Stem Cell Treatments for Scar Fibrosis and Skin Remodeling
The edges of a chronic wound are typically characterised by thick fibrotic scar tissue. Fibrosis is common to all scars and occur when there’s an ‘overload’ on the supporting tissue architecture to address the level and extent of wound damage.
A combination of medical aesthetic wound healing techniques like laser therapy along with our AdMSC-based therapeutic can be used to remodel and soften your scars.
Adding an AdMSC based therapy using your own stem cells for the procedure provides the additional tools for developing a graft scaffold and blood supply. This reduces the potential need for repeats and the results are more predictable. Alongside this procedure the other benefits of AdMSC based therapy can be achieved such as reduced downtime and superior skin remodelling.
CASE STUDY: 81 YEAR-OLD SKIN TISSUE REMODELLING
81-year-old patient. Main (venous ulcer) wound 40mm x 35mm (14cm²). Pain score of 0/10 after 87 days. High tissue remodelling quality without scar fibrosis.
Above is an example of our autologous AdMSC-based therapy in chronic wound healing that highlights the speed of healing and quality of skin tissue architecture remodelling quality that’s possible even for an 81-year old.
This is just one way we’ve used this powerful technology from your own stem cells, and it can greatly improve and repair the quality of your skin architecture.