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Fillers in Hands?
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Fat Grafting for hands
Not all fat grafting is created equal. Structural fat grafting involves small amounts (less than 0.1 cc at a time) of fat being carefully microinjected in a series of discrete layers to gradually 'build' new soft tissue structure. As there is space between each microinjection, new blood vessels are able to grow into the grafted fat, allowing it to persist. If this process of blood vessel ingrowth (neovascularization) does not occur, then the injected tissue cannot truly be considered a...
Fillers for hands
We are starting to add the first batch of patients on our surgery schedule for revisions from hand injections from Radiesse. Their complaints are of lumpiness that does not go away. Microdroplet fat injection is an option, with the usual pluses and minus of fat injection. IPL treatments of the brown spots and PhotoFacials of the hands, along with microdermabrasion and light TCA peels are all options as well.
Radiesse can produce very nice results in the hands
I think Radiesse is one option to consider. It is readily available, can be performed in the office, and unlike fat, does not need to be overcorrected in order to see a durable result. It usually lasts at least a year, and in many cases longer. It's important to find someone in your area that is comfortable performing this procedure, as it is relatively new. In addition, it can also be combined with a chemical peel to really rejuvenate the appearance of the hands quite nicely. Best of...
Some surgeons are using fat injections to augment the dorsum of the hand to improve the aged appearance. Some doctors use radiesse and juvederm, but lumpiness can happen.
Radiesse is a good option
Radiesse can be injected and gives a good result and will last more than a year. Fat grafting is a better option but it is very surgeon and technique dependent.