The use of stem cells to improve skin quality and reduce the signs of aging is rapidly outpacing traditional fillers within Australia’s leading cosmetic surgery clinics. Known for producing a longer-lasting benefits and more natural look, fat stem cell therapy is reported as having fewer unwanted side-effects, and better overall results.
According to cosmetic surgeon Dr Mark Attalla, fat stem cell therapy is one of the most commonly requested procedures in his Melbourne-based clinic.
“Over the past twelve months we have witnessed a dramatic increase in requests for fat stem cell therapy. It’s been especially popular with women in the 55-60 age bracket, as well as with transgender people, andthose who have experienced facial volume loss due to aging, massive weight loss orsun-damage” he said.
“From a procedural point of view, fat stem cell transplants have a smoother application process, as stem cells are more responsive and easier to manipulate than traditional dermal fillers” he added.
Fat stem cell therapy can be used to treat a wide range of medical conditions. In addition to healing damaged tissue and reduce inflammation, it is also one of the most powerful ways of reducing the signs of aging.
One of the ways fat stem cell therapy is most commonly used is through a stem cell face-lift procedure. According to Dr Attalla and his team, this procedure typically involves harvesting stem cells from another area of the body, such as the lower back or abdomen. Once the cells are harvested, they are separated from the blood and other tissue, and then injected into the face with tiny needles.
Dr Attalla says that patients who undergo stem cell therapy for anti-aging purposesusually experience an improved appearance in the overall quality of their skin, including improved elasticity and tightness, reduced signs of sun damage, and a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles.
For more information contact
Dr Mark Attalla at Chelsea Cosmetics Melbourne | tel: +61388223472