Hand Rejuvenation

Hand rejuvenation combines minimally invasive procedures including volume restoration and skin resurfacing. In the current climate where anti-aging procedures such as facelift are common, the hands are neglected and the only remaining telltale sign of age.  Characteristics that are treatable with minimally invasive procedures include the bony appearance, visible tendons, visible/prominent veins along with skin pigmentation changes and wrinkles.

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Who is a candidate for Hand Rejuvenation?

  • Persons with anatomic changes consistent with aging hands both Male and Female
  • Persons with pigmentation, moles, wrinkling and poor skin texture of the hands
  • Persons with skin that has thinned enough to outline bones, tendons and veins in the hand

What methods or procedures are used in Hand Rejuvenation?

  • For volume restoration the 2 primary methods used in our practice are Radiesse and Fat Grafting, which is also known as Fat Transfer.
  • Both procedures are done in the office.
  • For skin resurfacing a Fractionatal CO2 Laser is used to erase the pigmentation changes, smooth rough skin and improve fine wrinkles.

What is Radiesse?

What is Fat Transfer?

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- Real patient

What is the recovery like for Hand Rejuvenation?