Mesotherapy Injections

Mesotherapy Injections are usually given with tiny small-bore small needles. The injections go to a depth of a few millimeters below the skin, to a part of fat and combinatorial tissue called the mesoderm. Patients describe Mesotherapy Shots to be relatively simple when compared to typical injections. The amount of pain felt is determined by each patient’s pain threshold and whether a local anesthetic can be used during the method. Injections are said to think that a brief losing sensation, an ant attack, or a bee tingle. The number of shots given is determined by the life long treatment, which in turn is determined by the region being treated and the degree of the condition. Just about all mesotherapy treatments range from four to ten classes. Each session is typically one to two several weeks apart. mesotherapy cocktail

Compounds that are injected rely upon what condition is being treated. Extremely often, mesotherapists add the active compound to treat a particular condition to a base containing local anesthetic and a substance that produces blood vessels in the area to dilate. This helps reduce pain, and increases local flow in the area to allow the active mixture to reach its focus on cells. The actual substances themselves may be fat burning agents, vitamins, muscle relaxants, enzymes, hormones, or some other substance. While the US Fda has approved almost all of these compounds for use on humans, they are not approved use with mesotherapy because mesotherapy itself is not considered an official part of allopathic medicine in the US. 

Like any other injections, Mesotherapy Injections hold the likelihood of part effects including infection, local allergic reactions, bruising, lump and pain. Infections are usually caused by non-sterile injection practices, and are usually more common among patients of unlicensed mesotherapy practitioners.