficacy of fat graft today as true soft tissue augmentation. My opinion is fat graft now no longer a temporary patient satisfier if performed correctly.

  22. Using your own natural fat and stem cells, you can experience a lift and rejuvenation comparable to surgery with very little downtime.

  23. Fat is taken from the patient’s stomach, hips, thighs or other areas. Some tissue is used to extract the patient’s stem and regenerative cells, which occur naturally inside the tissue.

  24. The extracted cells are then combined with some of the patient’s own fat tissue, which forms a cell enriched fat graft that is injected into the desired area.

  25. Driving stem cells from fat tissues has advantages. It can be taken from anywhere in the body and used anywhere. The procedure is painless, unlike bone marrow stem cell derivation, and is cheaper.

  26. Why are stem cells important?

  27. Some of the most exciting scientific research in recent years has been focused on stem cells because of their unique regenerative abilities and potential to generate, restore and maintain healthy tissue.

  28. The discovery of a rich, natural supply of stem cells within adult body fat has unlocked new potential for stem cell harvesting.

  29. In fact, harvesting stem cells from fat is vastly more effective than harvesting stem cells from other areas, such as bone marrow.

  30. How do stem cells help improve the results of natural fat transfer?

  31. The Natural Fat Transfer Stem Cell Harvesting process helps ensure the survival of natural, healthy fat.

  32. The stem cells within the fat will encourage the growth of new blood vessels to nourish the transplanted fat and may also stimulate the production of new fat cells.

  33. BENEFITS OF NATURAL STEM CELLS - Stem cells have unique beneficial properties. - Natural fat is rich in stem cells. - Gentle harvesting keeps stem cells intact. - Stem cells increase fat survival rates. - Natural looking & feeling results. - No downtime

  34. Fat transfers, in and by themselves are fabulous and get amazing, long lasting results…but adding stem cells to the process may increase the benefits even more.

  35. Stem cell fat graft Before After 26 days

  36. Stem cell fat graft Before After 26 days

  37. Stem cell fat graft Before After 26 days

  38. Stem cell fat graft Before After 26 days 3 months

  39. Stem cell fat graft Before After 26 days 3 months

  40. Stem cell fat graft Before After 26 days 3 months

  41. Stem cell fat graft Before After 5 days

  42. Stem cell fat graft Before After 5 days

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  44. Stem cell fat graft Before After 5 days

  45. Stem cell fat graft After 10 days

  46. 20 Years Stem cell fat graft After 20 years

  47. 20 Years Stem cell fat graft After 20 years