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FAQ

What is GCell SVF Technology?

GCell is a closed-system medical device that follows minimally invasive guidelines to produce an injectable sample of stem cells from adipose tissue. 

This revolutionary procedure can be performed in under thirty minutes in any clinical setting, and requires only local anaesthesia. Because of its minimally-invasive status, there is very little recovery time for patients, and they can leave almost immediately after receiving their cellular therapy. Because of the small amount of adipose tissue required for the machine to work, we have taken great efforts in streamlining GCELL’s process to be as quick and painless as possible.

Which are the steps for obtaining a cellular product with GCELL?

Harvesting of Fat
Approximately 15 ml of adipose tissue is removed from the abdomen, or from any other area of the body, via lipoaspiration under local anesthesia. 

Separate Cell
Once harvested, the adipose tissue sample is sent through the GCELL’s closed-system. Using a proprietary process to mechanically homogenize and strain the cell sample, the GCELL’s Tissue Separation Kits make SVF something within the reach of any physician. 

Photoactivation
Once the cells are obtained, they are then put through the process of photoactivation. During this process, the cells are hit with light at specific frequencies and wavelengths to promote longevity and vitality. 

Injection
After photoactivation, the cells are administered to the patient in accordance to their treatment protocol.

When can we see results?

Results can be seen after the two month mark, though the total time until the patient needs another treatment varies from patient to patient, because it is affected by a number of preexisting conditions.

How long does the procedure take?

The procedure takes anywhere from thirty minutes to one hour.

Are there any Side Effects?

Because the procedure is autologous, which means that the treatment is composed of the patient’s own cells, there is absolutely no risk of infection or rejection. This means that there will be no major adverse effects. 

Who Can Perform This Procedure?

This procedure can be performed by any qualified physician.

Who Cannot Receive This Procedure?

This procedure can not be performed on pregnant or nursing mothers,cancer patients, or patients with autoimmune diseases.

What’s the Rehabilitation Period needed?

This is an outpatient procedure– there is no recovery time, and the patient can return to his normal habits as soon as the procedure has concluded.

FAQ

What is GCell SVF Technology?

GCell is a closed-system medical device that follows minimally invasive guidelines to produce an injectable sample of stem cells from adipose tissue. 

This revolutionary procedure can be performed in under thirty minutes in any clinical setting, and requires only local anaesthesia. Because of its minimally-invasive status, there is very little recovery time for patients, and they can leave almost immediately after receiving their cellular therapy. Because of the small amount of adipose tissue required for the machine to work, we have taken great efforts in streamlining GCELL’s process to be as quick and painless as possible.

Which are the steps for obtaining a cellular product with GCELL?

Harvesting of Fat
Approximately 15 ml of adipose tissue is removed from the abdomen, or from any other area of the body, via lipoaspiration under local anesthesia. 

Separate Cell
Once harvested, the adipose tissue sample is sent through the GCELL’s closed-system. Using a proprietary process to mechanically homogenize and strain the cell sample, the GCELL’s Tissue Separation Kits make SVF something within the reach of any physician. 

Photoactivation
Once the cells are obtained, they are then put through the process of photoactivation. During this process, the cells are hit with light at specific frequencies and wavelengths to promote longevity and vitality. 

Injection
After photoactivation, the cells are administered to the patient in accordance to their treatment protocol.

When can we see results?

Results can be seen after the two month mark, though the total time until the patient needs another treatment varies from patient to patient, because it is affected by a number of preexisting conditions.

How long does the procedure take?

The procedure takes anywhere from thirty minutes to one hour.

Are there any Side Effects?

Because the procedure is autologous, which means that the treatment is composed of the patient’s own cells, there is absolutely no risk of infection or rejection. This means that there will be no major adverse effects. 

Who Can Perform This Procedure?

This procedure can be performed by any qualified physician.

Who Cannot Receive This Procedure?

This procedure can not be performed on pregnant or nursing mothers,cancer patients, or patients with autoimmune diseases.

What’s the Rehabilitation Period needed?

This is an outpatient procedure– there is no recovery time, and the patient can return to his normal habits as soon as the procedure has concluded.

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