VIENNA, June 28, 2011 / PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ –
Experts Meet at ICAS Conference in Istanbul
Esthetic therapies with stem cells from autologous fat are revolutionizing cosmetic surgery: Ever more women prefer breast augmentations with autologous stem cells over silicone implants. The world’s leading experts recently met at the ICAS (International Cell Assisted Surgery) Conference in Istanbul to discuss the therapeutic potential of stem cells from fat tissue.
“Stem cell-enriched autologous fat is a safe and sustainable bioimplant ideally suited for local anesthesia natural, scarless breast augmentation and body shaping,” says Viennese esthetic and regenerative stem cell therapy expert DDr. Karl-Georg Heinrich, Europe’s first doctor offering this therapy. At Clinic DDr. Heinrich(R) he helps women from all around the world gain larger breasts, harmonious body contours, and a more youthful face with stem cell-enriched autologous fat.
Along with presentations by researchers on the latest findings on adipose-derived stem cells (ADSC) and their esthetic applications, the conference provided experts with ample opportunities for professional
interaction. Thus DDr. Heinrich discussed his experiences with adipose-derived stem cells and potential future applications with Japan’s Prof. Dr. Yoshimura, Prof. Dr. Illouz, and Dr. Berman.
Doctors all agreed that stem cell enrichment substantially improves long-term sustainability of tissue implanted in autologous fat transfers. Also discussed was the greater safety of esthetic therapies with autologous stem cells over procedures under general anesthesia thanks to gentle local anesthesia.
In addition to stem cell-assisted breast augmentation, stem cells obtained from autologous fat deposits form the foundation for other future-oriented esthetic treatments. For instance, DDr. Heinrich also uses
stem cell-enriched autologous fat for sustainable body shaping (e.g., buttocks augmentation), correcting tissue defects, skin rejuvenation over the whole body, and stem-cell facelifts.
Clinic DDr. Heinrich(R)
Contact: Herfried Wagner
SOURCE: Clinic DDr. Heinrich