Mesotherapy is a local treatment that is applied to the area affected by hair loss problems.
It must be planned by the doctor. It is important to remember that hair mesotherapy is not complementary medicine, nor is it alternative medicine. It can be explained as a technique of classical medicine in the known sense.
Hair mesotherapy is performed by applying certain periods to the scalp for reasons such as providing new hair growth, stopping hair loss, improving the quality of existing hair.
The aim of hair mesotherapy is to give the specified drug protocols into the skin with special needles and methods. This application should be done in the form of sessions, not at once, but in periods determined by the doctor.
The most obvious characteristic of this method is that the drug protocols used have very little risk of side effects and have an effective outcome.
Although it is observed that the hair grows again as a result of the applications made, the areas suffering hair loss after six months on average will start to revive.
Who Is Hair Mesotherapy Applied To?
For the patients who have problems with their hair and have the following characteristics, hair mesotherapy can be applied:
- Male pattern hair loss called androgenetic alopecia
- Early treatment in men will give a more effective outcome
- Pull-related hair loss on the forehead
- Hairloss in the aftermath of birth
- General hairloss usually seen in women
- Psoriasis, lichen, some scalp diseases such as seborrheic dermatitis.
Who Is Not Recommended For Hair Mesotherapy?
Although there is no clear opening, it is necessary to pay attention to the application of hair mesotherapy in the following people:
- Pregnant ones,
- Nursing Mothers
- Immunological disease sufferers,
- Cancer patients,
- People with diabetic problems,
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