Non-surgical hand rejuvenation

Get smooth, beautiful hands in minutes with fillers

Do you have a jewelry box full of gorgeous rings you never wear because you don’t want to draw attention to your bony, rough or wrinkled hands? A simple, non-surgical treatment may be all you need to get hands you’re proud to show off.

By strategically injecting dermal fillers such as Radiesse, cosmetic surgeon Dr. Samir Pancholi can help restore a smoother, more youthful appearance to your hands. Treatments take only minutes to perform, improvements are immediate, and results can last up to 1 year or longer.

How do injectable fillers work for hand rejuvenation?

As we age, skin loses elasticity and soft tissues lose youthful volume. Beyond our face, one of the most noticeable areas of aging is our hands. Dr. Pancholi can achieve beautiful, natural-looking results for the hands, helping to:

  • Restore youthful volume to thinning tissues
  • Reduce visible veins, bones and tendons
  • Help the hands look smoother and more elegant
  • Improve the appearance of crepey or rough skin

At Cosmetic Surgery of Las Vegas, Dr. Pancholi uses several fillers for hand rejuvenation, including Radiesse. Which filler is best for you will depend on a number of factors, including the degree of aging on your hands, how long-lasting a result you want, and what Dr. Pancholi determines will provide the most natural look for you.

  • Reduced Appearance of Wrinkles and Fine Lines: These treatments can smooth out wrinkles and fine lines, giving the hands a more youthful appearance.
  • Improved Skin Texture and Tone: Non-surgical procedures can enhance the overall texture and tone of the skin on the hands, making it smoother and more even.
  • Volume Restoration: Dermal fillers can restore lost volume to the hands, reducing the prominence of tendons and veins that become more visible with age.
  • Minimized Age Spots and Sun Damage: Treatments like laser therapy and chemical peels can reduce the appearance of age spots, sun damage, and other forms of hyperpigmentation.
  • No Downtime: Unlike surgical options, non-surgical hand rejuvenation typically requires no downtime, allowing individuals to return to their daily activities immediately.
  • Quick and Convenient Procedures: These treatments are usually quick, often completed in less than an hour, making them convenient options for busy individuals.
  • Collagen: A protein in the skin that provides structure and elasticity. Collagen production can be stimulated by certain hand rejuvenation treatments to improve skin texture.
  • Dermal Fillers: Injectable treatments used in hand rejuvenation to restore volume, smooth out wrinkles, and diminish the appearance of veins and tendons.
  • Hand Rejuvenation: Cosmetic procedures aimed at improving the appearance of the hands, often addressing skin laxity, wrinkles, and visible veins.
  • Hyaluronic Acid: A naturally occurring substance in the skin, often used in dermal fillers for hand rejuvenation to add volume and hydration.
  • Intense Pulsed Light (IPL): A light therapy used to treat sun damage, age spots, and uneven skin tone on the hands.
  • Laser Resurfacing: A non-surgical procedure that uses laser technology to improve skin texture and appearance, including on the hands.
  • Minimally-Invasive: Procedures that involve minimal disruption to the body, often requiring only small incisions or no incisions at all, and typically associated with quick recovery times. Used in hand rejuvenation for treatments like dermal fillers.
  • Non-Surgical: Procedures that do not involve incisions or removal of tissue, often with less downtime and lower risk than surgical alternatives.
  • Photoaging: Skin damage caused by prolonged exposure to sunlight, often treated in hand rejuvenation procedures.
  • Radiesse®: A type of dermal filler made of calcium hydroxylapatite, used for volume restoration in hand rejuvenation.
  • Skin Elasticity: The ability of the skin to stretch and return to its original state. Loss of elasticity in the hands can be addressed through rejuvenation techniques.
  • Sun Damage: Harm to the skin caused by prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun, often resulting in age spots and wrinkles on the hands.
  • Vein Reduction: Techniques used to minimize the appearance of prominent veins in the hands, which can be a part of hand rejuvenation treatments.

Why choose Dr. Pancholi for your filler injections?

You would only choose an experienced cosmetic surgeon for facial rejuvenation treatments—why would you choose any differently when it comes to something as important as your hands? At our practice, Dr. Samir Pancholi personally performs all injectable treatments for our patients.

He not only has the experience and aesthetic sensibility needed to get gorgeous results, but just as importantly, his in-depth knowledge of anatomy and surgeon’s precision ensure your safety.

As a diplomate of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Pancholi has undergone extensive formal training in both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures, and has solely performed cosmetic procedures for over 10 years.

What to expect with hand rejuvenation in Las Vegas

Filler treatments for the hands are a very similar process to facial filler injections. After meeting with you to discuss your concerns and confirm your desired results, Dr. Pancholi will then inject a small amount of filler into one or more points on the hands to plump up thinning tissues and help achieve a smooth, natural contour.

Following treatment, you can return to your normal routine with no downtime. You’ll immediately notice that your hands look and feel smoother, and results will continue to improve as the filler settles in. Any side effects, such as redness, tenderness and bruising, are typically mild and temporary. Final results are in place within 2 weeks.

Before & After* Radiesse for Hand Rejuvenation

before and after radiesse
before and after radiesse

*Images used on our site do not guarantee similar results, and your results may vary.

Ready to love your hands again? Contact us for a consultation.

If you want to improve the way your hands look, we can help you get results safely, effectively, and in just a few minutes. Get started with a consultation with Dr. Pancholi to find out if hand rejuvenation with Radiesse injections is right for you.

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