Category Archives: Stem Cells


Fat Injections With Platelet Rich Plasma: Best Natural Rejuvenation

Aesthetic plastic surgeons are dedicated to helping patients look their best, by seeking to lessen or reverse changes that occur with age. Facial aging involves a number of processes, including loss of skin elasticity, decrease in soft tissue volume, and downward displacement of the skin and tissues. This combination results in the appearance of wrinkles,Read More



A Little Goes a Long Way: Minor Procedures With Major Effects

Cosmetic surgery involves different types of procedures that aim to improve the appearance of all parts of the body, for both men and women. These treatments include more extensive surgical procedures as well as non-invasive nonsurgical alternatives. Many patients are already aware of Botox and fillers as non-invasive treatment options, but in addition to those, thereRead More




Liposuction and Fat Injections: Complementary Procedures

Body contouring procedures restore more youthful curves, shapeliness, and overall appearance to the face and entire body. Liposuction removes extra fat and may be performed in conjunction with fat injections which correct areas of volume depletion. In areas of fatty tissue excess, liposuction may be carried out to permanently remove fat deposits that are resistant to diet andRead More


Making an Impact: Small Procedures Yield Big Results

When we think about plastic surgery procedures, we often jump right to major cosmetic surgical procedures that offer significant improvement in our appearance, such as the numerous “lift”, “tuck”, and “implants” procedures. For many plastic surgery patients, however, smaller procedures can also provide a big boost to their self esteem and general quality of life.Read More


Stem Cells, Fat and Plastic Surgery – Update

As recently reported in the June edition of the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal, stem cells derived from fat possess many qualities that may be potentially beneficial when used in soft tissue augmentation. However, clinical research studies are in progress and the safety and treatment recommendations have yet to be elucidated. To date, most studiesRead More


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