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Cosmetic Procedures

Saving Your Tissue Can Help You Maintain a Youthful Appearance for Years to Come

Cosmetic Procedures

Storing your tissue makes it easy and convenient for you to use anytime in the future. And using your own tissue and cells for correction of deep facial lines and wrinkles can provide dramatic and lasting results, with minimal risk of adverse reactions. Using your own natural cells in cosmetics can help maintain a youthful appearance by restoring volume and improving skin tone in many areas.

Rather than using a synthetic chemical filler to soften facial lines and wrinkles, you can fill the lines with your own healthy tissue and cells. The chemical is inactive. In contrast, using your own tissue and cells replaces the lined areas with living tissue that regenerates new cells and blood vessels, restoring a youthful tone to your skin while softening the facial lines and wrinkles. It is important to remember that different patients respond best to different approaches and some doctors use both chemical and natural fillers together.

When your doctor requests some of your tissue for use, AdiCyte performs a process called "cell enrichment", which removes unnecessary fluids and concentrates the density of active cells to help ensure the best result. Researchers believe that the adipose cells release different types of natural substances that send signals to increase blood flow and give rise to healthy skin cells.

"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."