When patients think of aging, they often associate it with the development of fine lines and wrinkles on the face. However, did you know that your hands can also give away your age? Over time, our skin naturally loses collagen and elastin, which often contributes to a youthful appearance. This loss of collagen and elastin can cause the skin on the hands to become thinner and more relaxed. To restore and rejuvenate the appearance of the hands and keep them from giving away one’s age, our team at the Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center encourages patients to consider the benefits of dermal fillers for hand rejuvenation.
What is a dermal filler?
There are a variety of different dermal fillers on the market today that are used for cosmetic purposes by both med spas and dermatologists. Dermal fillers are often formulated with an ingredient own as hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid, or HA, is an element that is used within these gel-like injectables to attract water molecules, adding volume as collagen and elastin once did. In doing so, it adds volume and reduces the appearance of thin and lined hands. The result? Youthful-looking hands that no longer give away your age!
Who is a candidate for dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are appropriate for any adult patients who wants to address volume loss, fine lines, and wrinkles on the face or hands. Dermal fillers are often used for facial wrinkles, but patients are finding the benefits of using them for hand rejuvenation as well—and help patients keep their secret to aging well longer! To determine candidacy, we encourage patients to book an evaluation and initial consultation to discuss viable options.
Discuss the advantages of hand rejuvenation with our team
At the Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center, we encourage patients in the areas of Miami Beach and Hallandale Beach to book an appointment to learn about their options when it comes to rejuvenation of the hands and face to combat the signs of aging. The main office can be reached at (305) 532-4478 and is available for new and existing patients considering aesthetic treatments.