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SEFFILLER® is designed for physicians and dermatologists who want to perform The regenerative therapy.
SEFFILLER® does not require any equipment, other than the kit itself, for harvesting, preparation and grafting. SEFFILLER® is a disposable “all-in-one” kit for guided harvesting and autologous grafting of adipose tissue and stromal fraction (SVF) containing Adipose Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs). With SEFFILLER® the harvesting procedure
is guided and hence simple,
safe and standardized.
The tissue obtained with SEFFILLER® needs no manipulation and is prepared in a closed sterile system.

SAFE
The special guide enables physicians without any particular surgery skill,  to harvest the tissue in the correct plane, reducing the risk of injuries to muscles or deeper anatomical structures. Also the disposable kit reduces the risk of any kind of contamination

EASY
The physician is guided by this special device to harvest the tissue in the correct plane where a higher amount of ADSCs is to be found.  Moreover  the kit is “all-in-one” and provides the physician with all the required materials to harvest, prepare and inject the tissue.

EFFECTIVE
The SEFFILLER® procedure is performed in a Medical Facility; it doesn’t require any device to aspirate or manipulate the tissue.The procedure is performed in local anesthesia and takes 25 minutes. 

STANDARDIZED
SEFFILLER® is a disposable “all-in-one” kit for guided harvesting and autologous grafting of adipose tissue and stromal fraction (SVF) containing Adipose Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs)

THE GUIDE
The guide makes the harvesting procedure of adipose tissue easy, safe and standardized, in the correct subcutaneous plane

THE SYRINGE
The special syringe with self-blocking plunger allows a simple, safe and effective tissue suction

THE HARVESTING
The special harvesting cannula selects small cellular vascular clusters that need no further manipulation for grafting in the regenerative therapy