Illustrated Atlas of Esthetic Mesotherapy
Active substances | Dosage | Administration
Gerhard Sattler (Editor)
138 pages, 190 colour illustrations, hard-cover edition format: 24 x 30 cm
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Mesotherapy is a simple and effective treatment method. It involves the targeted administration of active medicinal substances into the skin and connective tissue in the form of microinjections. The method was developed more than 50 years ago by Michel Pistor in France, where it is regarded as an established procedure.
The Illustrated Atlas of Esthetic Mesotherapy provides a step-by-step introduction to the practice of mesotherapy, with the help of 165 colour illustrations. Topics including skin rejuvenation (Mesolift), treatment of hair loss (Mesohair) and the treatment of local fat pads and cellulite are demonstrated in detail. The basics section of the book describes the active substances, legal issues, materials and techniques, while the practical section goes into regional methods, pre- and post-treatments and combined therapy options. Photographic case histories confirm the authentic benefits and efficacy of mesotherapy.