Cosmetic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
What is Mesotherapy
Mesotherapy is a non-surgical technique that rejuvenates and heals the tissue that ages faster than other parts of the body, such as on the upper and lower neck, hands and the back. It uses micro-injections of pharmaceutical and homeopathic preparations of synthesized collagens and elastin into subcutaneous fat, to wrap up and lift the skin. Thanks to these medicines infused by Mesotherapy, the skin gets hydrated and gains sparkle and shine.
Mesotherapy aims at enlivening the skin and boosting the cell metabolism to delay aging.
Agents Used For Mesotherapy:
- Hyaluronic Acid:Found naturally inside the human adipose tissue. Hydrates and elasticizes the skin.
- Vitamin A: Regulates epidermal growth and removes the thinning on the skin due to aging.
- Vitamin E: An antioxidant that protects tissues against damage.
- Vitamin C: Stimulates collagen synthesis and retards melanin production causing blemishes.
- Vitamin B: Takes role in the metabolism of fat acids that ensure the biological balance of the skin.
- Vitamin K: Regulates the micro-flow of the blood.
- Amino Acids: Play part as structural components of proteins that repair and reconstruct the tissue damages caused by aging.
- Mineral Salts: Stimulate various biological cell activities and regulate the tissue metabolism.
- Co-enzymes: Develop the biochemical reactions inside the injected tissue and increase the tissue repair rates.
- Nucleic Acids: Stimulate the synthesis of dermal proteins.
Mesotherapy sessions last in 15 to 30 minutes on average. The procedure minimises the level of pain and anguish by making use of ultra thin, shallow needles. The number of sessions depends on the age group and specific needs of the patients, yet normally 4 to 6 sessions are enough for the expected outcomes.