Dr Hamdan offers the different types of MESOTHERAPY modules using the finest and purest ingredients and the latest techniques to achieve the desired goals. Such goals are: Facial Glow, Vitamin replenishment to the facial skin, Localized fat treatment, Cellulite treatment, Alopecia therapy, etc…
ACTHYDERM: Mesotherapy without the needles!
This advanced electroporation system allows for the deep penetration of bioactive ingredients and largemolecule cosmeceuticals that are normally unable to penetrate the outer layers of the skin. Achtyderm was developed and patented by biomedical engineer Dr. Renato Torre of Italy, who, after its spreading success in countries across Europe, decided to introduce the technology to North America in 2004. The Achtyderm treatment is a quick, safe, and pleasant approach to achieving full-body skin nourishment and rejuvenation.
In addition, the delivery of powerful formulations into subcutaneous fat tissue could effectively reduce the appearance and the further development of cellulite. Finally, your skin gets the deep down attention it deserves. Applications include: Anti-aging, firming, cellulite, slimming & body sculpture, breast tone, stretch marks.
Minimally Invasive Procedures
Dr. Hamdan offers the minimally invasive procedures that can be used to bring out the beauty in you without the major downtime of a surgical procedures. These include BOTOX injections to improve on the wrinkles of the forehead, around the eyes, nose and lips, as well as the frown lines. In addition, FILLERS such as RESTYLANE or FAT GRAFTING can be used to give volume to the areas affected by the aging process or just to contour and enhance special areas (Lips, Cheeks, around the nose and lips, as well as back of the hands).
Mesotherapy is a technique which has been used in France for over 50 years, where small amounts of medication, vitamins and supplements are injected into fat and the connective tissue of the skin (called the mesoderm) for many cosmetic and medical purposes including reduction of cellulite and fat. More about: What is Mesotherapy?
An injection is administered just below the surface of the skin at the location of the problem area. It can be used just about anywhere on the body, but is mostly used to treat the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, knees, and ankles.
The mesotherapy injection is a solution of various vitamins, minerals, enzymes, plant extracts, anesthetics, medications and amino acids. The makeup of the solution varies depending on the needs of the patient and the effect desired while allowing for a greater level of safety when issues such as drug interactions and allergies exist.
How many treatments are required before the results are visible?
A treatment cycle could require as few as 4 and as many as 10 treatments or more depending on the size of the area being treated and the results desired.
The procedure has minimal discomfort, but if a patient is sensitive to needles, a mild painkiller, local anesthetic or numbing cream can be used. The discomfort level is often compared to that of waxing.
The primary advantage of Mesotherapy over Liposuction is that it is a non-invasive procedure and therefore does not have the risks and downtime associated with surgery. Liposuction permanently removes the fat cells and is arguably a more permanent solution; however, it is a frequent problem with liposuction to have visibly uneven results which can be treated with Mesotherapy.
Mesotherapy is still relatively new to American market, so cost might vary by city and doctor. A treatment may run anywhere from $350-$600 per area per treatment and a fee may apply for initial consultation.
Packages are available and are more economical when multiple sessions are needed.
The side effects of Mesotherapy are extremely minimal and usually are limited to minor bruising.
There is no need for recovery time and you should be able to return to normal activities immediately.
Patients who make a commitment to maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle following treatment should see their results last. Some patients require some maintenance every six to twelve months.
The original French spelling of the word is mesotherapie, however in the United States it is Mesotherapy. It is often misspelled as mezotherapy, misotherapy, meso therapy or mesatherapy. The correct pronunciation is "mee-zo-therapy."