Meso - Sculpture
Live Your Way & Melt The Fat Away
Shaping The Body In a Controlled Way . . .
Mesotherapy is a safe, minimally invasive procedure used for body contouring "To Melt Away Fat", and reduce fat and cellulite. Fatty areas, like the abdomen, upper arms, and thighs are often the problem targets.
It involves injecting microscopic quantities of a variety of pharmaceutical agents, natural plant extracts, homeopathic agents, and vitamins into the skin.
Mesotherapy may be effectively used to treat cellulite, weight loss, body sculpting, and rejuvenation of the skin. The technique involves the injection of small amounts of various medications into the mesoderm, the layer of fat and connective tissue under the skin which melts the fat cells.
A series of treatments (5-15) are given spaced one to two weeks apart. Successful visible results, that are usually measured in centimeters, are usually considered long lasting when combined with regular exercise and healthy life style.
- The total number of required treatments will vary for each individual patient.
- The content mixture of the injection varies in accordance with each unique case and specific area to be treated.
Meso-Sculpture Is Ideal For Patients Who:
- Removing small amounts of fat deposits on chest, arms, hips, abdomen, thighs, neck, chin and other “Hard To Get” areas.
- If you find liposuction “Too Much” or “Too Invasive”.
- If you have already had liposuction, but are now finding fat depositing in other areas
How Does Meso-Sculpture Work?
This treatment involves a series of injections which are administered into the layer of fat beneath the skin.
The injection solution contains a mixture of vitamins, minerals, medications, and amino acids.
Mesotherapy reduces excess fat deposits. It also helps to improve lymphatic drainage, blood flow in the circulatory system, and disrupt fibrotic and bands of connective tissue.
Mesotherapy can effectively reduce the appearance of dimpling associated with cellulite. It is commonly used for body sculpting on the belly, chin, hips, thighs, and waist.
How Is The Procedure Done?
The specific formula selected is injected into the mesoderm to treat your condition. The needles penetrate the body at only a very small depth. The number of injections and strength of each medication treatment is determined on an individual basis. Generally, patients require one treatment every seven to fourteen (7 – 14) days depending on the location and size of the area being treated. The injections are made at small distances (1 inch intervals along the affected area) and in small doses per treatment.
In some patients a technique of “multi-pricking” is used where a number of quick, very superficial injections are made at a specific site. “Multi-pricking” is performed by hand or by using a specially designed gun delivery system. Following the injections, the fat is emulsified (Broken Down) into fatty acids and burned off as energy and otherwise metabolized. (The mesotherapy injections are performed by hand or using a specially designed gun delivery system)
The time frame between treatments, combined with small doses per session, provide the opportunity to observe and monitor its effects. The typical mesotherapy microinjection session may require over one hundred pricks to cover the area being treated. As a result, patient with a low threshold for pain, a topical anesthetic skin cream must be used.
The skin of the treated areas becomes hot and red and the myriad of red spots are frequently associated with minimal bleeding (each representing a microinjection site.) The patient usually refers to the appearance of the skin as being bitten by "One Hundred Mosquitoes".
- Reduce the fat in your cellulite (Excess fat deposits)
- Improve impaired circulation (Blood flow in the circulatory system)
- Break down damaged connective tissue (Disrupt fibrotic and bands of connective tissue)
Exclusion criteria are in place and preclude those patients confronted with moderately severe heart disease, diabetes, or those on blood thinners or arrhythmia medications, immune-compromised and/ or organ transplant recipients, and, of course, pregnancy. Cancer patients in remission must be carefully evaluated in conjunction with their personal oncologist's recommendations. With occasional exception, most likely this group is excluded from treatment. Hypertension must be controlled on medication. Every patient should undergo a thorough examination to evaluate their ability to use Mesotherapy safely.