Hand Rejuvenation

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Hand Rejuvenation

Do Your Hands Give Your Age Away?

If your hands are affected by brown spots, “Intense Pulsed Light”, or IPL, is one of several treatment options that can be used to diminish this pigmentation. This light energy based device is attracted to darker pigment and this energy heats up the pigment particles. As they are broken down, these dark pigments quickly surface and fall off.

 

This procedure is quite simple and has no downtime and minimal to no pain. After the treatment, you will need to protect your hands from the sun since sun exposure is the main reason these brown spots occur. Naturally, regular use of sunscreen is a necessary step following all cosmetic procedures.

 

For isolated brown spots on the hands (or face), liquid nitrogen is commonly used as a rapid, simple, and very effective treatment option.

 

Chemical peels have also been used quite successfully by themselves, or in combination with other procedures, to help rejuvenate sun-damaged or aging hands.

 

Because our hands receive so much exposure, they are one of the first places to start showing visible signs of aging such as sun spots, freckles, age spots and precancerous growths. A loss of fatty tissue also occurs, making our hands look bony.

 

Dr. Vallat and his team offer these and other hand rejuvenation treatments, to help restore your hands to a more youthful appearance. At University Dermatology all procedures are personally performed by licensed professionals.

Hand Rejuvenation

Do Your Hands Give Your Age Away?

If your hands are affected by brown spots, “Intense Pulsed Light”, or IPL, is one of several treatment options that can be used to diminish this pigmentation. This light energy based device is attracted to darker pigment and this energy heats up the pigment particles. As they are broken down, these dark pigments quickly surface and fall off.

 

This procedure is quite simple and has no downtime and minimal to no pain. After the treatment, you will need to protect your hands from the sun since sun exposure is the main reason these brown spots occur. Naturally, regular use of sunscreen is a necessary step following all cosmetic procedures.

 

For isolated brown spots on the hands (or face), liquid nitrogen is commonly used as a rapid, simple, and very effective treatment option.

 

Chemical peels have also been used quite successfully by themselves, or in combination with other procedures, to help rejuvenate sun-damaged or aging hands.

 

Because our hands receive so much exposure, they are one of the first places to start showing visible signs of aging such as sun spots, freckles, age spots and precancerous growths. A loss of fatty tissue also occurs, making our hands look bony.

 

Dr. Vallat and his team offer these and other hand rejuvenation treatments, to help restore your hands to a more youthful appearance. At University Dermatology all procedures are personally performed by licensed professionals.

Before and After Photos

At University Dermatology we have a brilliant staff of providers with many years of experience waiting to hear from you. Make an appointment today and let us help you achieve your goals.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Please note the following updates from our practice:

-We already follow strict infection control protocols in our clinic that keep our facilities safe for all patients, and we are continuing to follow these best practices.

-In addition, we have implemented a special COVID-19 preparedness plan and have asked any employees who are feeling sick to remain at home until they are better.

As a patient, you can help us protect the health and well-being of our patients and our community by following these guidelines:

•If you have a fever or are experiencing symptoms of a respiratory infection (e.g., cough, sore throat, fever or difficulty breathing),or history of travel to areas experiencing transmission of COVID-19 or contact with possible COVID-19 patients, please call our office to cancel your appointment.  When you are completely well or had a waiting period, we will do our best to reschedule any cancellations from this time period as soon as possible.

•Plan to come to your scheduled appointment alone, so that there aren't any extra unnecessary people in the office at one time. If you are a new patient, please refer to our website and download the necessary paperwork. If you do not have this information prepared, this could delay your appointment or you may be asked to reschedule your appointment.

•If you have a face mask or face covering, we strongly recommend wearing it as an added precaution.  Our clinical staff will all be wearing masks.

•When you arrive, please read the instructions on the front door. Then check in at the front desk. At that time, our staff will instruct you regarding check in procedures.

We thank you in advance for your cooperation in helping us keep all our patients and staff safe and healthy during this time.