One of the newest non-surgical facial rejuvenation procedures is Stem Cell Facial Rejuvenation. These anti-aging stem cell treatments not only improve contour and shape but also improve skin quality, and can help remove discoloration from exposure to the sun.
Adult stem cells have the unique ability to become a specialized cell almost anywhere in the body, replacing damaged cells through the natural process of regeneration. Stem cell therapy utilizes mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) for their anti-aging properties. MSCs are primarily found in the bone marrow, but can also be harvested from fat tissue.
Your own adult stem cells are combined with substances that help transform them into the cell type needing regeneration—the right elements to restore a youthful appearance can then be applied to the areas needing treatment. Full results may be seen in as little as 3-4 weeks.
Good candidates for this procedure:
The benefits of stem cell facial rejuvenation injections go beyond rejuvenating skin tone. Using fat grafting and microinjections, this anti-aging cell regeneration process can:
Because this procedure is minimally invasive, non-surgical facial rejuvenation carries very few risks. Some factors to be aware of when planning your procedure include:
The effects of time, wind, sun, and stress can change your appearance. Rather than creating a drastic change, non-surgical facial rejuvenation seeks to restore your own younger facial appearance by taking advantage of your body’s own healing resources.
At the Aesthetic Surgery Institute of Houston, we offer this safe and effective procedure, performed by a double board-certified surgeon. If you are concerned about the cost of stem cell anti-aging treatments, we have affordable financing options available! Schedule a consultation today and begin to reverse the effects of aging with this innovative treatment option.
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