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stem cell fibroblast


Stem cell (fibroblast) 


Stem cell is one of the most current topics in aesthetic medicine. The popularity of the method has increased in the last 5 years due to the positive effects it provides on rejuvenation.

Stem cells can be obtained from many organs. Sometimes it is obtained from deep adipose tissue, sometimes from connective tissue, sometimes from subcutaneous adipose tissue. The stem cell, that is, the fibroblast obtained by the stem cell method, imitates the cells of that organ and multiplies in whichever organ it goes.


What kind of method is stem cell therapy?


The beginning of stem cell therapy is to examine the patient, to see if there is any disease or pathology, and then to understand their expectations thoroughly. If there is no problem in the patient, a piece of skin is taken from a small area of skin from the patient. This region is suitable for stem cell , it can be behind the ear, under the chest, lower abdomen or inner leg. Since the least damaged area is behind the ear, a tissue sample between 05 and 1 millimeter and approximately 100 cc, that is, 10 tubes of blood are taken from that area. The tissue and blood sample taken is sent to specialized stem cell laboratories. If there are those detected in the laboratory environment (eg  bacteria, cancer cells  the patient is warned about this. However, if there is no problem, an average of 4 to 6 weeks, fibroblasts are produced under laboratory conditions. At the beginning. The number of fibroblasts, which is hundreds of thousands, reaches hundreds of millions during a month  and from this plasma, which contains an average of 8 -10000000 fibroblasts (stem cells) in a milliliter, approximately 5 CC (ie approximately 40 to 50 million fibroblasts) is delivered to the patient. It is sent back to the relevant center where it is treated, to be injected.


What kind of process begins after the young fibroblast, that is, the stem cell, is injected into the area?


After the fibroblast is injected into the desired skin area, the old cells in that area begin to imitate the young stem cells, that is, the aged old cells, the DNA of which begins to mimic the DNA of the young stem cells  and abundant collagen and elastin synthesis in the area_cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ is starting to occur. Illusoryronoic acid, collagen and elastin both fill the spaces between cells and give the skin elasticity and tension. Therefore, the skin is rejuvenated, although it receives a slight volume.


For what purposes are stem cells used?


Skin rejuvenation, treatment of skin injuries, burns, acne and acne scars, percent  volume loss, hair loss, chicken pox, spot treatment.


At what age range is stem cell therapy applied?

Stem cells can be applied for the treatment of needed conditions without any age range and gender discrimination . For example, it can be applied to a 5-6 year old child who has had a burn, acne scar treatment for 17-30 year old adolescents, and skin rejuvenation for women and men between 30-80 years old.


How many sessions of stem cells are applied?


It is applied in an average of 3 sessions once a month, the effect continues for a long time in the following times.

Is there a feeling of pain in stem cell therapy?


Anesthetic cream is applied to the area 20 minutes before the start and the stem cell method is performed with a fine-tipped needle. People who have had applications of cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ such as botox and filler before  already have experience with this method. The method takes 15-20 minutes on average and _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_doesn't affect your work and social life in any way. While at a young age,  our skin can secrete copious amounts of collagen, elastin , after the age of 30, this synthesis begins to decrease by /10 every 10 years.


In which age group is the best result obtained in stem cells?


While the number of young cells under the age of 50 can be very successful when the number of cells is high, stem cell and PRP treatment combinations will give much more successful results in the older age group, that is, in the 60-80 age group.


In what other areas are stem cells used?


Heart surgeries,  Orthopedics and rheumatoid arthritis, stem cells are some of the areas used.

Brief information
Anesthesia: Local cream can be applied.
Inspection and application process: It takes an average of 15-30 minutes.
Recovery time: It starts immediately. Immediate return to daily life
Usage process: Results increase over time.
Warning: Do not play with the treated areas on the day of application.
Pain: Very mild.
Result: Successful. Over time, visible skin quality rejuvenation, tone increase, endurance increase

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