The main cells that make up the tissues and organs in our bodies are called stem cells. The role of stem cells, which are present in various forms in one organ, is to treat a tissue or organ that has suffered cellular damage by transforming into that cell. They have unlimited ability to multiply. This feature makes stem cells permanent protectors of our body. They provide improvement or regeneration in the region to where they approach or are directed. Stem cells, the quantity of which was found to be much higher in residual adipose tissues, can be replicated in laboratories with special competence (GMP standards) and used in the treatment of almost all diseases.
- Plastic Surgery
- SVF - Stromal Vascular Fraction: Face, Body and Breast
- Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)
- Penis Prosthesis