20 years ago after Dr. Newman had his “ah-ha!” moment and realized the beneficial value of stem cells, he used them to correct a scar caused by cancer on a patient and saw regrowth of the tissue that had been lost during cancer treatments. From then he realized the stem cells could help many others who may have scarring, loss of tissue and more!
Perhaps the most difficult part of surviving cancer or an accident is living with the deformity which may be caused by surgery and radiation on the face, body and skin. For many, this constant reminder is a major obstacle when returning to society and being accepted by it. The Stem Cell Lift® brings a new hope for the dawn of the future of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Surgical defects that leave large dents and obvious lop-sidedness on the face and body may be corrected using stem cell enhanced fat injections from your own body fat. The stem cells in your fat will help correct the defect by filling the area and softening the scar tissues. The stem cells help to bring better blood supply to the area, repair damaged tissue, remodel the scar tissue and add volume to the indented areas.
Why Fat is the Best Filler
Stem cells in the fat can become part of the tissue that they are found next to. They can become fat, muscle, bone, cartilage and more. Therefore, the stem cell enhanced fat will feel, look, act, and move as the injected tissues. It will not only appear and feel natural to touch, but also visually undetectable.
Advantages of Stem Cell Reconstruction VS. Surgical Methods
- Done under local anesthesia
- No cutting or stitches
- Your own natural fat and stem cells
- Minimal risk of complications
- Minimal recovery time
- Natural looking results
- Helps to correct defect by filling and restoring symmetry
- Helps to improve appearance of skin
- Regenerates and heals tissues
- Improves blood flow to the area
- Softens scars
- Long lasting results
- No foreign materials
- A fraction of the cost of older methods
To see our Reconstructive before and after gallery click here.