Besides the face and neck, hands are one of the first places on the body to show signs of aging. Hands are susceptible to sun damage, wrinkling, and developing prominent veins or loose skin that can make you appear older than you are.
A number of cosmetic procedures are available to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and loose skin and to improve the overall texture and quality of the skin.
Hand rejuvenation is appropriate for almost any patient as long as they are in good overall health.
Most patients undergoing these treatments do so for the following reasons:
The majority of procedures used to restore the youthful appearance of hands are minimally invasive.
may be injected at multiple locations on the hand to add volume and reduce the appearance of veins and protruding bones.
involves injecting a solution into the vein that will cause it to shrink. After treatment, the vein will gradually turn white and disappear.
use light to coagulate blood vessels so that they can be absorbed by the body. Laser treatments work best on small to medium blood vessels.
reduce the appearance of irregular pigmentation, discoloration, and superficial wrinkles. Chemical peels work by causing controlled damaged to the top layer of skin. The new skin that emerges looks smoother and more youthful
use beams of high-intensity light to damage the top layers of the skin. New, healthy-looking skin emerges naturally as part of the healing process.
Patients interested in hand rejuvenation should consult our team of experts: Dr. Hal Weitzbuch, a board-certified Calabasas dermatologist, Tina Malcolm, RN, and Emily Craft, FNP, at the Calabasas Dermatology Center to determine which procedure will be most effective in helping you achieve your desired cosmetic goals.
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