Hand Volume Filler Injections



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Enhance Your Look with Hand Rejuvenation in Beverly Hills

Filler injections to the back of the hands are a non-surgical technique to restore volume and youth to aging hands using dermal fillers. This hand rejuvenation treatment conceals the underlying tendons and blood vessels that become more prominent as you age.

Hand volume filler injections add volume to the spaces in the wrinkled areas of the hand. A hand filler treatment at Nazarian Plastic Surgery will rejuvenate the skin at the back of the hands for a more youthful appearance.

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What are Hand Volume Filler Injections?

Hand Volume Filler Injections are a treatment form used to reverse the signs of aging on the hand. These fillers add volume to the back of the hand, increase skin elasticity, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles—making your hands look fresher and more youthful.

Hand Volume Filler Injections deal with the intrinsic aging factors of the hand, including loss of elasticity and a reduction in underlying tissues. The Dermal fillers are injected into the subcutaneous layer of the hand. These injections restore the volume in the back of the hand and make the hand look youthful.

Our expert practitioners use a variety of fillers to execute this procedure, including:
  • Radiesse®: the first FDA-approved hand filler to restore volume and conceal veins on the aging hand. Its active ingredient is calcium hydroxylapatite. Radiesse usually lasts for a minimum of 8 months.
  • Restylane Lyft: a hyaluronic acid-based filler commonly known as a facial filler. It was FDA-approved in 2018 as a hand filler—it is an effective and safe way to restore the volume of the back of the hand.

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Hand Volume Filler Injections Benefits

With many commendations for Hand Volume Filler Injections, it is quickly becoming a standard procedure. The substantial results and ease of the process encouraged many individuals to include this treatment in their journey to a holistic, youthful look.

If you’re still unsure if this is for you, here are a few reasons to consider hand volume injections.

What Results to Expect:

  • Smoothes The Wrinkles on The Hand
  • Covers Underlying Structures
  • Skin Looks Natural
  • Durable Results
  • Immediate Results
  • Quick Procedure
  • Little Recovery Time
  • Minimal Risk of Scarring
  • Safe Procedure

How Long Will Results Last?

Hand Volume Filler Injections last about 12 months. They can be made to last longer by:
  • Maintenance Treatments
  • Avoiding Excessive Exposure To Sunlight
  • Other Anti-Aging Products And Procedures
  • Proper Skincare

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Hand Volume Filler Injections Cost & Pricing Structure

Hand Volume Filler Injections are usually priced per syringe. For the procedure, you would typically need 2 to 3 syringes (averagely one syringe per hand). The prices of Hand filler injections vary based on the filler used, the health professional's expertise, the duration of the chosen procedure, and the geographical location.
  • US National Average: $650-$5,000
  • Our Price: Costs can vary depending on the specific circumstances, but our team is happy to provide estimates when you contact us.
  • Additional Costs: There are no additional costs.
  • Insurance: Most insurance companies don’t take care of cosmetic procedures. We make several payment options available to make payment convenient.

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How the Procedure Works

Hand Volume Filler Injections are a quick and effective method to restore volume and integrity to aging hands. It takes place in-office and does not require an extensive recovery time.

Before & Preparation

The procedure starts with a consultation with one of our experienced practitioners. Our experts will do the following on your visit to begin the process:

  • Explore your desires and help you pick workable goals.
  • Give you further information on how the procedure works.
  • Ask questions to determine your candidacy.
  • Your provider will advise you to avoid alcohol 24 hours before your treatment to prevent extra bruising.
  • One week before the procedure, avoid over-the-counter blood thinners like aspirin, Ibuprofen, Ginkgo Biloba, etc.

During the Procedure

  • Duration: 20 to 30 minutes
  • Site of Injection: backs of the hands
  • Needle Used: ½ Inch Needles or Blunt-tipped Cannulas.
  • Pain: Slight pain. Before the appointment, you can inform your provider if you want a local anesthetic to minimize discomfort or pre-numb the treatment area(s) with Zensa.
  • Step-by-Step Guide:
    • The injector will apply topical lidocaine liberally and wait 20 minutes before he starts.
    • Our expert will clean the site for injection properly before he begins with the injection.
    • Our expert will inject into the four dorsal web spaces by tenting the skin and injecting the filler into the skin.
    • Your provider will massage your hand to distribute the fillers evenly across the hand.
    • The injector may do a cold compress to limit bruising and swelling.

Aftercare & Recovery

Here are a few things to do after treatment:

  • Apply a cold compress for 5 minutes several times on the first day to help resolve the swelling.
  • Stay Hydrated.
  • Avoid any excess pressure for the first 48 hours.
  • Avoid alcohol, caffeine, high-sodium foods, and cigarettes 24-48 hours after your treatment.
  • Avoid Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Ginkgo Biloba, and other anti-inflammatory drugs at least three days post-procedure.
  • Avoid cosmetic treatments like ultrasound, peels, or lasers for at least two weeks following the treatment.
  • Use Arnica to soothe and help with discomfort or redness following the procedure.
  • Avoid strenuous exercise and activities that will cause excessive sweating.

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Treatment Areas

This procedure is strictly for the dorsum of the hand. It increases the volume of the hand and makes it look full and more youthful.

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Am I a Good Candidate for Hand Volume Filler Injections?

The ideal candidate for this procedure:
  • Age: 18-64 yrs
  • BMI: <30
  • Lifestyle: Active
  • Desire: Renewal of the Volume of the back of the hand

The following may make you ineligible for Hand Volume Filler Injection treatment:
  • If you’re on blood thinners and anticholinergics
  • If there is immunosuppression
  • If you have coagulopathies
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • If you have multiple allergies
  • If you have cold sores
  • If you have a history of neuromuscular diseases— like Multiple Sclerosis

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Similar & Related Procedures

  • Fat Transfer: Fat Transfer Procedure involves taking fat tissues from other parts of the body (mainly the knee, thigh, etc.) and injecting them into the back of the hand.
  • Laser Therapy: Laser Therapy reduces telltale signs of aging. Fractional lasers can correct sun damage but are not as suited for volume correction.
  • Chemical Peels: a non-invasive skin resurfacing treatment where the outermost layer of the epidermis is removed. It can improve the tone and texture of the hands but is unsuitable for treating volume loss.

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Side Effects & Risks

Here are a few side effects and risks of using Hand Volume Filler Injections:
  • Pain
  • Redness
  • Lumps
  • Allergic Reaction
  • Bruising
  • Bleeding From Injection Site
  • Swelling
  • Infection of Injection Site
  • Loss of Sensation Owing To Nerve Damage

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Hand Volume Filler Injections Reviews

“I'm a huge fan of Dr. Nazarian and her whole staff! I recently had my hands rejuvenated in her office and they look amazing! They removed the age spots and then injected a filler. Before my hands had lots of spots and had prominent veins. Now they look like my hands years ago!”

Lisa M.
North Hollywood, CA

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Dr Sheila Nazarian Plastic Surgeon

Hand Fillers are a very proficient way of adding volume to your hands. With these, you can restore full volume to the hands and your veins well concealed. There are other methods of increasing hand volume, but they are more complex and expensive.

Usually, hand fillers last for 12 to 18 months. Several things affect this result, ranging from your body’s rate of breaking the fillers down to how much ‘wear and tear’ your hand undergoes.

Because of the materials with which these fillers are made, almost anybody is a suitable candidate for this. Anyone who desires to have their hands look younger, and fuller is a good candidate for Hand Volume Filler Injection.

Yes, they do. Directly after treatment, the fillers may feel stiff or lumpy to the touch. This feeling is expected as part of the body’s adjustment process. The fillers settle in and feel more natural within a week of treatment.

It is normal to notice swelling following hand volume filler procedures— it usually resolves within a few days. It is most apparent within the first two days after treatment. It progressively resolves, and the swelling is almost completely gone by the third day.

Yes, at Nazarian Plastic Surgery and Spa26 we offer financing through third-party providers, Care Credit and Lending USA , both which offer our patient 0% interest for up to 6 months!

At Nazarian Plastic Surgery, we have built a state of the art certified surgical center located right in our office to ensure patients have the most comfortable experience while undergoing any surgical procedures.

Our philosophy at Nazarian Plastic Surgery and Spa26 is to provide our patients with the most natural looking results. Our goal is to not change the way our patients look, however to help them become a better version of themselves!

We do not accept any type of insurance at our practice, however we do accept financing options through third party providers, Care Credit and LendingUSA both which offer 0% interest for up to 6 months!

All of the providers at our office come to us with years of experience in the cosmetic industry as well as have been personally trained by Dr. Sheila Nazarian to ensure similar techniques and results are performed.

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