Mesotherapy is not a complementary medicine or alternative treatment, this is the name of the application of the injected medications intracutaneously or subcutaneously. The purpose of this technique is to bring the wanted areas and the area where the medication were applied closer to each other.
What to expect after mesotherapy?
The treatment helps in a significant slowdown in hair loss, improving the quality of existing hair and new hair growth. Small doses of drugs intended for treatment, are applied to the skin by injection with special needles. This is a treatment that affects locally only the wanted area. Mesotherapy treatment can be applied to the scalp area at certain periods. This method is preferable to other conventional medical treatments because it is a highly effective treatment that uses a small amount of medication that will cause less or no side effects.
Who is suitable for scalp mesotherapy?
Several weeks after the first application one can expect hair improvement. After six weeks, new hair begins to grow again in the thinning areas. It should be taken care to repeat the treatment according to the instructions of the treating clinic or the recommendation of the clinic after hair transplantation. Applications should be repeated at regular periods of time.
Who is eligible for mesotherapy treatment?
Signs of scalp mesotherapy Hair loss pattern in men (androgenic alopecia), starting early treatment is the most effective process in men. Alopecia due to hair stretching (hair loss due to stretching or pulling) Local hereditary alopecia (Sycosis Vulgaris), Postpartum hair loss, Hair loss in a scattered area (general hair loss, more common in women) Some scalp diseases (psoriasis, acne, seborrhea, etc …) Early treatment is effective in men.
Who can not undergo mesotherapy?
Pregnant women, lactating women, immunologically ill, cancer patients, people with diabetes, and those undergoing anticoagulant therapy, are not suitable for mesotherapy treatment.