If you’ve decided to retire some of your favorite eye-catching rings and bracelets because you’re self-conscious about how old your hands say you are, then you need to keep reading. We’ve heard from more than one patient lately that they’re becoming self conscious about their hands, and because no matter how much lotion they use, their hands still look older than the rest of them.
Don’t despair, because we have some amazing options to help plump those hands and keep your overall look harmonious. Dermal fillers can be used to help turn back time on those bony hands and fingers! Keep reading to learn about how dermal fillers can help keep your hands as youthful and beautiful as your face.
Dermal Fillers for Aging Hands
Common fillers that use autologous fat, collagen, hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite and poly-L-lactic acid might be great options for the face, but why should we stop there? Did you know that besides the face, hands are the body part that spends the most time in the sun? Couple sun damage with the loss of fat that comes with age and our hands can start looking bony, frail, and just plain old.
Thankfully, dermal fillers can be administered safely into the backs of the hands to plump up the skin and help hide some of the veins, joints, and tendons that give away our age.
Is It Safe?
Dermal fillers are very safe, especially when compared with the alternatives for hand rejuvenation. There’s no risky surgery involved, and so there’s no danger of complications that come along with larger surgeries. The filler is carefully injected into the backs of hands with a small needle, and precisely put where it will make the best impact. Veins, tendons, and joints will all fade back into the background, and your beautiful hands will take center stage.
Dermal fillers should have you back in those eye-catching rings and bracelets in no time! Call us today at (508) 334-5990 to schedule a consultation to learn about dermal fillers to plump the hands and laser treatments to help treat age spots on the backs of your hands.
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