VIENNA, Austria, April 6, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Whereas US and European medical centers are still beginners in breast augmentation with stem cell-enriched autologous fat, Viennese New Cosmetic Surgery and anti-aging expert DDr. Karl-Georg Heinrich is well-versed in this revolutionary method. In his Clinic DDr. Heinrich, he has been successfully offering breast augmentations with autologous stem cells to a broad public since early 2007.
Experiences in recent years have shown that stem cell-enriched autologous fat enables gentle and long-lasting breast augmentation, in most cases without scalpels and silicone, says DDr. Heinrich, who with his team is researching ways of refining breast augmentation with autologous stem cells. His work builds on Japanese studies that also confirm the long-lasting result and the safety of the procedure.
In silicone-free breast augmentation, fat is first gently liposuctioned from the patient with patented microcannulas. The fat is enriched with stem cells isolated by a combination of ultra-modern techniques such as Celution(R). The stem-cell enriched autologous fat is then injected in the breast. Living fat cells develop from the implanted stem cells and incorporate themselves in the breast tissue. The naturalness of the results is convincing. The augmented breasts look real in every position and in motion. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia. Afterwards the patient is fully mobile and sent home.
Stem cells from autologous fat have considerable therapeutic potential. Along with breast augmentation, DDr. Heinrich uses them for shaping other body regions such as the buttocks, for skin rejuvenation, for scalpel-less facelifts, and for correcting depressions left after unsuccessful liposuctions performed elsewhere. Treating and regenerating internal organs is an application for the near future.
Further information: http://www.breastaugmentation-without-silicone.com.
SOURCE: Clinic DDr. Heinrich
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