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Mesotherapy is a medical procedure developed in France by Dr. Michel Pistor in the early 1950's and was given formal recognition by the French Academy of Medicine in 1987. His idea was to attempt to stimulate the mesoderm, or middle layer of the skin, hence Mesotherapy. Approximately 60,000 patients in France receive Mesotherapy treatments annually for a variety of reasons including cellulite elimination, body sculpting, facial and neck skin rejuvenation and as a treatment for hair loss.

Presently Mesotherapy is used by over 15,000 doctors in Europe, the Far and Middle East and South America and has recently been introduced to the United States. Mesotherapy is quickly gaining recognition throughout the U.S. as an accepted aesthetic procedure and a non-surgical alternative to liposuction.

The technique for Mesotherapy involves the injection of substances to stimulate the mesoderm to improve multiple medical and aesthetic conditions. The types of compounds injected into the mesoderm during Mesotherapy depend upon the disease process that is being treated. Natural plant extracts as well as traditional pharmacologic agents are used for the treatments.

Mesotherapy treatments are typically given once per week. As reduction in cellulite is seen, the treatments may be given less frequently, such as once every two weeks, once per month, or even once every six weeks. Most patients notice improvement in only a few sessions, but the average patient requires ten initial sessions given at one week intervals. Patients have noticed definite cellulite reduction and an improved, smoother appearance to their thighs. Some patients have even noticed improvement in the way their clothing fits.

Mesolift (Non-surgical facial rejuvenation)
Mesolift is the technique of using Mesotherapy injections to give you a non-surgical face lift. The Mesolift can reduce wrinkles around the neck, upper chest and the chin area, resulting in a tighter, smoother and younger appearance.

The Mesolift when used in conjunction with Botox and/or Dermal Fillers can give you a virtual face lift without plastic surgery.

Mesotherapy for Hair Loss
Approximately one-third of all women will experience some form of hair loss while 50% of men will experience hair loss by age 50. Alopecia in women is attributed to 3 factors: hormonal changes, genetics and aging.

Mesotherapy replaces the vitamins and minerals that the body loses as we age. The medications used in Mesotherapy increase blood circulation to the scalp and stimulate the hair follicles.


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