5 Regenerative Medicine Articles for the Aesthetic Practice

January 13, 2021
Aesthetic Authority Staff

For aesthetic physicians interested in incorporating regenerative medicine into the practice, we’ve compiled a list of 5 articles to inform and inspire, including novel applications and how to get started.

The field of regenerative medicine continues to evolve and offer knowledge and opportunities for the aesthetic practice, including stem cells, exosomes, and more. Our latest regenerative content includes a comparison of stem cells and exosomes, Dr. Cameron Chesnut’s account of how he uses regenerative medicine in his practice, how to introduce regenerative medicine into your practice, activating LGR6+ stem cells with defensins, and the stem cell recruitment facial.

Stem Cell vs. Exosome

Stem cells largely remain an unproven therapy. Could stem cell-derived exosomes be the key to successful anti-aging treatments?

Regenerative Medicine in the Aesthetic Practice

Facial plastic surgeon Dr. Cameron Chesnut shares how he uses regenerative medicine in daily practice and explains how to begin incorporating it into your own.

Introducing Regenerative Medicine to the Aesthetic Practice

Facial plastic surgeon Dr. Cameron Chesnut shares how he uses regenerative medicine in daily practice and explains how to begin incorporating it into your own.

Defensins and the dermis

Research shows activating LGR6+ stem cells with defensins repopulates the epidermis with fresh keratinocytes for visible improvement.

The Stem Cell Recruitment Facial

Stem cells in a facial? That was our question too.

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