Top 10 Facts about Stem Cell Facelifts

By Tuesday February 18th, 2014Cosmetic Procedures, Stem Cell Therapy

A Stem Cell Facelift is a cosmetic procedure that is less invasive than traditional facelifts. You will benefit from younger looking skin and a more overall youthful appearance. Stem cells help restore the underlying layers beneath your skin without the traditional facelift procedure of cutting the skin and pulling it back. This procedure involves using your own stem cells pulled from your own fat. The outcomes generally provide you with a more natural appearance than traditional methods. Because of this, a stem cell facelift might be more desirable for some people.

Many people wonder if this is the right cosmetic procedure for them. Here are some facts about stem cell facelifts that may help you make the right decision.

1. Your skin doesn’t wrinkle. It stays the same.

2. Aging results in the loss of your underlying supporting facial structure such as bone and fat.

3. The loss of support allows the skin to wrinkle.

4. Facial Fat transfers have been performed for years, the results have not been uniformly successful.

5. Fat transfers, like any graft depend on their blood supply for success.

6. Without a new blood supply, the fat graft will die.

7. The addition of stem cells recruits new blood vessels and results in a high success rate.

8. The stem cell facelift not only restores your youthful structure and support, but it also results in improvement to the quality of your skin.

9. Unlike other procedures, the stem cell facelift requires no disfiguring cutting.

10. The stem cell facelift is an outpatient procedures performed under local anesthesia in approximately 4 hours.

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Actual results may vary. The statements are not intended to imply that the results would be the same or similar for each patient. Each patient is unique and no particular result or outcome can be predicted or guaranteed. The statements in this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Some of these procedures may be considered experimental. These procedures are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The use of stem cells is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration to combat aging or to prevent, treat, cure or mitigate any disease or medical condition mentioned, cited or described in this advertisement. The science of treatment with adult stem cells is in its early stages and stem cell treatments are not considered to be the standard of care for any medical condition, ailment, illness or disease. There could be significant and unknown risks associated with adult stem cell treatments, as long-term studies have not been performed.