When you think about cosmetic signs of aging, the face is likely the first body part to come to mind. However, the hands also visibly age, often losing the smooth, supple appearance that they once had. Sunspots, prominent veins, wrinkled skin, and dryness are all common signs of aging in the hands.
If you’re looking to reverse signs of aging in the hands, there are many treatments available to you. While these treatments have different approaches, all of them result in rejuvenated hands that you can feel confident in.
Radiesse is a dermal filler that is commonly used to reduce signs of aging in the face but is just as effective for rejuvenating the hands. In fact, Radiesse is the first FDA-approved dermal filler for both the face and hands. It corrects lost volume and minimizes prominent veins in the back of the hands, giving the hands a smoother, plumper appearance. Plus, Radiesse stimulates your own collagen growth in the hands, which will support a more youthful look for years to come.
Cosmetic hand surgery can be used to rejuvenate aging hands. Hand surgery is tailored to your unique cosmetic concerns but may restore lost volume in the hands, reduce the look of prominent veins, and correct discoloration. Dr. Adams was awarded a fellowship in hand surgery at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital during his medical education and is a leading provider of rejuvenating hand surgery.
DOT (dermal optical thermolysis) therapy is an advanced method of correcting aging, damaged skin. This laser procedure smooths, tightens, and plumps the skin while reducing the appearance of discoloration. It also stimulates new collagen growth, which will help strengthen the skin on your hands for a long-lasting cosmetic improvement. DOT therapy is non-invasive and extremely precise, making it an excellent choice for rejuvenating the hands.
To learn more about our treatment options for aging hands, schedule an appointment with Dr. Adams today.