Fat Transfer or Filler help my hands? (photos)
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Both good options...
Fat transfer will last longer, but is associated with more risks like infection and anesthesia risks. The fillers have less risks but do not last as long and requires injections for maintenance. This will build volume and hide the prominent veins. Then you may need some mild skin resurfacing with IPL or micro-needling.
See an experienced board certified plastic surgeon for best results.
Best wishes, Dr. ALDO
Radiesse to make hands look more youthful
Radiesse is the only filler specifically FDA-approved for improving the hands. While other fillers and fat can be used, Radiesse has the benefit of not only providing long lasting fullness to soften the contour of the tops of the hands, but also, because it is an opaque white gel, of hiding or camouflaging visible vessels and tendons. It won't take away your skin's tendency for bruising but they may be less visible.
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Hand fat transfer
Restylane skinboosters is very good for hand rejuvenation but having carried out hand rejuvenation using Restylane Skinboosters, Radiesse and autologous fat transfer.
Fat grafting is natural and last longer , the only limitation is whether you have enough fat. But really you do not need a lot of fat for hand rejuvenation.
Another plus for hand revitalisation with fat is that you can also put some in the palms.
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Bumps/Veins/Hands/Fillers or Fat?--Hand Rejuvenation with fillers, fat, sclerotherapy
Fillers like Radiesse can be used to increase volume. More permanently you can have fat injected and/or even sclerotherapy of the hand veins. I suggest seeing a cosmetic dermatologist with expertise in hand rejuvenation. Best, Dr. Emer.
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