Stem cell breast lift

Stem cell breast lift: Nonsurgical No Scalpel breast lift- no scars on the front of the breasts

The nonsurgical stem cell breast lift is a new minimally invasive (mastopexy) or breast lift.   This Bioregenerative option is tailored for women who want  perkier breasts but do not want scars on the front of their breasts, or  prolonged healing and recovery.

 Breasts droop (sag) as one ages.  Although the extent of droop varies between individuals, common causes and factors leading to droop (pt0sis) include:

  • Weight loss
  • Weight gain
  • Aging
  • Childbirth

This minimally invasive option gently tightens and lifts drooping (ptotic) breast tissues by using your own (adipose derived) stem cells.

Stem cell-No incision (no scalpel) bioregenerative breast lift (mastopexy) option lifts sagging breast tissues and avoids visible scars on the front of the breasts.

The best candidates for this procedure are:

  1. normal weight

  2. minimal to moderate droop (ptosis)

  3. minimal to moderate loss of upper breast volume (fullness)

  4. or/(combination of mild breast volume loss and droop).

This  bioregenerative procedure option uses  your own adipose (fat) derived stem cells , (obtained from the stromal vascular fraction or SVF) to gently lift ptotic breasts.

 Stem cells are separated from our own fat (also known as the ALMI procedure) and combined with PRP (platelet rich plasma) for reinjection. The PRP is added to supply growth factors which speed healing. (PRP itself does not contain stem cells, but is  rich in growth factors.) SVF is  important since it contains the stem cells. The overall effect is three fold:

  1. gently lifts sagging breast tissues
  2. increases breast fullness
  3. rejuvinates of the decolletage region

This option is chosen by women who want a no incision  procedure, do not have time for prolonged recovery, and wish to avoid breast scars in prominent areas on the front of their breasts.

major advantages 

  • no surgical incisions on the front of the breasts
  • shorter procedure
  • usually done with conscious sedation, avoiding general anesthesia
  • quicker recovery than procedures involving breast incisions
  • avoids the use of artificial materials