The Effectiveness of Mesotherapy
In today’s fast growing field of cosmetic surgery, mesotherapy is a rising star among liposuction alternatives as a solution for handling difficult cellulite deposits. The fact is that when you undergo a cosmetic procedure like liposculpture, no matter how effective the body shaping is done, deposits of cellulite are left behind, even to the extent of being more prominent on the skin. Mesotherapy targets those troubled areas by treating the cellulite directly and promoting smoother skin. Fat deposits are flushed out of your system and with a regiment of diet and exercise your body will keep its new shape for years.
Mesotherapy does not require hospitalization like other liposuction techniques. There is no need for anesthesia and there is very little downtime after the procedure. Unlike the bruising and soreness from using a cannula in traditional operations, mesotherapy is a medical procedure that uses injections to targeted areas to dissolve away fat and cellulite. These injections combine natural ingredients like vitamins and minerals with proprietary homeopathic medicines with the only side effects coming from allergic reactions to the exact compounds of the injections. Each procedure takes only a few minutes and a patient can expect around 5 to 15 treatments spaced out around every two weeks to get the best results. These results last at least a year with the right amount of diet and exercise. It is important to realize that any additional weight added to the body can quickly undo the effects of mesotherapy.
Compared to other forms of cosmetic surgery, mesotherapy can be overall cheaper and more effective. An average treatment can run around $300 per treatment area and can increase if topical numbing creams are needed. The injections have about the same pain tolerance as any injection so there is no need for any type of anesthesia which makes this procedure so popular.
As with any type of medical process, there is always an assumption of risk. The most common complaints are allergic reactions, numbness, and swelling, but these are relatively less frequent compared to procedures that involve cannulas. As with any surgical procedure, prepare well in advance. Make sure that your mesotherapy physician has been certified by a board of plastic surgeons and has plenty of experience with this technique.