An English patient writes us by e-mail:
I would like to enquire about the stem cell breast augmentation. I currently have silicone implants but have suffered with severe onset of autoimmune diseases following a rupture and replacement 3 years ago. My current saline implants need to be removed now also but I cannot go back to nothing.
In her case stem cell-assisted fat transfer for breast reconstruction is clearly indicated as the augmented breast consists solely of her own tissue. Additionally intravenous stem cell therapy should be considered, as autoimmune diseases are often a good indication for it. It could be performed during the same treatment appointment as the breast augmentation.
DDr. Heinrich, MD