Fat And Stem Cells For Breast Augmentation

by Jyothsna on  February 13, 2007 at 12:46 PM General Health News
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Fat And Stem Cells For Breast Augmentation
Japanese scientists claim that women's breasts can be increased in size by using fat and stem cells. According to them, this treatment gives a natural and softer effect than the silicone implants.

This procedure involves the injection of fat from stomach and thigh which is enriched with stem cells before injection. Kotaro Yoshimura, a surgeon from Tokyo University Medical School said that forty patients have been treated with this procedure and was found to be successful.

Mr Yoshimura feels that the advantage of this treatment is that the augmented breasts are so soft and natural that it appears very real and do not create a 'lumpy' look. Currently Cellport Clinic Yokohama in Japan is the only place which provides this treatment.

But this treatment has received mixed response from scientific community who greet this news with caution.

Source: Medindia
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guest Saturday, March 8, 2008

There are very few doctors who offer breast augmentation using stem cells. One of them is Dr. Karl-Georg Heinrich from Vienna, Austria, the other clinic has already been mentioned by Micky.

guest Wednesday, February 27, 2008

pleaze e-mail me on who i can talk to about getting this done

guest Monday, May 14, 2007

There are many before and after photos on the web page of Cellport Clinic Yokohama...

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