For those who find liposuction to be “too much”, or
those who have already had liposuction, and now find fat depositing
in other areas as well as cellulite that is now worse than before,
mesotherapy is a noninvasive technique that allows for fat loss,
and body contouring.
Mesotherapy is one of the most popular and most successful alternatives
to plastic surgery for dramatically reducing cellulite and reshaping
those infamous problem areas. Why is it so popular? Because it works!
It promotes weight loss, body sculpting, and targets fat reduction
and rejuvenates the skin of the face, neck, and hands.
Dr. Michel Pistor of France discovered this breakthrough medical
approach in 1952, and Mesotherapy was given formal recognition by
the French Academy of Medicine in 1987.
Over the past 50 years, in excess of 15,000 physicians worldwide
have used a form of mesotherapy daily in their medical practices.
While the procedure has been practiced widely in Europe for years,
Mesotherapy is now available in the United States from a few highly
trained and specialized physicians. Mesotherapy currently represents
the latest breakthrough in fat and cellulite reduction.
Does Mesotherapy Work?
Through the use of microinjections using all FDA approved solutions
given in a proprietary individualized “fat burning”
formula, these injections are given directly into the areas being
treated and can be used to “spot reduce” specific areas
such as love handles, saddlebags, buttocks, arms, double chins,
sagging eyelids, or any area where your body pockets fat.
The fat dissolves and is carried through the bloodstream and excreted
by the kidneys and bowel, leaving a smooth, firmer, and younger
Mesotherapy has been clinically proven to reduce areas of fat and
cellulite that do not typically respond to diet and exercise. Many
experts claim that Mesotherapy is the most successful fat reduction
treatment available today. In addition to fat reduction, the procedure
has been touted for rejuvenating collagen, toning, and tightening
the areas being treated.
Mesotherapy is a safe technique using all FDA approved pharmacological
agents, homeopathic formulas, and natural plant extracts. The medications
have been used successfully in France since 1952 with no known harmful
side effects. Most people will require 5 to 10 sessions to achieve
results. Dieting and exercise will definitely help to maintain the
overall results over the long term.
can have Mesotherapy?
Adults between the ages of 18-75 in good health are candidates for
Mesotherapy. Patients who are pregnant, have severe heart disease,
or are insulin dependent diabetics are not candidates. It is also
not advisable for patients taking certain medications such as those
who have heart arrhythmias, seizures, strokes, or blood clots.