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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 subcutaneous fat. Mesotherapy injections allegedly target adipose fat cells, apparently by inducing lipolysis, rupture and cell death among adipocytes.
There are published studies on the clinical treatments and effects of these medications and numerous cocktails of combined chemical compounds on the body have been reported in Europe and South America for several years. There is no conclusive research proof that these chemical compounds work to target adipose (fat cells) specifically. Cell lysis, resulting from the detergent action of deoxycholic, may account for any clinical effect.
In 2012, a French laboratory invented a way to insert a treatment of Mesotherapy into a liquid podlet. This podlet is then plugged into a facial steamer which applies the treatment to the user’s facial pores via steam. This was the first invention of its kind to enable Mesotherapy treatments directly to consumers within their own home.
Mesotherapy treatments have been performed throughout Europe, South America, and more recently the United States for over fifty years. However physicians have expressed concern over the efficacy of mesotherapy, arguing that the treatment hasn’t been studied enough to make a determination. The primary issue is that mesotherapy for the treatment of cosmetic conditions hasn’t been the subject of gold standard clinical trials; however the procedure has been studied for the pain relief of other ailments, such as tendonitis, tendon calcification, dental procedures, cancer, cervicobrachialgia, arthritis, lymphedema, and venous stasis. Further, there have been case series and numerous medical papers on the mesotherapy as a cosmetic treatment, as well as studies that employ the ingredients used in mesotherapy.
The other side of the debate is expressed by Rod Rohrich, M.D., Chairman, Dept. of Plastic Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas: “There is simply no data, no science and no information, to my knowledge, that mesotherapy works.” The American Society of Plastic Surgeons issued a position statement not endorsing mesotherapy, but this non-endorsement is the subject of some controversy. Since mesotherapy isn’t a surgical treatment but, rather, a non-invasive alternative to plastic surgery, the treatment competes with plastic surgery for the same patients.
The FDA cannot control the use of practitioners injecting various mixtures into patient’s bodies because this practice falls under the jurisdiction of state medical boards. This is the case because the mesotherapy is considered a “procedure” by state medical boards. The FDA, on the other hand, is mandated to approve foods, dietary supplements, drugs, vaccines, biological medical products, blood products, medical devices, radiation-emitting devices, veterinary products and cosmetics.
Robin Ashinoff, speaking for the American Academy of Dermatology, says “A simple injection is giving people false hope. Everybody’s looking for a quick fix. But there is no quick fix for fat or fat deposits or for cellulite.” The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery informed its members in February 2005 that “further study is warranted before this technique can be endorsed.”
One day Viscoderm and Skinko Mesotherapy Skin Rejuvination Training for Aesthetic Professionals. This course is open to Level 3 beauty professionals as well as Permanent Makeup Artists with more than 2 years experience. Mesotherapy is injected superficially and not to be confused with deeper injectible treatments done by doctors and nurses. More information and for booking http://www.lorenaoberg.co.uk/contact/training/mesotherapy-training/ Video Rating: / 5
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Hey guys! So I finally bit the bullet and went and booked in a Fractional Mesotherapy Treatment!! I have learned to love my skin a lot more than I used to during and after acne… but I really wanted smooth, plump skin to boost my confidence up! I have 3 more of these treatments to receive so I will be vlogging my experience in this little mini series 🙂 I will also be receiving LED yellow light treatments also, the salon was unsure whether it could be done immediately after the mesotherapy, so hopefully next time I will be able to use one of the four LED treatments i have prepaid for in the package also! Super excited 🙂
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I went to try Mesotherapy, which is known as ‘skin prick rejuvenation’ at the Medicetics clinic in London – and this is what it’s like. My treatment was done by aesthetician Lenka Micenkova.
It’s done with a ‘meso gun’ with a 3mm which isn’t as scary as it looks. The treatment costs from £150. More info on the clinic website, here
I am on a quest to preserve my looks and stay looking young. I am trying all sorts of treatments from cosmetic procedures and treatments available at dermatologist office. I do not believe that over the counter creams work. I will be investigating all types of treatments, lasers, and filler injections.
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The injection of a combination of vitamins and medications into the middle layer of the skin has been practised in continental Europe for some fifty years now, but because the literature has hitherto not been published in English the topic is still surrounded by a great deal of ignorance and prejudice. This atlas from a renowned authorship will document in detail what is involved in the practical techniques of mesotherapy and will be of extreme interest to all practitioners of cosmetic dermatolo
Mesotherapy is among the latest cosmetic weight loss procedures that promise to remove fat. However, despite advice or offer from aesthetic or cosmetic surgeons to perform mestotherapy, not all doctors are sold on this procedure for fat removal, which is still quite new.
The principle of mesotherapy
Mesotherapy is premised on a simple theory which amounts to injecting particular chemicals into fatty areas with the aim in mind of breaking down the fat cells. In the absence of the thin cell membrane, the fat inside the fat cell is distributed to the adjacent part, the extracellular matrix, to be taken in by the blood.
Thus, wherever a cocktail of mesotherapy chemicals is infused, the fat cells disintegrate to release their contents for absorption into the bloodstream. The fat is handled by the liver and kidneys, utilize some of it and excrete the rest later. This results in the apparent reduction in size of the injected areas in a few days to weeks.
A mesotherapy cocktail has two main ingredients – deoxycholate and phosphatidylcholine. Deoxycholate, a bile acid, is among the fat-dissolving molecules in our intestine. It has a detergent action, like breaking down grease to be water soluble, deoxyholate works on the fat to be easily melted and taken into the digestive tract. On the other hand, phosphatidylcholine is a part of the cell membrane that makes it more fluid. A concentrated amount of phosphatidylcholine works together with the fat cells’ membranes and results in their liquefication, enough to easily break down.
The capacity of mesotherapy treatment to melt fat is still debatable. One problem is the significant variance in the chemical components of the mesotherapy cocktails. Mesotherapy injections also include a proprietary combination of minerals, antibiotic, hormones, vitamins, steroids and anesthetics. This creates some difficulty in comparing several treatments when there is no single agreement, as yet, as to which chemical works best.
FDA approval not assurance of effectivity
The mesotherapy cocktail ingredients are FDA-approved, individually, but only a few of mesotherapy chemicals have the FDA stamp of approval as a fat-burning or obesity treatment. So, even if each component may be safe, there is still no FDA endorsement of mesotherapy as effective.
Mesotherapy cocktails are the subject of spirited debate among doctors, aesthetic practitioners, surgeons and alternative health care providers. The debate extends to legislators, in some states there are legislations proposing the ban on mesotherapy.
Side effects of mesotherapy
Besides a slow input of and unimpressive reports on the effectivity of mesotherapy (advocates disclose the complete ineffectivity in 5% of the patients), reports on its side effects are quite disconcerting.
Because the make up of the mesotherapy cocktails vary with each physician, the consequences are not that easy to distinguish.
The most common side effects are no perceivable effects, temporary bruising, skin dimpling (only the injected/mesotherapied area is the area of melted fat) and skin infections.
A single mesotherapy treatment costs around $ 400, evidently not as expensive as a liposuction treatment. Nevertheless, it would take several mesotherapy injections to be able to perceive major results, making the difference in cost not really that disparate.
Liposuction effectiveness in the short and long run is quite well documented. Mesotherapy still has to establish its own track record. If you have to undergo any fat-burning procedure, you should weigh all angles carefully before deciding on just liposuction or mesotherapy.
Surgery,without surgery? Mesotherapy is an old technique that helps men and women to achieve a flatter tummy or a smoother thigh. Dr. Raul Rodriguez, Dallas cosmetic surgeon, reviews how cosmetic mesotherapy is a safe and effective non surgical treatment to help his patients to achieve a flat tummy or flat man’s chest. When treating the lumpy and bumpy of the thighs, Dr. Rodriguez uses different combination of medicine to help break down the strong fibers that cause the unsightly cellulites.
Men and women can be more confident in their bathing suit this Spring with cosmetic mesotherapy treatment. The results do last and it takes a series of sessions.
Dr. Raul Rodriguez has offices in Dallas and Houston. His Dallas’ office number is 214-234-0413 and his Houston’s office number is 713-523-2500.