Briefly, it is an injection treatment applied to the middle layer of the skin (mesoderme). Although it was used to relieve pain in the past, it is generally used for facial rejuvenation, hair mesotherapy, anti-aging purposes today.
WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF MESOTHERAPY?
It is a mesotherapy procedure applied to the face in order to tighten, rejuvenate the facial skin, make it look more fit, smooth and brighter. Vitamins, hyaluronic acid, antioxidant substances, amino acids, minerals and various drugs are used in facial mesotherapy. These compounds used in facial mesotherapy accelerate the healing process of the skin by increasing the production of collagen and elastin.
Facial mesotherapy is also successfully used in the removal of acne, acne scars, hormonal and age spots on the face.
HOW IS FACE MESOTHERAPY APPLIED?
In facial mesotherapy, injections are made directly into the first and middle layers of the skin. This nourishes the cell and also helps stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.
Micro-injections are made approximately 1-4 millimeters deep into the skin, depending on the need. For effective results, 6-10 sessions are performed with 1 week intervals.
Depending on the patient's pain level, anesthesia can be applied to the areas to be treated with creams. Half an hour before mesotherapy, local anesthesia is applied by applying anesthetic cream to the skin for 30-40 minutes. Mesotherapy treatment times may take 20-45 minutes depending on the width of the area where the procedure is applied.
Recovery time is somewhat dependent on the patient. Some patients can return to their normal work the same day, while others may experience swelling and discomfort.
Superficial swellings and small needle marks can be seen in 24-48 hours after the procedure. Healing around the eyes may take a little longer.
BENEFITS OF FACIAL MESOTHERAPY
Rejuvenates the skin, prevents wrinkles
It increases the moisture content of the skin, making it look plump, firm and healthy.
Increases skin firmness and elasticity in areas where mesotherapy is performed.
In all kinds of skin blemishes, improves skin color, heals cracks and wounds
Reduces under-eye bruises and bags
Gives the skin a brighter, more lively appearance
Treats cellulite and dissolves regional fat
Hair mesotherapy is a non-surgical cosmetic hair improvement procedure. It is used in the treatment of hair problems such as hair loss, ringworm and baldness. Hair loss is usually caused by vitamin mineral deficiency, decreased blood circulation, hormone imbalances, and the aim of treatment is to eliminate these problems.
HOW IS HAIR MESOTHERAPY APPLIED?
Superficial micro-injections to problem hair areas stimulate the self-renewal potential of hair bristles. This warning is made to the middle layer, which is approximately 1 mm deep from the first layer of the skin.
The treatment for hair loss is specific to the patient. Each session takes 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the size of the area requiring treatment. Usually, herbal extracts, vitamins, or drugs such as finasteride, the approved drug for hair treatment, are used on the scalp.
A minimum of 10 intensive treatment sessions may be required every 2 weeks for the first 2-3 months to ensure the revitalization of the cells in the scalp and to create the necessary scalp environment. After three months, the intervals between sessions can be extended.
Some people may experience positive results in the first few weeks of treatment. This period may be longer depending on the severity of the hair loss and how the person responds to the treatment. Patients can observe significant results in the first 2-3 months of treatment, but the full effect of the treatment is seen after 6 months.
Hair mesotherapy may be a suitable treatment for the problem of baldness, which is especially genetic. It is effective in both men and women.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF HAIR MESOTHERAPY?
It stimulates hair growth.
It reduces hair loss.
It increases the nutrition of new hair follicles.
It reduces dandruff in the hair.
It increases blood circulation in the scalp.
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