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Stem Cell Facelift – The Next Anti Aging Breakthrough?

Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on October 24, 2008

Stem Cell Facelift to Get Rid of WrinklesInjectable fillers, microdermabrasion and laser facial rejuvenation procedures are some of the most popular anti aging solutions on the market, but an innovative facelift procedure made with stem cells is on the horizon.

The official ‘Stem Cell Facelift’ is currently undergoing comprehensive testing by researchers and plastic surgeons around the country, and will be presented at the International Academy of Aesthetic Medicine in Miami, FL on November 2.

The treatment is one of the latest non-invasive facial procedures designed to tighten and tone the skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve the contours of the face.

This no-needle facelift works by injecting the patient’s own stem cells into key facial compartments so that the skin can begin to restore and repair itself naturally.

Most adults store an excess number of stem cells in the lower abdominal area, an area that is often considered to be a ‘problem area’ for men and women who want a smooth and sculpted midsection.  While this procedure won’t eliminate a large amount of fatty tissue from the abdominal region, it does involve extracting a high number of stem cells from the fat, and transplanting these cells into the face.

Dr. Vincent Giampapa, a Certified Anti-Aging Medical Physician and Board Certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon is leading the demonstrations in Miami, and will use only local anesthesia to numb the facial tissues and extract the fat needed for the transplant.

Plasmetic.com reports that this procedure will cost approximately $5,000, and the result may be the ‘long term improvement that enhances skin quality and youthful contours of the face’, and that ‘the skin and fatty layers are induced to produce more of their own cells’ as a result of the treatment.  Downtime is just under one week, and patients can resume their makeup and skincare routine shortly after the healing period is over.

(Photo courtesy of manitou2121 via Flick’r)

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6 Responses to “Stem Cell Facelift – The Next Anti Aging Breakthrough?”

  1. Stem-Cell Facelift is a new technique which is done using adult stem cells from the body’s own fat tissue. This technique has been found to restore the plumpness, smoothness and skin tightness of a more youthful face. Know more about the latest innovative facelift procedure made with stem cells from the following website click here to read about Stem-Cell Facelift

  2. sounds very interesting.id like to see pictures or the results

  3. Sol Malo said

    It’s about time. My brother used his own stem cells for his heart, he is now 100%. He had to go out of the country. He now does seminars because stem cells saved his life. Lets support research and get on the banned wagon. Read and educate, stem cell is a miracle. You don’t have to kill embryo’s for stem cell you can use your own. Please support stem cell.

  4. Lois Balon said

    I would do stem cell facelift in a heart beat. I know somene who used is own stem cell. He is a living miracle. That is enough for me. I welcome and support stem cell research. It can save yor life and also make you youthful again.

  5. zizzy m. said

    Has this procedure been validated as a successful treatment yet?

  6. true stemcell enhanced face-lifts or stem-cell enhanced fat migrogratings are performed on a regular basis at the Clinique of plastic surgery in Clearwater Florida since november 09,results are so far exciting in terms of skin rejuvenation ,fat graft survival and overall natural andfresher appearance look at refresherlift.com before and after results are available by request
    C Drehsen MD

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