Stem Cell Treatment for Cosmetic Rejuvenation

Stem Cell Treatments for Cosmetic Rejuvenation: Wrinkles, Laser Damage, or Aging are Currently Available at SIRM

Stem Cells for Cosmetic RejuvenationAs a Pioneer in Stem Cell Based Cosmetic Procedures, SIRMI continues our Tradition by providing Total Body Rejuvenation Packages with your Stem Cell Therapies.

Stem Cell Total Body Rejuvenation Package:

  • Anti-Aging Stem Cell Package includes IV stem Cells for total body rejuvenation
  • PRP Stem Cell Injections
  • Botulinum toxin fine-wrinkle injections
  • Custom-Compounded Autologous Facial Creams for the Patient (must be a patient)

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Stem Cell Treatment for Cosmetic Rejuvenation

Related Articles Co-Transplantation of Nanofat Enhances Neovascularization and Fat Graft Survival in Nude Mice. Aesthet Surg J. 2018 May 15;38(6):667-675 Authors: Yu Q, Cai Y, Huang H, Wang Z, Xu P, Wang X, Zhang L, Zhang W, Li W Abstract Background: Autologous fat grafting is commonly used for soft-tissue augmentation and reconstruction. However, this technique is limited by a high rate of graft absorption. Thus, approaches to improve fat graft survival that promote neovascularization are of great interest. Nanofat has several beneficial features that may render it more suitable for clinical applications than other stem-cell based approaches. Objectives: We aimed to determine whether nanofat could enhance new vessel formation and improve the long-term retention of fat grafts. Methods: Nanofat was processed via mechanical emulsification and filtration. Fat grafts were transplanted subcutaneously under the scalps of nude mice with different nanofat volumes or without nanofat. The grafted fat was dissected 12 weeks after transplantation. Graft weight and volume were measured, and histological evaluations, including capillary density measurement, were performed. Results: The co-transplantation of fat with nanofat showed higher graft weight and volume retention, better histological structure, and higher capillary density compared to that in controls. However, there were no significant differences between the two nanofat volumes utilized. Conclusions: Nanofat can enhance neovascularization and improve fat graft survival, providing a potential clinically viable approach to fat graft supplementation in plastic and reconstructive surgery. PMID: 29161346 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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Related Articles The Risk of Skin Necrosis Following Hyaluronic Acid Filler Injection in Patients With a History of Cosmetic Rhinoplasty. Aesthet Surg J. 2018 Jul 13;38(8):883-888 Authors: Robati RM, Moeineddin F, Almasi-Nasrabadi M Abstract Background: As the number of patients using dermal filler for face augmentation increases, the number of adverse events associated with injection may increase. Unpredictable repositioning of blood vessels and a more tenuous blood supply in the operated nose may increase the risk of ischemia, necrosis, and vascular embolism following the filler injection. Objectives: To highlight the importance of the patient's history of previous cosmetic procedures including rhinoplasty in the emergence of vascular complications. Methods: Our medical records over a two-year period were reviewed retrospectively to identify all patients who were treated at our center for vascular complications associated with facial hyaluronic acid filler injections. In each case, the subject's demographic data (gender and age), habitual status, past medical and surgical history, the symptoms and clinical presentation at the first visit, the time interval between the injection and the onset of symptoms, injected filler material and brand, injection sites, the introduced treatment, and photographs were reviewed carefully. Results: A total of seven patients were identified, each developing skin necrosis following injection of the hyaluronic acid filler. All patients reported a cosmetic rhinoplasty more than three years ago. Conclusions: Our finding confirms the conjecture previously made in the literature and suggests that the distinctive vascularity of the nose and the surrounding area may cause filler augmentation induced vascular complications in patients whose vascular circulation has already been compromised by a previous nose surgery. Level of Evidence 5: PMID: 29506052 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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Evaluation of autologous adipose-derived stem cells vs. fractional carbon dioxide laser in the treatment of post acne scars: a split-face study. Int J Dermatol. 2019 Jul 11;: Authors: Abou Eitta RS, Ismail AA, Abdelmaksoud RA, Ghezlan NA, Mehanna RA Abstract BACKGROUND: Scarring is a distressing outcome of acne, as it causes cosmetic and psychological problems to the patients. Unfortunately no single treatment is satisfactory; instead, employing multiple modalities may have better outcome. Autologous adipose tissue-derived adult stem cells (AT-ASCs) and their secretory factors can stimulate collagen synthesis; angiogenesis and migration of fibroblasts thus regenerate damaged tissues. Also, conventional treatments for acne scarring, such as lasers and topical regimens, induce new collagen synthesis via activation of dermal fibroblasts or growth factors. The aim of the study was to verify the effectiveness of AT-ASCs for the treatment of acne scarring vs. the fractional carbon dioxide laser (FxCR). SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Split face comparative study included 10 adult patients with post-acne scars on both sides of the face. One side received AT-ASCs single injection while the other received three sessions of FxCR. Scars were then assessed using the global scoring system Goodman and Baron, scar area percent using NIH ImageJ software and functional assessment by measuring the transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and skin hydration. Both sides were followed for three months. RESULTS: A significant improvement in the degree of scar severity, scar area percent, skin hydration, and TEWL after 3 months of treatment on both sides of the face with insignificant differences between both treatment modalities, provided that AT-ASCs treatment was employed once vs. three sessions of FxCR. CONCLUSION: One injection of AT-ASCs is as effective as three sessions of FxCR in the treatment of atrophic acne scars. PMID: 31297798 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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