Juvederm Vs Restylane for Hands?

Wich one is better and why

Doctor Answers 3

Focus on the Practitioner Rather than the Product

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Hi Crreyna, and thanks for your question!

Both of the products you've referred to in the above question are hyaluronic-acid dermal fillers, and as such exhibit similar (although not identical) characteristics. If looking for a treatment with HA filler, either product could be used to create great results - what really matters is who is performing the treatment.

I recommend consulting with a well-regarded surgeon or physician in your area who can perform an examination & assessment, discuss potential treatment options for you based on your goals and guide you to choose the most appropriate treatment and product for your hands.

Hope that helps,

Dr Scott.

Hands

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I believe the only filler FDA approved for hand rejuvenation is Radiesse.  I don't use it there but have seen very nice results with it.

Stuart H. Bentkover, MD
Boston Facial Plastic Surgeon

Microdroplet Silikon-1000 injections may be considered for natural-looking, permanent hand rejuvenation.

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As we age, volume is lost in the back of our hands, and this may result in the visualization of unsightly tendons and veins. In my practice, I have had good success with hand rejuvenation using Silikon-1000, an off-label filler for permanent results. Please see attached photo which demonstrates hand rejuvenation with Silikon-1000. I do not have any personal experience with HA products for this purpose.

Hope this helps.

Dr. Joseph

Eric M. Joseph, MD
West Orange Facial Plastic Surgeon
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