Regenerative Medicine - Autologous Cellular Regeneration Therapy
Stem cells have opened the doors to cellular rejuvenation, which is based on the same principles. Only in Marbeclinic Marbella.
Marbeclinic Marbella has the latest advances in Regenerative Medicine by Autologous Therapy. Rigenera is a line of products designed for medical applications and clinical regeneration using autologous micro-grafts obtained from the patient's own tissues. With this technique we can regenerate skin, hair and bone tissue. Regenerative medicine allows us to recover our bodys ability to generate healthy and young tissues.
Science and Advanced Technology
We have the technique and technology that allows our doctors to separate and concentrate regenerative components from any tissue stromal vascular fraction, in a simple, safe and effective way. This technique is used for many years in areas of medicine such as oral and maxillofacial surgery, bone regeneration, dermatology, treatment of vascular ulcers and epithelialization after extraction of a tooth. And it is only recently that it has begun to apply to the field of aesthetic medicine and cosmetic surgery.
The medicine of the future is to regenerate damaged and aged tissues of the human body with the help of our own cells.
Medical science is advancing quickly, we know that stem cells are an unparalleled discovery. Regenerative medicine allows us to apply this science to our cells.In Marbeclinic we can obtain healthy cells needed for regeneration of tissues with only a tiny sample of your skin. With our modern equipment we extract the regenerative cells and implant these where they are needed using micro grafts and following a rigorous protocol.
Stem Cells - Collection and Preservation
We are certified clinic in the process of obtaining and banking of dental stem cells.
Stem cells are the master cells of our body. They constitute the essential basis for health because they have the function to repair and replace damaged tissue, keep us healthy and prevent premature aging.
They are responsible for replacing cells to keep the heart beating, the brain function, regenerate our skin and that our kidneys clean the blood.
In 2000, Gronthos y cols., And in 2003, Dr. Songtao Shi, a researcher at the National Institute of Health (NIH) US, revealed the existence of stem cells in dental pulp of teeth. From that moment, studies have not ceased, and the viability and guarantees of this biological material have been demonstrated in numerous scientific studies.
The tooth pulp is a source of dental stem cells, which have the potential to treat diseases or injuries without rejection.
The tooth is nature's "safe" for these valuable stem cells, and there is an abundance of these cells in baby teeth, wisdom teeth and permanent teeth. The stem cells contained within teeth are capable of replicating themselves and can be readily recovered at the time of a planned dental procedure. Aside from being the most convenient stem cells to access, dental stem cells have significant medical benefits in the development of new medical therapies. Using one's own stem cells for medical treatment means a much lower risk of rejection by the body and decreases the need for powerful drugs that weaken the immune system, both of which are negative but typical realities that come into play when tissues or cells from a donor are used to treat patients.