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Mesotherapy – Description

Mesotherapy is a technique of surface injections in the middle layer of the skin which contributes to the hydration and revitalization of the skin. The substances that are injected are vitamins, hyaluronic acid, and our own blood as platelets, the so-called PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma).

Mesotherapy with Hyaluronic Acid is Ideal for hydration of the skin.

What is Platelet Mesotherapy?

Platelet Mesotherapy – PRP:
The technique is simple and completely natural since it is based on a simple blood collection. We are performing the treatment with the best antiseptic conditions in our clinic. The platelets are separated from the patient’s blood in high concentration and then injected into the skin. The treatment is almost painless and the results are visible in two weeks.

Platelet mesotherapy is used in the face as an antiaging technique and should be repeated regularly. PRP is also widely used as a treatment against hair loss.

Preparation before surgery

  1. Photographs of the area are taken.
  2. Classical preoperative check-up includes blood tests, chest X-ray, and cardiac evaluation.
  3. 12 hours before surgery do not eat anything.
  4. 6 hours before surgery do not drink anything.
  5. On the morning of the operation do not take any medication without the anesthesiologist's approval.
  6. Alcohol should be stopped 1 week before surgery.
  7. In the case of general anesthesia, it is necessary to meet with the anesthesiologist before the surgery.
  8. Report previous anesthetic experiences, either positive or negative and inform him/her of any health problems or medication you are taking.
  9. Do not take aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, or herbal supplements 10 days before the surgery, as they increase the possibility of bleeding during and after surgery.
  10. 3 days before the surgery and every day after washing your face or body with medicated soap, depending on the planned surgery.

General Complications after surgery

Complications in plastic surgery operations are not common but it is necessary to be aware of them at the first appointment.

  • Hematoma: A hematoma is the accumulation of blood in the wound.
  • Inflammation: To prevent inflammation, antibiotics are administered during surgery.
  • Poor wound healing: If the incision in the operated site is more prominent than expected, it can be corrected 6 months to a year after surgery with local anesthesia. In some cases, the appearance of keloids is possible where specific treatment is needed.
  • Skin necrosis: It is more likely in heavy smokers.
  • Pulmonary embolism and thrombosis.

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