Benefits of a Stem Cell Facelift

Published on: August 7, 2018

Not all facelifts require extensive surgery. The reason for a facelift is to rejuvenate a more youthful appearance by removing excess skin, tightening sagging tissue and smoothing lines. The skin sags due to losing elasticity as collagen wanes as you age. If the collagen can be increased, a more youthful appearance is possible. The stem cell facelift can help improved collagen and increase volume in the face for a more youthful appearance.

Stem cells are incredible for their rejuvenation properties. Stem cells can help regenerate cells almost anywhere in the body, including those on the face. A stem cell facelift uses stem cells extracted from your own bone marrow to bolster the health of the cells in your facial skin. While a stem cell facelift will not remove excess skin, or lift sagging tissue, it can have the following benefits:

  • Increase collagen production
  • Smooth lines and wrinkles
  • Improve skin texture and tone

A stem cell facelift can be beneficial to those who are in the early stages of aging. It can be combined with other options to reduce the signs of aging. This can include fat transfers or grafting to improve volume under loosened skin for a softer, more youthful appearance. Other options include using platelet rich plasma (PRP) for skin regeneration and dermal fillers to reduce lines and wrinkles.

If you are noticing the signs of aging on your face but are not ready to consider a surgical facelift, consider a stem cell facelift or other non-surgical anti-aging procedures. Schedule a consultation with an experienced facial plastic surgeon that offers options like PRP treatments and stem cell facelifts to learn more about the benefits.

Posted on behalf of
Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Northeast #910
Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 936-6665

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