Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a new method of treatment for revitalising the skin.

It uses very fine microinjections of skin-regenerating substances – generally with the addition of hyaluronic acid – to make the skin look smoother, more toned and more radiant.

Approximately 4 treatments are necessary, carried out at fortnightly intervals.

Following the application of a topical local anaesthetic, the treatment lasts for 20 to 30 minutes.

It is recommended that booster treatments be carried out every six months.

However, it should be pointed out here that deeper wrinkles will remain despite mesotherapy and that this treatment should not be equated with wrinkle filling using "fillers".

Optimally, both procedures can be combined to give outstanding results.

"Vampire" lifts, skin beautification using PRF

So-called "vampire" lifts involve injecting the skin with components of the patient's own blood (plasma). The platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) is extracted from the patient's own blood in a technological process and is injected into the skin using the very finest needles in order to stimulate the production of collagen. In this way, the skin regenerates (after a few days), appearing firmer and more velvety. Better results can be achieved with several (2-5) consecutive treatments 3-4 weeks apart.

Microneedling

Microneedling with extremely fine short needles causes microscopic injuries to the skin, which stimulate the skin to produce new collagen tissue. An increase in the skin's own hyaluronan makes the skin look smoother and firmer. The effect is visible immediately.

Depending on the condition of the skin and the end result desired, several sessions at approx. 4-weekly intervals are required.

 

Membership of professional associations:

International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ästhetisch-Plastische Chirurgie
Deutschen Gesellschaft der Plastischen, Rekonstruktiven und Ästhetischen Chirurgen

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