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Mesotherapy is used in anti-aging cosmetic medicine to treat hair loss and rejuvenate the skin of the face and body. It uses micro injections containing vitamins, nutrients, enzymes, hyaluronic acid and growth factors such as platelet rich plasma.
The effects and benefits of mesotherapy range from pain management in sports medicine to the treatment of acne scars, smoothing wrinkles and treating genetic or post-pregnancy hair loss.
Mesotherapy can be combined with hyaluronic acid, botox or botulinum toxin injections and skin boosters to treat wrinkles and restore volume to the face, neck, décolleté and body.
This medical information sheet was written in June 2021 by Dr. Ralph ABBOU and Dr. Rachel PESSIS who are two plastic surgeons in Paris in the 16th district.
Here are examples of before and after photos of a mesotherapy treatment cycle in our office in Paris, in the 16th district.
To treat alopecia or hair loss, natural plant extracts, vitamins and growth factors (platelet-rich plasma) can be injected for tissue repair. The treatment improves blood circulation, provides nutrients to the hair and corrects hormonal imbalances around the hair follicle.
Mesotherapy consists of injecting medications, growth factors, vitamins and minerals into the area to be treated through micro-injections that will directly target the area to be treated.
The objectives of this operation can be multiple:
Mesotherapy is for patients who wish to improve their skin quality, treat superficial wrinkles, treat hair loss, improve scars, treat muscle and tendon pain, obtain an anti-aging effect, tone the buttocks and stomach or treat cellulite.
Prior to any surgery, an initial cosmetic medicine consultation with your plastic surgeon is performed to establish a precise diagnosis of your skin quality and hair loss.
During this consultation, you will obtain medical information and understand how the protocol works.
Mesotherapy consists of three different local injection techniques that treat the skin at three different levels:
These three techniques have different objectives because they reach different depths of the skin. Depending on the patient and the quality of the skin, we need to use one, two or all three. For this reason, we recommend a global diagnosis:
There are many reasons to perform this procedure in aesthetic medicine:
It also acts through the mechanical action of micropicks and could be considered as a stimulotherapy.
There are many “anti-aging” treatments. The indications will depend on various factors such as the area to be treated, the stage of aging and the type of skin.
Mesolift is a facial mesotherapy technique. The solutions containing hyaluronic acid are the most effective. They produce the most visible effects when injected into the dermal-epidermal junction or the superficial dermis.
The neologism “MesoBotox” is used to express another way of practicing the “botulinum toxin” injection. One criterion of absolute importance is the mobility of the face. When we talk about anatomy, we can certainly say that movement is part of natural beauty.
When performing the ‘Mesobotox’, the botulinum toxin injection technique corresponds to the criteria of mesotherapy injection. The intradermal injections are performed in the middle dermis at a depth of 13 mm.
After a mesotherapy session, you may experience moderate pain, tenderness, itching, redness, rash and bruising. These side effects are short-lived and all returns to normal within a few hours.
Your skin is moisturized, enlarged pores disappear and your face has a new radiance.
The result is stable 15 days after your session.
Mesotherapy is not covered by social security.
|On the face||From 300 € per session|
|On the body||From 300 € per session|
|Mésolift||From 300 € per session|
|Mésobotox||From 350 € per session|
|PRP Mesotherapy for hair||From 300 € per session|
PRP mesotherapy is only possible in cases of pathological hair loss diagnosed by your physician or dermatologist.
Our protocol includes three to four sessions depending on your case and the desired effectiveness.
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is a non-surgical treatment for hair loss in which platelets extracted from your own blood are injected into areas of your scalp. Research to date shows that PRP is effective for both age-related loss and alopecia areata, a condition that causes hair loss in young, healthy people.
It is considered a safe and less invasive alternative treatment option to surgery. PRP mesotherapy can stimulate follicles, slow down hair loss and help grow new hair.
The platelets in your blood play a role in clotting and healing. They are the cells that contain the cell signaling agents that control the rejuvenation and healing systems of the body’s tissues. Plasma is the blood fluid that carries platelets, as well as red and white blood cells.
During a PRP procedure, the doctor separates the platelets from your blood and processes them to concentrate the growth factors. Once injected into your scalp, PRP increases blood flow to the hair follicles, stimulates the growth of new follicles and lengthens the anagen (active) phase of the hair cycle to promote new hair growth.
Today, physicians use it for a variety of medical applications, including rheumatology, orthopedic surgery to treat osteoarthritis and joints, and chronic wounds. In cosmetic surgery, PRP is approved to treat aging skin and hair loss.
When talking about cellulite, it is important to remember that cellulite and localized fat are two different things.
Cellulite occurs in the superficial subcutaneous layer of the skin.
Excess fat, on the other hand, occurs in the subcutaneous tissue and is therefore not strictly relevant to mesotherapy. The treatment of excess fat is possible through liposuction.
The objective is to adapt a specific treatment to each form of cellulite.
We have set up a specific protocol for each type of cellulite.