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Scalp Mesotherapy

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Abstract

Hair mesotherapy is useful for some scalp diseases. In general reaches good clinical outcomes when conducted by expert dermatologists. Hair mesotherapy is used as an adjunct to conventional treatments for some scalp diseases. As a monotherapy, however, it is indicated when there are contraindications for the well-established treatments or unresponsiveness to them. In general, scalp mesotherapy reaches good clinical outcomes when conducted by an expert professional on that technique.

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  • Hair mesotherapy
  • Hair intradermal therapy
  • Lebel needle
  • Growth factors
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Minotto, R., Vettorato, R. (2020). Scalp Mesotherapy. In: Costa, A. (eds) Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Procedures . Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-78265-2_111

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