PureGraft from Cytori is giving breast cancer patients a new option for reconstruction after mastectomy.
By combining Plasma Rich Platelet (PRP) and additional stem cells to harvested fat to be grafted, a more effective and longer lasting fat transfer may be possible with the Venus Lift.
Dr. Robert Troell wins Best Non-Surgical Body Contouring Enhancement Award at THE Aesthetic Show 2011 for his patient results using the Vaser Shape device.
A history of breast enhancement: from the past to present and what the future may have in store for breast augmentation.
New advances in fat processing give physicians a chance to transfer fat for 3-dimensional lifting.
Uneven breasts can be embarrassing and make it difficult to properly fit bras and bathing suits. Fat transfer may offer the ideal solution to balance out uneven volume.
Achieving that "workout" look with your own fat is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures today.
Fat transfer and natural breast augmentation have been around for years, but only recently are being accepted by the mainstream plastic surgery societies
Congratulations to triple board certified plastic surgeon Dr. David Broadway for winning the best before and after photos for his impressive VASER Lipo And VASER Lipo With Fat Grafting results!
The option of moving your fat from one area of your body to another no longer seems so far-fetched with new technology and techniques available in fat transfers.
Top industry leaders and insiders meet this weekend at one of the largest meetings in the aesthetic sphere, THE Aesthetic Show at The Aria Resort in Las Vegas from June 2-5, 2011.
Relying on different energy sources, both fat reduction technologies are used to meet various body contouring needs.
As fat transfer procedures become more popular, manufacturers of the liposuction device Vaser are now working alongside makers of the fat processing system PureGraft.
Using the patients own fat, breast cancer survivors can choose Natural Breast Augmentation for more natural and smoother breast reconstruction results, without fear of interference in future mammograms.
Many cosmetic physicians claim to offer stem cell enhanced procedures, but it's important to consider what this really means.
What will 2011 bring in the aesthetic industry? American Health and Beauty shares 7 aesthetic trends that are going to be hot in 2011.
Already approved in Europe, new technology takes fat grafting to a new level by turbo-charging stem and regenerative cells for maximum effectiveness. PureGraft, comparable technology that is available in the US could deliver a better fat graft that lasts longer than a traditional fat transfer.
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Technological advances in fat grafting can use the patient's own fat to naturally enhance the breasts.
The key to the success of a fat graft procedure is getting the fat to survive once it's been implanted. One physician is working hard to devise a method of using stem cells to improve the fat's survival rate.