Especially today, with the increase in the value given to aesthetic surgery and skin care, many people have heard of mesotherapy. In this article, we will give you information about mesotherapy, which you have heard frequently and which creates a lot of question marks in your mind.
MMesotherapy is a procedure that was first applied by Doctor Michel Pastor in 1952 for aesthetic purposes. The process is used in the treatment of many diseases such as regional slimming, skin rejuvenation, scar treatment, sports injuries, stretch marks and cellulite in our global world. The working mechanism of mesotherapy is to stimulate and effect the elastin and collagen structures under the skin. With the stimulation of structures such as collagen and elastin, the blood circulation, lymphatic circulation and immune response in the applied area are regulated and the effect is shown in this way.
What is Mesotherapy?
While the word mesotherapy is quite foreign to many of you, it is quite familiar to some of you. So what is Mesotherapy? We can say that mesotherapy is the technique of applying vitamins, minerals, amino acids and enzymes directly, alone or in mixtures, to the middle layer under the skin by microinjection method. In the mesotherapy process, the substance to be injected is selected in accordance with the characteristics of the person, the wishes of the person and the recommendations of the doctor who performs the procedure.
In Which Situations Is Mesotherapy Applied?
In fact, there are many situations where mesotherapy can be applied. But if we were to tell you in which situations we apply it in general;
- Skin aging and skin sagging due to aging.
- Spot treatments, sunspots.
- Cracks in the skin.
- Weight loss.
- Under-eye bruises and under-eye bags.
- Injuries that occur while doing sports and Vitiligo, that is, pigment deficiency in the skin.
Situations where mesotherapy is not applied and is objectionable
There are situations in which it is inconvenient to do mesotherapy and it is not recommended to apply it, such as how many drugs are inconvenient to be taken into the body in special cases. One of these situations is pregnancy. Mesotherapy is not recommended during pregnancy. However, Mesotherapy is not applied and recommended in lactating women who are in the puerperal period, people who have had a previous stroke, urticaria patients and heart patients who need more than one drug treatment.
What are the Side Effects of Mesotherapy?
After the mesotherapy procedure, temporary redness and bruises may occur in the injection areas. It’s definitely not something you should be worried about. It usually takes 1-2 days for these situations to pass. And it disappears completely on its own.
How Long Does It Take to Get a Response to Mesotherapy Treatment?
Actually, this is a very open-ended question. After the mesotherapy procedure, the response time of the treatment may vary from person to person. Especially the skin structure, the age of the person who had the procedure and the severity of the problem are the most important factors affecting this period. If we are to give a general answer, on average, after the 2nd or 3rd Session, the patients who have performed the Mesotherapy process begin to respond.
Although the prices of mesotherapy vary according to the content applied and the session to be performed, it is necessary to perform your examination first in order to give a price. You can come to our clinic in Caddebostan and get a free examination and get a price. In addition, you can reach us from the information in the contact section, make an appointment and direct your questions.
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