Types of mesotherapy

There are two types of typical mesotherapy (lipolytic injection) agents, one is Phosphatidyylcholine (PC for short), which has been known for a long time, and the other is deoxycholic acid, whose efficacy has been attracting attention in recent years. The latter comes with a salt form (Sodium Deoxycholate: DC for short) and also known for the ingredient for the famous Kybella.

At our clinic, we prepare both of the above medicines and recommend the optimal treatment method while analyzing the state of fat accumulation in each patient.

Mesotherapy – Fat Dissolving Injection

Mesotherapy is a cosmetic surgery procedure in which the use of chemical substances and plants (phytochemicals) are injected into the subcutaneous layer of the skin. This substance is injected at very small doses, so as not to cause any major negative side effects. The aim of the procedure is to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin in order to eliminate skin wrinkles, bags, sun-spots, sagging and stretch marks.

Mesotherapy is a less invasive procedure than Liposuction. However, both of these procedures are highly effective. Liposuction, in contrast, does not require an incision because the skin is removed through incisions, but this procedure is risky because of the amount of fluid and the depth of the incision. With Mesotherapy, the injection of substances and herbs into the fat under the skin causes it to break down and then be removed from the body by the lymphatic system.

Liposuction is the first surgical procedure for removal of fat. This procedure may be performed on the entire body or on specific areas of the body. It is generally more invasive than Mesotherapy, as it requires the use of general anesthesia. It is also not covered by any insurance plan. In fact, a large percentage of patients seeking treatment for cellulite will undergo Liposuction as well.

Mesotherapy is generally considered safer than Liposuction, although there are some risks associated with the use of chemicals in this procedure. There are several risk factors associated with Mesotherapy:

Mesotherapy can be a little painful for some patients, although patients experience no pain during the procedure. During a mesotherapy session, the doctor will inject substances directly into the body to target the fat that is present under the skin. The process of injecting the substances into the body allows them to be absorbed by the body quickly and efficiently. However, patients should always consult with their doctors before having any type of procedure done.

Minor side effects are rare but can include itching, bruising, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, redness and burning after a Mesotheraphycal injection. A few patients may also experience a change in bowel habits, but these should improve after a couple of days and usually clear up within a week. In more serious cases, patients may suffer from severe side effects.

Because it targets fat, Mesotherapy can sometimes cause damage to other tissues. The damage to the tissue could be permanent. The most common complication to mesotherapy is the formation of scar tissue.

Although Mesotherapy is a relatively new treatment, it has many serious complications that can be quite serious. The main complication associated with Mesotherapy is the risk of infection. This can occur when the skin around the incision becomes inflamed and irritated, making it difficult to heal.

Before surgery can begin, the surgeon will need to take a look at your medical history. This information will help the doctor determine if you are a good candidate for surgery. mesotherapy.

Patients who are obese, have high cholesterol, have diabetes, heart disease, or other health conditions should not have surgery. Mesotherapy can also not be recommended for patients who have a history of cancer. and should not be used in patients who are pregnant. or lactating.

Mesotherapy can also be performed on patients who are suffering from a form of skin cancer, though it is not usually recommended for patients who are pregnant or lactating. There is a chance that some forms of Mesotherapy might be harmful to the unborn baby. If you are a smoker, there is a chance that you could develop lung cancer or an irregular heartbeat during your Mesotherapy sessions. If you have an underlying disease, such as diabetes, kidney disease or heart disease, you should avoid mesotherapy. You should also avoid mesotherapy if you smoke.

Mesotherapy is not recommended for patients who are not seeking to reduce cellulite, because it can not effectively treat the cellulite for cosmetic purposes. In general, mesotherapy should be avoided for people who are looking for fast results. Mesotherapy can also not be used to remove excessive fat from one area of the body.

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