As the medical field continues its rapid expansion and technology grows to new heights, body contouring is in higher demand in Pennsylvania and across the nation. Traditional liposuction and other liposuction techniques such as laser liposuction are the usual approaches to body contouring solutions, although other treatment regimens are also available. When diet and exercise fail to remove small pockets of fat, turning to science and medicine is common. Using a mixture of homeopathic medications, traditional medicines and vitamins and minerals, Mesotherapy may be helpful in getting rid of those small pockets of fat that plague patients.
Finding a clinic that offers Mesotherapy may be more difficult than finding a clinic offering some form of liposuction. Patients interested in Mesotherapy should consult their physician and locate a clinic that offers this treatment. A medical professional at such a clinic will be able to answer thoroughly any questions the patient has regarding Mesotherapy.
This non-invasive procedure utilizes injections to treat fatty areas under the chin, arms, abdomen, buttocks and thighs. Mesotherapy may be used to treat sagging skin on other areas of the body as well. This treatment may also be helpful in treating wrinkles on the face. Patients with further questions about areas of the body that may be treated using Mesotherapy should consult a physician that performs the procedure.
The vitamins, minerals and medications used in the injectable solution vary depending on what area is being treated. The solution used to treat fatty areas under the chin will be different from the solution used to treat fatty deposits on the hips. Additionally, the solution used to treat cellulite will differ from the one used to treat wrinkles on the face, and so on.
The medical solutions used in Mesotherapy help to break down the fat cells underneath the skin. The solution causes the membrane of the cell to collapse. What remains of the collapsed fat cell then passes through the blood stream and is removed through the kidneys or bowel. This is a non-invasive solution compared to surgical treatments used for body contouring needs. It leaves no scars, as only injections are needed to perform the treatment.
Any patient that is seeking a treatment for wrinkles, excess fat, sagging skin or cellulite should consult their physician to determine if they are an ideal candidate for Mesotherapy. Determining if the treatment is going to be long lasting is often left up to whether the patient adopts a healthy diet and lifestyle. Mesotherapy may help in preserving the skin from sun damage over the long run, but the overall effectiveness may be limited by age and the elements. Patients with questions about the long term treatment effects of Mesotherapy should consult a physician.
Results are not immediate and may appear over a period of a few weeks to months. Results may begin to appear after 10 to 15 treatments, as is the case of many non-invasive procedures. The area being treated may affect the length in which it takes results to appear. Result times may also vary from patient to patient.
Patients in the Pennsylvania area should consult a physician if they have further questions about this treatment. Interested candidates for Mesotherapy or any medical procedure should look for a clinic that offers high quality service and highly advanced equipment to cater to patient comfort and safety.