Many patients are pursuing simultaneous facial and hand rejuvenation with the latter receiving increased interest in recent years. Various materials have been purported to rejuvenate the hands including fat, calcium hydroxyapatite, and hyaluronic fillers. Despite the seemingly ubiquitous use of fillers, the Food and Drug Administration has approved only a select number for hand rejuvenation. This year, Restylane Lyft (Galderma, Texas) became the first hyaluronic acid filler to garner Food and Drug Administration approval for hand rejuvenation. The purpose of this video plus article was to demonstrate the technical nuances in administering hyaluronic filler in a safe and effective manner as it relates to hand rejuvenation.
From the *Florida State University School of Medicine
†Orlando Plastic Surgery Institute, Orlando, Fl.
Published online 14 January 2019.
Received for publication August 11, 2018; accepted October 19, 2018.
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