What is the Best Treatment for the Deepest Lines on Hands?
- Asked by Lorena44
- 10 months ago
Hell there, i really hope you can help me. What is the best and i mean best no mucking about treatment for old, too much skin, horizontal and vertical lines on the hands? Im 44 the rest of me is not bad but the hands argh. Im hiding them now. I want the most aggresive treament thats going to show results. While ive never had nice hands, stumpy wide man like lol at least they were unlined! Its seem over 6 months they have gone from, well thats life! To why? Thank you so much in advance.
Best treatment for deep lines on the hands
Lines on the backs of aging hands are almost always due to volume loss. I have found the best treatment for this problem is Radiesse injections. Radiesse is injected beneath the skin and generates more volume to create a much better lifting effect for sagging skin. The unique viscosity and elasticity of Radiesse allow it to be molded to minimize irregularities in contour. Improvement typically lasts 12 to 15 months.
Rejuvenation of the hands with Radiesse, autologous fat transfer and lasers
Rejuvenation of the hands is done equally well with autologous fat transfer or Radiesse injections - you will need 3-4 vials of Radiesse or more to achieve this result. As well, a fractional laser or chemical peel like the Obagi peel may help the texture and pigmentation of the aging hand.
Web reference: http://www.AdvanceYourBeauty.com
Radiesse injections for the back of the hands.
As we age we lose dermal collagen and soft tissue on the back of the hands as well as start showing mottled pigmentation(brown spots). These areas start looking brown, bruised, bony and with more noticeable tendons. The key to rejuvenating and returning the back of the hands is to approach the pigment changes with as series of BBL treatments along with replenishing the dermal and subdermal tissue either with fat transfer or injections of collagen stimulators into that soft tissue space to plump and firm it up. I typically use Radiesse for that purpose. When done well, it will take 10 years off the back of your hands. This is 'off label' use, but has been used for years and works like a charm.
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Would have to examine to help with this one but I would consider a resurfacing laser to undo surface lines and texture and/ or injecting filler such as radiesse to plump up the deep tissue beneath.
Fat grafting + Melarase + CO2 laser for the hands - Los Angeles
A combination treatment of fractional co2 laser + Melarase creams + Fat grafting can rejuvenate the hands. Raffy Karamanoukian, Los Angeles
Web reference: http://www.karemd.com/plastic-surgery/32/fat-transfer.aspx
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