The mission of cryonics is the preservation of individual lives and the current protocol used is not equal to that of cell storage which allows for re-implantation. Cells are much easier to cryo and de-cryoprotect than whole organs. This will change in time with improved vitrification solutions and use of intermediate temperature storage (ITS) that will allow for warmer temperatures as a method of storage. With these improvements we would be looking at the prospect of cryo-banking of whole organs.
If you were to couple the notion of cryo-banking with organ printing you may find yourself in your doctor's office one day to give a cell sample. Your cells would be cultured and used to grow various organs that would be frozen or vitrified for emergency use. So, if you found yourself in a car accident and needed to have one or more organs replaced, you could do so without fear of rejecting the organ(s) since the cells came from your own body.
Cryogenic Organ Banking Getting Closer; Implications Profound for Transplant Patients.
Frozen ovaries may help cancer babies
Research team makes progress toward 'printing' organs
'Organ Printing' Could Drastically Change Medicine
Here are a few video links:
Regeneration of cells - CBS Cutting Edge
Breakthough: Scientist Grow New Heart
This last one is for entertainment purposes: