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Augmentation Procedures with Your Own Adipose Tissue and Stem Cells

You may use your own adipose tissue in a variety of augmentation procedures.

Augmentation Procedures

If you are having lipoplasty, you can schedule an augmentation procedure same day, and/or choose to store your tissue and schedule the augmentation procedure for a later date after you have healed from the surgery. For patients doing same day transfer and augmentation procedures, it is recommended to store any unused tissue to have a resource for 'fine tuning' the results after a few months. The tissue can be stored and used to smooth and perfect the results of liposuction, abdominoplasty [tummy tuck], breast reduction, breast augmentation, or other procedures.

Breast Augmentation

You can use your own adipose tissue for breast augmentation, with or without an implant. Use of your own adipose tissue alone, or as an adjunct to an implant, can increase the natural look and feel after augmentation.

Lip Augmentation - Fuller, Plumper Lips

Lips can be augmented with your own tissue to look fuller and have a plump, shapely quality. And use of your own tissue can result in a more natural feel compared to other fillers.

Buttocks Augmentation - Lift and Contour

Commonly referred to as the "Brazilian Butt Lift" or "Miami Thong Lift," both augmentation procedures shape the rear by using your own body fat which results in a full and natural appearance.

Correction of Breast Asymmetry

Women who have natural asymmetry of their breasts (one is visibly larger than the other) can correct the imbalance by using their own tissue to balance the appearance. Asymmetry can happen naturally and can also result from breast surgery.

"Any use of stem cells will be determined by the treating physician who will consider if they are applicable for the condition. There is no guarantee that treatments being studied in the laboratory, clinical trials, or other experimental treatments (including regenerative medicine applications) will be available in the future."