You may notice that as you age your hands develop brown spots and your skin becomes thinner. They may also lose volume. Dr. Cho offers surgical and non-surgical hand rejuvenation options to help restore a more youthful look to your hands and correct medical problems.
Hand Rejuvenation Procedure Overview
Some possible hand rejuvenation treatments that may be recommended by Dr. Cho may include dermal fillers or fat grafts to increase the volume of your hands. Other options are laser resurfacing or IPL treatments to reduce brown spots, age spots and sunspots. These treatments help stimulate collagen for a more youthful look. Hand rejuvenation surgery is typically performed in cases of trauma, tumor resection or acquired conditions.
Hand rejuvenation is a custom procedure with many options to give your hands a more youthful look and correct damage. A combination of hand rejuvenation treatments may be performed during one appointment or over several appointments to achieve your desired goals. There are many surgical hand rejuvenation techniques that can be used to treat hand injuries, diseases, disorders or congenital defects. The goal is to restore or improve form and function of the hands and fingers.
Hand rejuvenation treatments can reduce wrinkles, minimize prominent veins, improve your skin tone and fade your brown spots. These issues become prominent on your hands because they are exposed to damaging sunlight every day. Your hands have thinner skin than other parts of your body as well as less fat that can hide wrinkles. Dr. Cho May use a combination of treatments to achieve your goals.
Alternative hand rejuvenation procedures include injectable dermal fillers to plump the hands, sclerotherapy to close the veins with an injectable solution and laser treatments to smooth out wrinkles, boost elasticity and fade dark spots.
Hand rejuvenation surgery carries a risk of infection, blood clots and a loss of feeling or range of motion. There is also a risk of an adverse reaction to general anesthesia.
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