Dr. Zahra Gardeshi: What is mesotherapy? A better definition of mesotherapy in the language of a young Iranian doctor

Mesotherapy is one of the topical skin treatment methods that has various applications. A world-famous method that can help treat dehydration, superficial wrinkles, cellulite and hair loss

This treatment has a long history in traditional and modern medicine. The first uses of this method date back to the 12th century AD and France

Today, mesotherapy is one of the most popular treatment and rejuvenation methods in the world, especially in Europe. Of course, in countries like Britain or the United States, it is not as popular as France, but it is well known

The benefits of mesotherapy can be divided into two parts, one is the benefits of the material injected into the skin and the other is the effect of the very small holes created by the needle

So far we have seen that mesotherapy is a special way to access the dermis or the middle layer of the skin. Normally the epidermis or epidermis completely covers the skin and rarely anything passes through it….

Of course, there are needle free methods for mesotherapy that have a different mechanism. However, very thin and short needles are commonly used for mesotherapy.

Biography of Doctor Zahra Gardeshi

Zahra Gardeshi’s birth came as a blessing to her compatriots, who sought a professional doctor to visit when different diseases were attacking them. She was born on the 17th of May in 1987 and grew up in Iran, where she proved to be a natural scholar.  

Dr. Gardeshi was fascinated by the human body and its functions from a young age. Her mother recalls mediating over friend disputes after Dr. Gardeshi took her friend’s dolls apart but could not put them together again. Her favorite game was operating, and she could soon name all the body parts it featured.

As soon as she could read, Dr. Gardeshi became curious about books concerning the body. She never developed a taste for fiction, preferring to devote herself to comprehending what makes people beat.  

After graduating from high school and taking the Iranian University Entrance Exam, Dr. Gardeshi was among a few top students to be accepted to study medicine at the university. 

It was not easy. She had to balance her studies with part-time work at a local clinic, where she volunteered. However, her hard work and sacrifice resulted in her graduating as an experienced general partitioner in 2013.  

The newly graduated Dr. Gardeshi opened a GP office for diagnosing and examining in Shiraz, a city known for its perfect medical treatment. 

She did not limit herself to mere working at her office; instead, Dr. Gardeshi participated in as many workshops as possible, including national and international conferences, mainly on beauty and health. The numerous certificates she gained reflect the high qualification of Dr. Gardeshi in a wide range of specializations as she spent a lot of time learning micro-needling, training of operation with IPL, RF, E-LIGH, and Cavitation, skincare, ART Amino Acid Replacement Therapy, Neurotoxin, and filler injections.  It would take a lot of dedication and study, but she wanted to become unrivaled among her colleagues.

The next few years are challenging, but Dr. Gardeshi will remain focused on her dream. Today she is one of the country’s top GPs with a busy practice in Shiraz, Iran.





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