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Silicone Scandal: Stem Cell Breast Augmentation a Safe Alternative
Date:1/10/2012

VIENNA, Austria, January 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Stem cell-enriched autologous fat enables sustainable breast augmentation with autologous tissue

It was in all the media: For years a French company has been selling defective silicone implants that often rupture and may cause cancer. More than 100,000 women worldwide must now choose between having their implants removed as a precaution or carrying a "time bomb" in their bodies. Stem cell breast augmentation offers an innovative, safe alternative to silicone implants.

"Autologous fat tissue is better tolerated than silicone and is ideal for scarless, completely natural breast augmentation or breast reconstruction after removal of silicone implants or tumors," says DDr. Karl-Georg Heinrich, Vienna-based esthetic and regenerative stem cell therapy expert. His Clinic DDr. Heinrich® has been granting the wishes of patients worldwide for a fuller décolletage without silicone and scars since 2007.

Like all other approved silicone implants, the defective French implants were also CE certified. The defects of these implants remained hidden. But even the best silicone implants represent only a temporary breast augmentation solution. Hence cosmetic surgeons who use silicone implants recommend implant replacements every ten years for all patients.

With stem cell breast augmentation, however, sustainable breast augmentation is generally achievable with just one intervention under local anesthesia. The autologous fat used for breast augmentation is gently liposuctioned with patented microcannulas, enriched with autologous stem cells, and then injected in the breast with fine injection needles.

Along with breast augmentation and stem cell facelifts, stem cell-enriched autologous fat is used in the Clinic DDr. Heinrich® for body shaping (buttocks, hips, upper thighs, calves) as well as dent correction and skin rejuvenation.

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