Mesotherapy is the breakthrough medical practice that allows patients a non-invasive remedy to a variety of conditions.
- Mesotherapy treats cellulite
- Mesotherapy treats unwanted fat
- Mesotherapy treats wrinkles and aging of the skin
- Mesotherapy treats sagging skin
- Mesotherapy treats aged hands
- Mesotherapy treats excess skin or fat on the neck
How Does Mesotherapy Work?
Mesotherapy is the micro-injection of enzymes, homeopathic medication
, and vitamins into the mesoderm, or middle layer of skin, acting as a "medicinal bullet" that is delivered directly to a target in the body. Orally administered medication, on the other hand, is distributed throughout the body. Mesotherapy allows a much smaller dose of the same medicine to be injected directly at the site of the problem, into the skin, with the skin acting as an efficient time-release delivery sytstem. Mesotherapy works by stimulating the body to heal itself
in those targeted areas.
The Mesotherapy technique was formulated in 1952 by Dr. M. Pistor in France, and was recognized by the French National Academy of Medicine in 1986. Dr. Lionel Bissoon has been practicing Mesotherapy since 1999 and has pioneered its acceptance in the United States.
Mesotherapy for Getting Rid of Cellulite
Mesotherapy can be used to eliminate cellulite on the legs and buttocks. By repairing the connective tissue, shrinking the fat cells and increasing circulation, Mesotherapy can rid these areas of the "orange peel" like skin, thus revealing a smoother and more even -toned appearance. The average patient generally requires 10-15 weekly treatments in order to achieve these results.
Mesotherapy for Weight Loss and Spot Reduction
The same principles that allow Mesotherapy to eliminate cellulite can be used to rid other areas of the body of excess fat. Mesotherapy can be used to eliminate double chins, "love handles" and any other area where your body pockets fat. Mesotherapy is a vast improvement over other treatments such as liposuction
because it is a non-surgical procedure that does not require hospital admittance, general anesthesia, or downtime. The fat deposits flush out of specific areas and the body does not gain the weight back in other areas, which often happens after liposuction.
Mesotherapy for Skin Rejuvenation
Using a Mesotherapuetic process known as Mesolift, vitamin injections under the skin rejuvenate cells, activating them metabolically and stimulating natural collagen and elastin production. This process not only reduces the appearance of existing wrinkles, but also helps prevent new ones from forming. Mesolift can help "age-proof" patients of any age
- some patients start in their mid-20s, others in the 60s or 70s. Approximately 4-6 consecutive treatments on the face, neck, arms and hands are recommended to maintain the skin's youthful appearance, with a follow-up visit once every three to four months.