Regenerate yourself with stem cell technology.

Stem Cells.


Stem Cells are multipotent cells whose primary function is to regenerate and repair damaged cells. They can change to and replace any kind of cells. They have the potential to change to bone, cartilage, muscle or fat cells.

What are the types of stem cells?

There are the embryonic type and Adult type. The Embryonic ones are so powerful, so they cannot be controlled and can change to dangerous cells. This is why we use Adult cells that are safe and can be controlled.

Where do you find Adult Stem cells?

Adult cells are present in every tissue of the body, but the main reservoir is bone marrow and adipose tissue (FAT). We prefer fat as our source because they are easier to get by lipoaspiration, and they are richer than bone marrow.

Where do we use stem cells in Aesthetic Medicine and plastic surgery?

1-Fat grafting: where we supercharge harvested fat with cells isolated from your fat.
The result is much higher take off the fat grafted (up to 60%) that last for years. Compared to simple fat transfer, where only 20 to 30 % of fat cells will take (live).

2- Stretch mark treatment: adult cells injected into stretch marks, where the improvement noted from one session ranges from 30 to 60%. The result is affected by the depth of the stretch mark and the number injected.

3-Scars: Cells are used to treatment of hypertrophic scars (red scars) and old scars (white scars)

4- Anti-aging creams made from your stem cells: you can get your facial creams made for you, from your own cells that are rich in growth factors.

How does Dr. Hussein Hashim use stem cells Technology?

Dr. Hussein Hashim has begun using this technology to augment the amount of fat that can be retained.

Using this revolutionary stem cell technology, Dr. Hussein Hashim is able to increase the permanence and “take” of the fat cells from only 40% to an unbelievable 90%.  This means that the rejuvenation gained in the face and the bulk added in buttock augmentation is longer lasting.

What about the risk of rejection?

Since the specimen obtained is from your own body, the risk of rejection is non-existent.

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