Facial Rejuvenation

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Aging is a rather complicated process in which the cells eventually die after becoming progressively damaged over time. However, this process can be reversed or at least impeded by fresh stem cells. These cells have a special anti-aging effect by repairing and regenerating the different organs which have been damaged by stress and various toxic substances which we come across in our day-to-day lives. With stem cell anti-aging we can help repopulate the body with younger cells.

They also help to improve our immune functions significantly. When an individual is approaching the age of 40, he/she may begin to encounter some physical problems associated with mature age that can be treated with anti-ageing stem cell treatments. The outcome can be much more effective in cases where the revitalization process commences earlier in life.

Key indicators of aging- While the indications of aging usually begin at around the age of 40, this may vary depending on lifestyle choices. For example, smokers are going to experience it much earlier because of their exposure to toxic elements. Here´s some indications of aging:

Poor concentration, loss of memory, tiredness, loss of energy, general fatigue, mood swings, loss of hair, wrinkles, age spots, reduced sex drive, insomnia, general aches and pains, loss of skin texture as well as degenerative diseases.

Here is increasing evidence that the aging process can have adverse effects on stem cells. As stem cells age, their renewal ability deteriorates and their ability to differentiate into the various cell types is altered. Accordingly, it is suggested aging-induced deterioration of stem cell functions may play a key role in the pathophysiology of the various aging-associated disorders. Understanding the role of the aging process in deterioration of stem cell function is crucial, not only in understanding the pathophysiology of aging-associated disorders but also in the future development of effective stem cell-based therapies to treat aging-associated diseases.

Adult stem cells, also known as somatic stem cells, are found throughout the body in every tissues and organ after development and function as self-renewing cell pools to replenish dying cells and regenerate damaged tissues throughout life. However, adult stem cells appear to age with the person. As stem cells age, their functional ability also deteriorates. Specifically, this regenerative power appears to decline with age, as injuries in older individuals heal more slowly than in childhood. For example, healing of a fractured bone takes much longer time in elderly than in young individuals. There is a substantial amount of evidence showing that the deterioration of adult stem cells in the adult phase can become an important player in the initiation of several diseases in aging.

Mechanism’s for Functional Deterioration of

Stem Cells in Aging:

Microenvironment

Aging is characterized by common environmental conditions, such as hormonal, immunologic, and metabolic disorders and these are considered as the critical microenvironmental factors affecting stem cell functions.

DNA damage and Telomere Shortening

In mammals, spontaneous and extrinsic mutational events occur on DNA on a daily basis. While most of the damaged DNAs are repaired by normal DNA repair mechanism, some of the mutated DNAs appear to escape from the repair mechanism and accumulate over time.

Mitochondrial Dysfunction

Mitochondria are ubiquitous intracellular organelles in mammals and are the main source of cellular adenosine triphosphate (ATP) that plays a central role in a variety of cellular processes.

Epigenetic Alteration

Epigenetics refers to changes in gene expression, which are heritable through modifications without affecting the DNA sequence. It has also been defined more broadly as the dynamic regulation of gene expression by sequence-independent mechanisms, including but not limited to changes in DNA methylation and histone modifications.

Skin Rejuvenation with

P1 MSC Stem Cells

At IntelliHealth Plus Medical Center,  we offer stem cell therapy treatments for a range of chronic diseases and for rejuvenating affects for ageing. We believe keeping the mesenchymal stem cells juvenile and functioning in a youthful manner, will deliver the most beneficial regenerative medicine treatment.

Facial Rejuvenation Treatments

Stem Cell Facial (MSC)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Skin RNA Injections

Placenta Injections

Gold Thread Lifting

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