The meso is the layer between the epidermis, which is the top layer of the skin, and the deep dermis, which is the bottom layer of the skin, where mesenchymal cells and connective tissue components with advanced division and reproduction ability are found in a highly dense spiral form. Therapy, on the other hand, is the whole of the methods that will be used during the treatment that we frequently use in daily life.
Mesotherapy has become popular in the world and in our country for the last 15 years. In recent years, the variety of products to be injected under the skin has been increasing rapidly. It can be used for mesolifting and antiaging, which is basically the process of stimulating the subcutaneous and subcutaneous connective tissue with very fine-tipped needles, skin rejuvenation, skin tightening, and repairing the loss of elasticity in the skin that occurs with aging due to the loss of collagen elastin and fibrin on the face over time. These products used are among the basic components of the body, which are produced by the completely natural body in its own organic structure, but the amount of which decreases over time.
Treatments Used by Mesotherapy
- Spot Depigmentation Treatment
- Acne (Pimple) Treatment
- Under Eye Bruise Treatment
- Cellulite Treatment
- Injection Lipolysis Treatment
- Hair Loss Treatment
- Facial Tightening Treatment
- Skin Rejuvenation with Salmon DNA Treatment
- Skin Rejuvenation with PRP Treatment
- Scar and Stretch Mark Treatment
What are the conditions in which mesotherapy should be done?
Even though mesotherapy is very thin, it is a procedure that is ultimately performed using a needle, so patients with congenital or acquired bleeding disorders should not have it done. Injected enzymes are metabolized predominantly in the liver, although they are injected locally, and some amount passes into the liver. Those with liver failure, cirrhosis, active hepatitis should not have it done.
How Often Should Mesotherapy Be Done?
Although it varies according to the type of treatment, success is achieved after an average of 4-6 sessions of mesotherapy. Session intervals should be a minimum of 2 weeks, ideally 3-4 weeks. Collagen stimulation peaks on the 21st day.
Can Mesotherapy and Laser Treatments Be Combined?
Today, mesotherapy and laser combinations have made our work easier with the parallel and very rapid development in both fields. While planning treatment in my own patient groups, frankly, I combine these two weapons effectively and appropriately and my patients come to us for health and wellness and sometimes just aesthetic concerns, so that every person can benefit from the latest technology and even science. each individual’s skin is like their own genetic code and there is no standard treatment approach. Even if they are siblings and even very close, everyone’s skin type, pore opening, oily dry or combination skin type is very different from each other. For this, the most suitable combination, the most content of which is well-established in the literature, that is, accepted products and patented laser technology can reach the most optimal results in the appropriate patient in our hands.