Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine

This is that branch of medicine that aims at repairing organs or tissues damaged by disease, trauma or the “simple” aging process. Its aim is to restore or at least improve the functionality of these organs.

The term identifies all the research and therapies that use stem cells in pursuit of regeneration. These cell therapies are based on innovative, safe and standardized closed-circuit filtration technology, starting with a simple peripheral blood collection or an autologous adipose tissue collection system, all performed in a single surgical setting.

The fields of use are those where it is necessary to regenerate damaged tissues, both soft and hard:

  • odontostomatology
  • orthopedics
  • phlebology
  • wound therapy
  • aesthetic medicine
  • dermatology

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Congresses for Regenerative Medicine


Società Italiana di Tricologia


Società Italiana di Medicina Estetica


Congresso Internazionale di Medicina e Chirurgia Estetica