Renuva is an all-natural off-the-shelf injectable extracellular matrix rich with regenerative properties that acts as a scaffold, allowing the body to recruit new fat cells to attach to it. Made from human allograft tissue, Renuva contains the same collagens, growth factors, and proteins as autologous fat and is a completely acellular, safe, and long-lasting alternative to fat transfer with liposuction.
Renuva is to be used where fat naturally exists. Common applications include injections in the face, breast and body for cosmetic purposes. Also, Renuva has been used successfully in reconstructive procedures like cleft lip and palate, Parry-Romberg syndrome, and for facial lipodystrophy associated with HIV treatment. Renuva is regulated by the FDA and classified as a human cellular and tissue-based product (HCT/P).
It is commonly used in the face, hands, breast, and body for the following procedures:
When injected, Renuva acts as a scaffold allowing the body to create new fat cells in its place. It is hypothesized that in the presence of these regenerative components, the body signals for cell recruitment and differentiation resulting in new fat creation (adipogenesis) and blood vessel formation (angiogenesis).
Visit us at our upcoming events to learn more about Renuva!
Dr. Michael Gold will present on Renuva
Injectable Allograft Adipose Matrix: a Natural Off-the-Shelf Alternative for Soft Tissue Filling
poster presentation by Evangelia Chnari, PhD
RUBY SPONSORSHIP, premier position, BOOTH #3
Dr. Haideh Hirmand will present on Renuva at Hot Topics
Modern Techniques in Rhinoplasty cadaver workshop featuring Profile costal cartilage, Renuva and Meso BioMatrix.
Dr. Barbara Hayden will present on Renuva
Drop by and get up close with Renuva as doctors share their experience with our tissue forms.
Saturday, MAY 18
10:30 AM – Drs. Jay Calvert & Farzad Nahai
12:30 PM – Dr. Regina Fearmonti
3:30 pm – Dr. James Fernau
Sunday, MAY 19
10:00 AM – Dr. Kevin Nini
12:30 PM – Dr. James Fernau
Monday, MAY 20
10:30 AM – Dr. James Fernau
12:30 PM – Dr. Rod Rohrich