Hand Rejuvenation – Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide & Gold Coast
Ageing hands can be made to look better with Hand Rejuvenation treatments…
Some quick facts about Hand Rejuvenation
- For texture and colouring of your hands we use Lasers, PRP and promote daily skin care.
- For volume loss we use Dermal Fillers (lasts for about 2 years*) and Fat Transfer.
*Disclaimer – results may vary from patient to patient
Our hands are one of the most hardworking parts of our bodies and tend to age quite quickly as a result.
Improving the skin’s texture and colouring is possible with the following treatment options:
- Lasers – can help remove pigmentation and redness.
- PRP – can help thicken thin skin.
- Daily skin care – can help restore glow to the skin.
For more information on each treatment, click on the respective links.
Volume loss in the hands can be addressed with the following treatment options:
- Dermal Fillers – are great at restoring volume to the hands for about 2 years (*Results may vary from patient to patient). Large volumes of Dermal Filler (Usually 2-4 mls) are required for optimal results.
* Results may vary from patient to patient
- Fat Transfer – taking fat from another area of the body and injecting into the hands can give long lasting improvement to address volume loss in the hands.
Do not use this website as a substitute for medical advice or self or other diagnosis. Seek the advice of a medical practitioner.
The examples, predictions, and results offered on this website vary from individual to individual. Results take time. They can be seen in as little as 6 weeks. This time may vary considerably depending on each individual. 6 weeks is a typical example. Results are effected by a number of factors, predominantly the way in which a patient follows instructions post surgery and the manner in which the patient behaves generally post surgery. Diet and exercise play an important part in the health and well being of a patient and in the maintenance of their body shape. Results will also vary purely based on the general make up of each patient and whether they have had surgery previously.