Frequently Asked Questions

What is Regenative Labs?

An Advancement in Regenerative Medicine with Allograft from Regenative Labs.

Placental tissue advancements have afforded us with the opportunity for a superior, less invasive treatments. Products made by processing Amniotic fluid and tissue, as well as Umbilical cords provide an alternative to more traditional steroid treatments.

What is special about Allograft products derived from the tissue of the Placenta?

Allografts contain a unique mix of bioactive substances such as collagen, as well as other proteins, growth factors, and cells recognized as important in the healing process.

Allograft tissues have been shown clinically and scientifically to support soft tissue repair, reduce inflammation, and minimize scar tissue formation. It also has reported anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-fibrotic properties whose characteristics make amniotic allografts an attractive wound biomaterial.

Why should you consider our Allograft products?

The simple procedure avoids the complicated and potentially dangerous nature of surgical procedures, but can also be used in conjunction with surgery to significantly reduce inflammation and speed the healing process.

What are placental tissues?

The amniotic membrane and amniotic fluid provide biologic and physiologic properties, and act as a physical barrier to cover and protect the fetus during pregnancy. The amniotic membrane is the innermost layer of the placenta, which provides nourishment to and maintains an unborn child. Amniotic fluid is the liquid surrounding the fetus.

Regenative Labs utilizes the powerful biologic properties and regenerative power of amniotic tissues to provide a healing matrix and promote regeneration to damaged areas of the body.

Amniotic tissue is a rich source of various biologically active elements involved in tissue regeneration with reported anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, epithelialization, and anti-fibrotic properties, making it an attractive biomaterial for homologous use in outpatient clinic or surgical procedures.

What about umbilical cord tissue?

The umbilical cord is the life-line that attaches the placenta to the fetus, and is physiologically and genetically part of the fetus.

Wharton’s jelly is a gelatinous substance within the umbilical cord, largely made up of mucopolysaccharides (hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate). It also contains some fibroblasts and macrophages.

Wharton’s Jelly is rich in mesenchymal stem cells, structural proteins, cytokines, chemokine, and numerous growth factors. This tissue is a rich source of various biologically active elements involved in tissue regeneration with reported anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, epithelialization, and anti-fibrotic properties, making it an attractive biomaterial for homologous use in outpatient clinic or surgical procedures.