Mesotherapy uses superficial microinjections to encourage hair growth in the target tissue. The procedure is minimally invasive and can also relieve a variety of scalp symptoms and ailments.
Mesotherapy uses superficial microinjections to encourage hair growth in the target tissue. The procedure is minimally-invasive and stimulates the mesoderm region of the scalp, which can also relieve a variety of symptoms and ailments. The solution injected can be tailored for each individual patient to provide treatment that works for him or her. The solution contains a mix of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, nucleic acids and co-enzymes. When a professional conducts the procedure it is safe and virtually pain free. There is no downtime required after mesotherapy.
Mesotherapy treatment is relatively quick to perform, lasting up to 30 minutes depending on the size and extent of the area being treated. Generally patients will require a minimum of ten sessions to stimulate hair growth. Initially treatment may be needed every two weeks but as the hair rejuvenates, this can be decreased to every three months for maintenance sessions.
After just a few weeks of completing mesotherapy surgery, patients will notice that the thinned patches of hair begin to recover. Many men and women choose mesotherapy over other treatments because there are no side effects and while the treatment is injected, it is less invasive than other options. The injection only accesses up to the mesoderm region of the scalp, resulting in a treatment that is virtually painless, requires no local anaesthetic and doesn’t even need dressing after the procedure is concluded.
Those suffering from androgenetic alopecia are most commonly likely to experience patchy hair loss, progressively thinning hair and balding. Mesotherapy can act as a treatment solution for those that do not want hair transplant surgery, providing a safer, less invasive and less expensive option.
Mesotherapy costs from £200 to £700 per session.
Hair transplantation can help restore hair to balding or thinning areas by harvesting hair follicles from the ‘donor zone’ and implanting them in the area requiring treatment, ‘the recipient site’ . There are both non-surgical and surgical solutions.
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