Stem cell face lift: Does it work?

Doctors and researchers have long said that stem cell therapy has the potential to change the face of human disease. But what if stem cells could be used to reverse the aging process as well? Plastic surgeons say they can use stem cells to make women look years younger without the pain of an invasive surgery.

“I lost weight, loss of volume in face, I looked gaunt and I said, so I said, ‘okay what do we do to fix this?'” said Sarah, a patient. The fix for this was a stem-cell face lift. Dr. Steve Szczerba of Chicago Aesthetic Surgery Institute recommended that Sarah undergo a procedure, where he’d use her own adult stem cells to turn back the clock.

View the original article here: Stem cell face lift: Does it work? – Fox News

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