Aesthetic Medicine

Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a treatment involving the delivery of a therapeutic agent directly to the dermis to improve its quality. Direct nourishing of the skin has an anti-aging effect and may be a perfect complement to plastic surgery procedures.

HA mesotherapy is a method for facial skin rejuvenation using non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid (HA). It is performed by numerous superficial needle insertions with a simultaneous injections on non-stabilized hyaluronic acid. Released from deposits, it significantly improves the hydration of the epidermis and gives the skin a radiant look.

Depending on the condition of the skin, 3-4 treatments need to be performed every 2 weeks, then 3 treatments every month and then follow-up treatments every 3-6 months.

Contraindications

  • taking anticoagulation medications or antiplatelet drugs (aspirin, acetylsalicylic acid, Sintrom, Acenokumarol, Plavix; Fraxiparyna, Clexane, Heparyna);
  • use of pain medication up to 2 days prior to treatment;
  • history of severe allergic reactions;
  • active inflammation on the planned treatment area;
  • active diseases with Koebner’s phenomenon (psoriasis, lichen planus);
  • herpes;
  • planned significant activity of the patient within 72 hours following treatment;
  • unrealistic expectations.