The best hand treatment would not be Botox but a filler such as Restylane or Radiesse. This is a highly skilled injection technique and I would be cautious about going to an experienced physician. Best, Dr. Green
I am interested in purchasing Botox for the sole purpose of hiding the veins in my hands. What is the cost per hand? (photo)
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Botox will not help reduce appearance of veins in hands
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Fillers for Hand Rejuvenation
BOTOX relaxes muscles and is not a used to treat the hands.
You would benefit greatly instead from fillers that can plump the tissues and
hide the prominent veins.
Radiesse is a great, quick in-office injectable option that works immediately and can
last for several months(7-9+).
Fat grafting is also a great treatment for this area and can have longer lasting results.
Dr. Pedy Ganchi
Village Plastic Surgery
Thank you for your question and photo. Botox is a neurotoxin that helps relax muscle movement which is what causes wrinkles. Botox would not be your choice for volume loss. If you are wanting more volume in your hands its best to use a dermal filler such as radiesse or juvederm. You should consult with a board certified plastic surgeon to find your best treatment plan. Best of luck
#Fillers are Best for Hand #Rejuventaion
Veins in hand and Botox?
Volumizing Fillers Work Well For Nonsurgical Hand Rejuvenation
Volumizing fillers, such as Radiesse Plus and Voluma XC, which I typically use for this purpose in my Manhattan practice, and Stylage XXL and Emervel Volume that I opt for in my Israel satellite facility where a far greater number of regulatory agency approved fillers and volumizers are available work well for this purpose. The object of volumization is to restore sufficient fullness to the backs of the hands to mask both the blood vessels and the tendons that become prominent with the passage of time owing to fat loss. In experienced hands, the procedure should takes only about five minutes or so per hand.
Fees vary according to location. Some physicians charge according to the particular material injected and the number of syringes of that material used. Others, including myself, charge a fixed fee according to the job, no matter how many syringes are needed, which may run about 1500-1200, depending upon the particular material selected to achieve optimal results.
Dermal filler is the answer
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