How Are Hand Rejuvenation Procedures Performed?
Hand rejuvenation procedures can be grouped under three headings: replacing the lost fat tissue under the skin, improving skin quality and eliminating blemishes.
Fat injections: The fat tissue taken from the body is subjected to certain processes and intensified and given to the back of the hand. While the soft tissue loss is repaired with the given adipose tissue, the stem cells in the condensed adipose tissue allow the tissues to repair and renew themselves.
Filling applications: Filling application, which is an easier process, can be preferred instead of fat injection. Hyaluronic acid applications are made in the office environment and have a permanence for more than one year.
Skin moisturizing processes: Pure hyaluronic acid injections (Hydrate) are made to moisturize and strengthen the skin that thins and dries over time. Repeating these applications, which are carried out 4 times with two-week intervals, once a year is important in terms of preserving the youth of the hands.
PRP applications: Growth factors are extracted and purified from the blood taken from the patient and injected under the skin. This process allows the tissues to renew themselves. PRP applications can be done alone or together with oil and hyluronic acid applications.
Micro-abrasion: With the help of special tips rotating at high speed, the spots on the back of the hand are removed. This procedure, which is not too painful, is performed in office conditions using numbing creams.
Chemical peeling: Spots and fine wrinkles are removed by peeling the back of the hand with dilute acids.