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Stem Cell Breast Augmentation – Autologous Fat Transfer

This innovative new treatment uses fat that is harvested from different areas of the body. The procedure is minimally invasive and leaves no scarring. Because it is your tissue, there is no risk of allergic reactions or rejection. 

Most Frequently Asked Questions

What is autologous fat transfer?

Stem cell breast augmentation, which is a procedure that uses regenerative medicine, involves the collection of stem cells (from your own fat tissue) and their re-injection into the breast. The stem cells ensure the viability and infrastructure of the fat that has already been injected.

The fat tissue is then incorporated naturally into the surrounding breast tissue, creating firmer, larger breasts. You can gain up to 1-2 cups depending on the amount of fat that is harvested. The patient's own cells are safe and can be used without any concerns about foreign body reactions, such as allergies or tissue rejection. You can get more information about autologous fat transfer through 

What are Stem Cells?

Stem cells can be differentiated into other types of cells if they are placed in the right environment. They release growth factors that stimulate blood vessel production, which keeps the surrounding tissue viable.

Which other conditions can it be used for?

Recent interest in stem cells has been high in a variety of medical specialties, including heart attacks, strokes and heart failure, degenerative bone disease (degenerative bone disease), diabetes, liver cirrhosis, skin grafts, and scar revision.