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What is Mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a technique where the small amounts of medicines and vitamins are injected into the skin to bring their healing affect to the area where it is treated. This phenomenal procedure originated in France in the 1950s and has now spread around the world. Mesotherapy is used in this country primarily for reducing cellulite and fat in unwanted areas as well as for skin rejuvenation. People from all age groups can have this procedure done.

Mesotherapy is fastly replacing the plastic surgery for reducing cellulite and reshaping those infamous problem areas. This is acting as a nice alternate to the costly plastic surgery. While the procedure has been practiced widely in Europe for years, Mesotherapy is now available in the United States from a few highly trained and specialized plastic surgeons.

Uses of Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy can be used to treat the following looks related problems:

  • Elimination of cellulite
  • Promoting weight loss by fat removal
  • Providing anti-aging benefits
  • Elimination of localized fat deposits

Mesotherapy procedure

Mesotherapy is a out patient procedure where you don't need hospitalization. It can be done easily in the office. The procedure is as follows:

  • The desired areas of mesotherapy are injected with the medications/vitamins.
  • This will take about 30-60 minutes depending on the areas treated.
  • There is minimal bruising and swelling and the patient can return to his/her daily activities immediately after the procedure.
  • Generally speaking about the right time for mesotherapy, it should only be used in stage III cellulite treatments.


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