The main purpose of reconstructive surgery is to give back functionality and shape to damaged tissue, whether said damage originates from traumatic, congenital or pathological causes.
Regenerative stem cell therapy consists of using the patient's own stem cells to regenerate damaged tissues.
Stem cells are cells that, thanks to their ability to replicate and differentiate, are able to give rise to new tissue (bone, cartridge, muscle, skin, etc.).
The process of collecting stem cells consists of carrying out a simple liposuction procedure of adipose tissue (fat) from the patient.
This fat is processed and the stem cells are extracted; ready for their use in the affected area.
Their therapeutic applications are quite varied. Specifically, in reconstructive surgery, their applications focus on:
- Correction of scars
- Correction of body and facial defects
- Breast reconstruction and augmentation
- Facial reconstruction
- Parry-Romberg Syndrome
- Facial paralysis
- Nerve regeneration
- Burn reconstruction