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MTF Biologics Joins 2018 Aesthetica Super Symposium in Las Vegas

World’s largest tissue bank to showcase innovative products in plastic and reconstructive surgery, hosting a session on efficient and effective autologous fat grafting


Edison, N.J. (February 28, 2018) –
MTF Biologics, the world's largest tissue bank, is joining this year's lineup at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons’ (ASPS) Aesthetica Super Symposium March 1-3, 2018, at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

In addition to showcasing its portfolio of plastic and reconstructive innovations, the non-profit organization is hosting a session on autologous fat grafting. This session, which takes place on Friday, March 2 from 7:00-7:45 am, features Ronald K. Downs, MD, FACS, who will cover key variables in fat-grafting as well as tools and techniques available for efficient and effective fat grafting in numerous applications.

MTF Biologics, known for its high-quality tissue grafts, will be highlighting the following at the Aesthetica Super Symposium:

  • FlexHD® Pliable, an acellular dermal matrix designed specifically for breast reconstruction;
  • Renuva®, an allograft adipose matrix that is engineered to conveniently treat small volume soft tissue defects, liposuction defects, and cellulite dimples; and
  • Meso BioMatrix® Surgical Mesh, a newly launched strong, thin, non-human alternative tissue form that can be used in cosmetic procedures.

The organization also will showcase LipoGrafter®, an easy-to-use solution for fat grafting. Designed for better graft survival, this technology offers surgeons a safe and efficient way to harvest a patient’s fat and deposit it in areas where the patient may be seeking to add volume.

A Gold Sponsor of the Aesthetica Super Symposium, MTF Biologics will be onsite in the exhibit hall.