TWS0031 How can you make the back of your patient’s hand look twenty-years younger? Aesthetic plastic surgery for reversing the signs of aging has for many years concentrated on altering the appearance of the most prominent features - the face, eyes, and neck. What can be done for the aging hands?
This excellent presentation addresses this very issue, from a historical perspective and how hands were treated by aesthetic plastic surgeons, right through to the recent reintroduction and trend of using fat grafting as a dermal filler in the back of the hand.
Kaushik takes time to explore the variety of surgical and non-surgical options available in this very interesting practice, which is seldom given the attention it merits. Essential viewing for all aesthetic practitioners and trainees.