Regenerative Medicine (Regen.IC)

Regenerative Medicine (Regen.IC)


Stem cells are the main cells that can differentiate into specialized cell types and have the ability to self-renew to produce more stem cells, forming tissues and organs. Under normal conditions, there are sufficient numbers of stem cells in the human body that support natural tissue formation and healing. Most of the time, due to aging or different reasons, enough cells cannot reach the tissues to fully regenerate. In this sense, full potential use of these regenerative cells in the human body is realized by using autologous (self) tissues.

Cells, which have two different types, generally known as embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells, are found in many tissues in the human body and are most intensely obtained from bone marrow and adipose tissue.
Embryonic cells are risky cells since they can differentiate into all specialized cells, and its application is prohibited in our country as in many countries.
Adult stem cells, on the other hand, are progenitor cells that are differentiated to a certain stage and take part in the repair of the body and have the ability to regenerate adult tissues. These cells interact with the cells of the given tissue in the body and differentiate into the same tissue by forming complexes with surface antigens. In these applications of tissue engineering, autologous regenerative cells are cells obtained from the patient himself and injected back into the patient himself. There is no problem such as the body’s rejection (immune reaction) in giving back his own cells to the patient and there is no need for immunosuppressive drugs. Autologous (self-made) regenerative cells are effectively incorporated into the existing structure and interact with the surrounding tissue to promote healing.

The use of adult stem cells in humans has a long history. As a treatment, it started with the first bone marrow transplant and focused on cellular-based tissue therapy and continued as clinical studies. It has created an intensive area of ​​use in many surgical fields, by obtaining progenitor and other regenerative cells as the end product during surgery by using point of care systems by being modified with new technology systems.

Adipose Tissue-Derived Cell Concentration / SVF
Compared to the presence of stem cells in all tissues of the human body, it is densely obtained from adipose (fat) tissue. It is the process of giving the patient’s own fat-stem cell back to the patient after the separation-washing-concentration processes with the help of specially used approved kits within the same operation as the liposuction procedure. Special systems used for this purpose wash the adipose tissue, enrich the separated stem cells, and mix them again to prepare the graft to be implanted in the patient. Adipose (fat) tissue-derived stem and regenerative cells group, also called stromal vascular fraction (SVF) cells; It is a community that includes a large number of cells such as multipotent progenitors (i.e. adipose tissue-derived stem cells), vascular progenitor cells, mature vascular cells and vascular smooth muscle cells. These cells

Bone Marrow Cell Concentration
As a result of damage to the human body, adult stem cells are periodically released from the bone marrow, which is the source of blood, into the blood, and these cells that reach the damaged area perform natural healing with their regeneration abilities. In order to achieve a faster recovery compared to the basal level, bone marrow aspiration is performed from the ileum (hip bone), where the bone marrow is densely located. After a special protocol and device procedure in less than 15 minutes from the bone marrow taken, these adult stem cells are separated in a concentrated form and given back to the desired area in the patient. Bone, muscle, cartilage, skin, etc. regeneration in many tissues is accomplished by this full potential cell utilization mechanism. “Point of care”

Orthopedics and Traumatology Application Areas

Knee, hip, shoulder, hand and ankle joint calcifications

In avescular necrosis of the hip, shoulder, knee, ankle

In meniscus tears

In non-union fractures

In muscle and tendon tears


Application Areas of Aesthetic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Hair loss, hair transplant and strengthening

Whole body skin rejuvenation

Spot and scar treatment

Acne – scar revision

breast reconstruction

Hip and leg aesthetics

diabetic foot treatment

Venous ulcer treatment

Bourger treatment