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Hand Rejuvenation

Over time, soft tissue volume in the hands is gradually depleted. As a result, hands can display marked signs of aging - including excessive veins, poor skin turgor, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation - that can make a youthful-appearing face and body seem incongruous.

Dr. Lesesne offers a full range of hand rejuvenation treatments that can help restore lost volume in the hands, minimize the appearance of prominent veins and tendons, improve skin texture and tone, and remove hyperpigmentation or brown spots.

Hand Rejuvenation Treatment Options

Loss of Volume

When hands lose volume, poor turgor is corrected by injecting fat or dermal fillers, such as Radiesse, thus restoring volume and promoting collagen production. Prior to injection, Dr. Lesesne numbs the hands with a local anesthesia. The fat or filler is then injected into the backs of the hands. Some swelling and bruising can occur, but will diminish within 3-5 days.

Brown Spots and Discoloration

Brown spots, known as sun spots or age spots, are unsightly growths on the skin on the backs of the hands, caused by sun exposure and genetics. Dr. Lesesne offers several hand rejuvenation treatment options to correct pigmentation problems. These include our state of the art laser technology, dermabrasion, and chemical peels as well as prescription bleaching creams that can be applied on a daily basis.

Overly Prominent Veins

As the hands lose volume, veins can become more prominent. The appearance of veins can be diminished with sclerotherapy, a technique in which a sclerosing solution is injected with a very fine needle directly into the blood vessel. The solution irritates the lining of the vessel, causing it to swell and stick, a technique that can also be used for spider veins in the leg. Some veins can be removed with tiny incisions under local anesthesia. These procedures usually take under an hour.

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