Our hands can be one of the first places to show our age. After years of wear and inevitable sun exposure, the skin on our hands becomes thinner and will show age more readily. This is common in other areas with thin skin, such as the skin around the eyes, causing crow’s-feet and crepey skin under the eye. Brandon Plastic Surgery offers Radiesse for hands, to help volumize the area for a more youthful look.
What is Radiesse?
Radiesse is a dermal filler that can be used for the rejuvenation of the face and hands, and is created with calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres suspended in a gel. Radiesse provides immediate volume and correction while also providing the long-term benefits of increased collagen production. Over time, your body will metabolize the microspheres and you will be left with the collagen your body produced.
How Does It Improve the Look of Hands?
The results from Radiesse will be evident immediately. Radiesse will improve the appearance of thin skin that exposes the look of veins and wrinkles on the tops of the hands. With Radiesse you will be left with smoother hands, with less visible veins and tendons. For most patients, these results will last one year or longer making it a great option for hand rejuvenation. The treatment also encourages the production of collagen which in the long-term will help improve the quality of the skin on the tops of the hands.
Want to learn more? Schedule a consultation at Brandon Plastic Surgery to learn more about how Radiesse could help your hands look younger and smoother. Many patients are loving the natural-looking results that are offered through Radiesse injections.
Double board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Shienbaum has over 30 years of experience in all forms of Cosmetic Surgery, including Tummy Tuck, Liposuction, Mommy Makeover, Breast Augmentation, and the Brazilian Butt Lift. He serves patients in the entire Tampa Bay area, including Riverview, Lakeland, Brandon, and Tampa, Florida. To find out more about the procedures near you, please visit brandonplasticsurgery.com.