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What is the downtime?

After the treatment, you may experience mild redness, bruising and and/or swelling which resolves itself in 24-48 hours. Regular activity can be resumed the next day.

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How many sessions do I need?

Although it depends on the condition of your skin and the results you’re looking to achieve, Mesotherapy is most effective over a course of 4-6 treatments at 2-4 week intervals.

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How does Mesotherapy work?

The procedure involves superficial injections directly into the epidermis and mesoderm (middle layer) this helps to nourish and rejuvenate, boost cell activity and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.

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How long will the effects of the treatment last?

You will notice improvement with a single procedure, but on average you will need 1-2 treatments 6-8 weeks apart for optimal results that last 8-9 months.

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Does the treatment hurt?

A numbing cream will be applied on your skin so you shouldn’t feel anything more than mild discomfort.

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What is the downtime?

After the treatment, you may experience mild redness, bruising and and/or swelling which resolves itself in 24-48 hours. Regular activity can be resumed the next day.

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What can I expect from the procedure?

Just a few short weeks after the procedure, the newly formed collagen will generate more healthy cells underneath the skin. That is when you will begin to see improvement in the skin quality, color and texture.

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Should I be monitored throughout my pregnancy?

If you are currently pregnant it is important to seek regular medical advice and assistance. There are various conditions which can affect pregnant women, such as gestational diabetes or pre-eclampsia, and you should be monitored for these to ensure they...

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Are gynaecology examinations painful?

Many women worry that intimate examinations will hurt or cause discomfort. Our doctors recognise the anxiety associated with these types of examinations and will do everything they can to minimise your discomfort. If you feel nervous or anxious, be sure...

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Should I visit a gynaecologist if I am not sexually active?

Gynaecological issues can affect women regardless of whether they’re sexually active or not. If you are experiencing any symptoms, such as pain in the genital area or abdomen, irregular bleeding, absent periods or excessive pain during your menstrual cycle, you...

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