Hi I have manly hands and I would like to know if there's any surgery that would make them smaller they have bulgy veins too is there a way to get rid of those veins?
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Treatment of hand veins - Buffalo Niagara Vein Specialist
Hand veins can be removed by microphlebectomy, sclerotherapy or endovenous laser treatment. The latter is expensive and not necessary in most cases.
There are several colleagues in PR who perform sclerotherapy.
No surgeries I know of to make them smaller. There are options for reducing the vein size. Thank you for your question and good luck with everything.
Sclerotherapy Can Improve Appearance of Hands
For large varicose veins in the hands, I recommend foam sclerotherapy. Two to three treatments should make those veins less visible. This treatment involves a foam sclerosing solution which is injected into the unwanted veins. The sclerosing agent irritates the veins, causing them to collapse and ultimately they are reabsorbed by the body.
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Softening the appearance of hands
Our patients have been extremely happy with Radiesse treatments to the backs of the hands. It helps to smooth the appearance and disguise the prominent tendons and vessels that you may find bothersome or unsightly. Smoother hands can have a much more youthful and feminine appearance.
Treatment for Manly Hands?
Hi San Juan. We have found the results of dermal filler products in the hands to be much easier and the results much more consistent than fat transfer (if we're talking about addressing the vein issue).
We recommend you get a consultation for both, but we would be reaching for Radiesse.
There are a variety of techniques for improving unsightly hands or prominent veins, This includes fillers such as Radiesse or fat to disguise the veins as well as sclerotherapy with polidocanol.
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