Stem Cell Under Eye Treatment

Stem cells are the body’s master cells. They can become any type of tissue in the body, from brain and muscle to skin and bone. The goal is to use them as a repair kit that could be injected into the eye where they would turn into healthy retinal cells. 

This therapy is not FDA-approved and therefore they have strict guidelines about patient safety and follow up care after treatments are given out. Currently, the only type of stem cell treatment that is FDA-approved is used to help treat cancer and immune system blood disorders.

If you want more information about these therapies, please talk with your doctor first before considering anything else so he/she can give you advice based on your medical history and current health status (including other medications). There’s no way of knowing how much time you’ll need between injections, so make sure that whatever clinic offers stem cell therapy is close enough for regular visits during treatment – especially since most people need multiple injections over several months’ time! Be prepared for some possible side effects such as pain around the injection site, headaches, nausea or vomiting after receiving an injection; each person responds

Dr. Maryam Seddigh Tonekaboni has devoted her life to empowering people with the most up-to-date information and options for their care, so you have all of your health questions answered in one place! Call our office at 818-671-1989 or visit us online today to make an appointment and get started on a healthier tomorrow.