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Mesotherapy injections

Mesotherapy is an ancient medical technique was discovered by physicist d. Michel Bistur in 1950 which is about injecting vitamins and minerals and amino acids, and medications are injected into the middle layer of the skin by injecting a small and very accurate.

This technique was used initially to treat some cases of sports injuries and rheumatic diseases, and improve blood circulation and then used the newly in various aspects of Plastic Surgery.

Mesotherapy injects locally in the area to be treated thus avoiding the side effects associated with the use of medication through the mouth.

Used in the following cases:

– Remove the cellulite .

– Remove some of the fat and obesity locally causing defects in specific areas of the body.

– The brightness and facial wrinkles.

– Remove freckles, acne, scars and striae in the body.

– Is one of the best modern methods for the treatment of hair loss, where material is injected into the skin and the hair starts to grow rapidly.

What are the tools used in Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is performed in two ways, and this of course depends on the physician and the extent of his experience and the level of being able to either of these two ways:

The first injection was manually by very fine needles and is usually performed multiple injections in the exact location to a depth of up to the middle layer of the skin. This method is characterized by giving full control of the processor to deliver the injected material as they do not require high financial cost for the purchase of various injection devices.

Second-assisted injection devices own a specific device resembling a gun is installed stitch minute on them, and can be calibrated these devices to give the injection in the skin, either individually one or more shots repeatedly and at high speeds, and is characterized by this technique tangible benefits in making treatment less painful for the patient and more ease and speed of the processor to the doctor with the addition of elemental precision and consistency in the delivery of successive injections.

What is the duration of treatment and how many sessions required for Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy treatments every need, whether to remove fat or cellulite or hair growth or usually young face to an average of 5 to 15 sessions.

– The number of sessions varies according to the type of treatment and the status of the person who meets the treatment.

– Usually ranged between sessions of 10 to 14 days.

– The session lasted between 5 to 30 minutes depending on the size and number of the treated areas.

– Injection mesotherapy does not take a long time and does not cause any pain to remember only the simple burning in places acupuncture.

Complications and dangers of mesotherapy treatment?

There are many side effects associated with or arising from the mesotherapy treatment, which should be noted by the warning of the likelihood of occurrence:

Pain sensation:

This is completely unexpected, or in spite of the use of needles small and accurate with increased speed and rate of injection in an attempt to ease this pain where the process of pain sensation when people depend on several factors, including the borders of pain and personal sensitivity of the treated area and specifications of the needles and the materials used.

Swelling and edema :

This may occur in places needles enter the skin and around may continue a day or two at the most, and may be accompanied by mild itching.


These usually follow the process of injecting a result of injury, regardless of blood vessels in the treated area, and appear in the form of redness and blueness of the skin, and when they are relatively large lesions may lead to the formation of a blood clot under the skin.

Sensory reactions:

These may be urgent and immediate or occur at a late stage and usually produce an allergic reaction to certain substances or medications used in the treatment may appear in the form of a skin rash .

You should avoid Aesthetic Mesotherapy treatment in the following cases:

1 – pregnant women and mothers who are breastfeeding.

2 – People with diabetes.

3 – People who have a personal history of cancer.

4 – People who have a history of stroke patients, the incidence of blood or blood-related diseases.

5 – People who are taking medications for blood clotting problems.

6 – People who taking heart medications.

7 – People who have a history of heart disease patients.

8 – People who suffer from stroke.