Three ways to make your hands smoother, healthier and younger looking

Posted on April 18, 2014 by

As time goes on, you’ll most likely begin to see the effects of aging not just in your face, but in your hands as well. Many patients try to treat this problem using topical creams that they purchase at a drugstore, and while this may have some effect on wrinkles, spots and dry skin, it’s unlikely to produce the same results as the best plastic surgeons in Miami.

In Beauty World News, Dr. Peter Geldner, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Chicago, recently provided some tips on how patients can achieve healthier, younger looking skin on their hands:

  • For brown spots, Geldner first recommends trying a daily application of hydroquinone cream. If this doesn’t work, one solution may be to consult with a plastic surgeon in Miami and have them perform microdermabrasion, which will remove the top layer of skin.
  • To eliminate bony hands, he suggests that patients have a fat transfer procedure performed. This involves filling in the spaces between the bones and tendons with soft tissue. Patients typically experience these problems when they have been exposed to higher amounts of sunlight.
  • Wrinkles and pigmentation problems may demand a low-TCA chemical peel, as this is typically used for discoloration problems. Geldner also recommends regular use of a good hand cream that contains glycolic acid, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Beta-carotene.

It’s important to remember that plastic surgery solutions will vary from patient to patient, and there is no one-size-fits-all procedure that will work in every case. At Christopher Craft Cosmetic Surgery, our board-certified surgeons will tailor their treatment to your specific needs and expectations, so that you end up with a result that is more than satisfactory. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!

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