You are a physician that cares about each of your patients and the quality of care that you provide them. Everyone knows that a good doctor also looks out for their patients. In the modern day world of regenerative biology and medicine, American Cryostem is at the forefront of providing you with new ways to give your patients the most advanced, effective care.
By telling your patients about adipose tissue and stem cell storage using ATGRAFT, as well as what science can do with that tissue, the doors you open for them, both cosmetically and medically, are virtually endless.
Natural vs Synthetic Cosmetic Materials
It is quite amazing what adipose tissue and stem cell storage has done to world of cosmetic and plastic surgery today. Breast implants are being rivaled by autologous fat transfer breast augmentation through the injection of fat. The same replacement trends are occurring with buttocks augmentation procedures, facial implants, wrinkle fillers, and permanent lip augmentation.
Artificial substitutes for cosmetic enhancement and anti-aging are no longer the only options for patients. Today, there are natural technologies available; making silicone and other man-made materials less appealing while steadily replacing them with completely natural, personalized solutions such as autologous fat transfer.
Medical Possibilities of Adipose Tissue
In addition to cosmetic benefits, there are countless ways to utilize stored adipose tissue in the world of regenerative medicine. Regenerative medicine is the process by which physicians and doctors create tissues that function in such a way that they can repair or replace tissue or organ function that has been lost due to age, disease, damage, or existing defects.
It currently includes adipose derived stem cell based therapies, regeneration of tissue by biologically active molecules, and the transplantation of in-vitro grown organs and tissues. According to scientists, stem cell therapies have the potential to address essential unmet needs in the treatment of some of the deadliest diseases. These include diabetes, some cancers, and inflammatory bowel diseases.
“Today, biomedical science sits on the cusp of a revolution: the use of human and microbial cells as therapeutic entities,” said Wendell Lim, PhD, a UCSF professor and director of the UCSF Center for Systems and Synthetic Biology.
According to a study conducted by the University of California San Francisco, treating patients with human and microbial cells is anticipated to be as common as treating the sick with drugs from engineered proteins, antibodies, etc. They even referred to cell-based therapy as the “third pillar of medicine”.
How Does Stem Cell Storage Work?
In about 35 minutes, your patient can have their fat harvested and delivered to our facility to store for future cosmetic or medical use:
For more information about ATGRAFT fat storage services, call us today and step into the forefront of the next revolution in medicine. The time is now to expand your horizons from the conventional to the revolutionary; from the old to the new… for both you and your patients. The possibilities are endless.