According to the Mesobeauty Cosmetic Health Institute's website (www.mesobeauty.com/mesotherapy.html), mesotherapy involves "microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medicines and/or vitamins into the mesoderm or middle layer of skin to deliver healing or corrective treatment to a specific area of the body." Simply put, injections are performed in specific areas to reduce the appearance of cellulite and fat and to improve the appearance of the skin.
Mesotherapy is considered an alternative to Liposuction and is a non-surgical procedure. Not only does it not require anesthesia or carry surgical risk, there is not recovery time associated with mesotherapy. With liposuction procedures, fat can come back in alternate sites on the body if significant weight gain is seen. Areas treated with liposuction typically see less fat growth, while areas that were previously thinner will see new fat deposits. However, mesotherapy does not destroy fat cells, allowing for future weight gain to return fat deposits to the original area. This may not necessarily sound like a positive attribute, but it allows for more uniform weight gain without causing new fat to migrate to previously thinner areas.
Mesotherapy can be used for cellulite treatments as well as weight loss. Liposuction does not treat cellulite, nor is it an effective method of weight loss. The benefits of mesotherapy for weight loss will last as long as the patient maintains a healthy diet and exercises. Cellulite treatment must be repeated every six months to one year.
While liposuction typically produces results with one procedure, mesotherapy usually requires multiple procedures, sometimes as many as 10 or 15. These procedures can cost around $500 each, making this a slightly more expensive option than liposuction.
Mesotherapy generally requires no preparation or recovery and the procedure lasts around 30 minutes. The most common side effect is bruising, which will usually fade within 1 week. Most patients find that the procedure is relatively painless. For those who have a lower threshold for pain, topical anesthetics can be used to ease discomfort.
Though mesotherapy's popularity is growing, there is still much skepticism surrounding the procedure. It has only recently been accepted in the U.S., and it is still banned in places like Brazil, a country that is far less strict about drug policies.
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From 1948-1952, Dr. Michael Pistor performed clinical research and founded mesotherapy. The term was coined by the French Press in 1958.
Mesotherapy is a non-surgical liposuction. It is by far the most effective treatment currently available to combat cellulite and fat deposits.http://www.antiagingwellnesscenter.com/mesotherapy.shtml
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Mesotherapy .. not Mezzo Therapy Mesotherapy (from Greek mesos, "middle", and therapy from Greek therapeia, "to treat medically") is a non-surgical cosmetic medicine treatment. Mesotherapy employs multiple injections of pharmaceutical and homeopathic medications, plant extracts, vitamins, and other ingredients into the subcutaneous fat. Mesotherapy injections are purported to target adipose fat cells, apparently by inducing rupture and cell death among adipocytes.
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Mesotherapy can be used to reduce fat cells through injections which can cause lipolysis. It has been used to reduce tendonitis and arthritis for years and now thought to also be beneficial cosmetically because of successes in Europe and South America.
Mesotherapy does not usually have any effect on cushions of fat. This type of treatment is none other than a way to convey thropic-effect medicines to fatty. It may also have some effect on lipodstrophy, but the therapy has to be followed with perseverance - it is never definitive. Generally, it is not recommended. For some reason, Mesotherapy changes the texture of the fat deposits making its removal through Liposuction a much harder task.Visit the Related Links below this answer for more info
Often times after mesotherapy the area becomes red and hot. Some people describe it as being bitten by one hundred mosquitoes. This is from the hundreds of needle pricks used to inject the solution.
It is relatively safe procedure but some people can experience side effects. Not everyone who has undergone mesotherapy has been satisfied. It is not clear why some people do not respond well. Yet, other people do and they have been delighted with the results. To read a full review about the pros and cons, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Sources and Related Links..
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