As we age, the face and neck, being the most visible parts of our body, are our primary concerns. However, our hands are also very visible and essential in our overall appearance. The aging of the hands in these cases may show a discrepancy between a rejuvenated face and aged hands.
Our experts in OC Beauty Med Spa do a profound exam of your hand structure and mark the points of maximum volume lost on that area. After numbing with cream, the filler will be injected and placed under the skin with a small needle to fill the skin up and smooth out the wrinkles.
We spend a lot of time in our cars in the United States. That means we've sat in the sun for hundreds of hours with our hands on the steering wheel. The great majority of us, particularly men, rarely think about applying sunscreen on our hands.
Over the years, we've constructed a pigmentation factory on the backs of our hands. Breaking up pigmentation and removing age spots and freckles may aid in "de-aging" the appearance of the hands.
IPL for Age Spots
IPL Photofacial treatments, which may be conducted with IPL, Fractional Co2 Laser, or a combination of both, break up pigment molecules and allow the body to whisk them away. In most situations, a short course of IPL (Photofacial) treatments can remove sun-induced pigmentation almost completely.
IPL (intense pulsed light) is a high-intensity light that absorbs pigment. The first treatment causes surface melanin to breakdown and peel away. The treatments that follow break apart "immature" brown areas in the deeper layers, allowing the body to sweep them away internally. After treatment, sun protection will help to speed up the healing process and maybe prevent recurrence. New spots will appear as a result of a lack of sun protection, necessitating repeated IPL sessions.
Fractional CO2 lasers for hand rejuvenation
Because it removes pigmentation and tightens the skin while also resurfacing rough skin texture, the fractional co2 laser is an effective technique for hand rejuvenation. A fractional laser is a single laser beam that has been divided into small columns. This allows the skin surrounding the treated column to aid in quick healing without the problems associated with full surface laser systems.
During your office visit, you will be provided a detailed plan of the therapies that will benefit you the most. The first cosmetic consultation is completely free.
We offer Botox treatments in our clinic for you to take care of your , Jawline, Gummy Smiles, Neck Wrinkles, Migraine Headaches, Forehead Horizontal Wrinkles, Eye Wrinkles, Nose "Bunny Lines", Mouth Corner LiftingUnderarms, Hands & Feet Sweating, and, Jeuveau.
At OC Beauty Medspa we are happy to provide Filler Treatments which are an alternative to Plastic Surgery. these services include Dermal Fillers, Jawline Sculpting, Nonsurgical Nosejob, Cheek Filler, Lip Fillers, Laugh Lines, Hand Rejuvenation, and Undereyes Filler.
for nonijectable skin treatments, we have Laser Treatment & Skin Care for Hair Removal,, Acne Scars, Skin Pores, Cellulite, Chemical Peeling, Kybella for double chin, Profound® Nonsurgical Facelift, Fractora® Skin Rejuvenation, Dull Skin & Dark Spots, Red Skin & Red Spots, IPL Photofacial Therapy, Non-Surgical Lifting, CO2 fractional laser for rejuvenation, Microneedling and Plasma.
Injectable fillers, also known as dermal fillers, can be used to plump up lips, smooth wrinkles, and fill tear troughs around the eyes. They can help improve the look of pitted acne scars and give volume to the cheekbones. Some people even opt for injectable fillers for a nonsurgical nose job. Fillers can be made of collagen, calcium hydroxylapatite, poly-L-lactic acid, polymethyl methacrylate, or fat harvested from your own body. Hyaluronic acid is the most popular FDA-approved filler ingredient, but fillers can also be made of collagen, calcium hydroxylapatite, poly-L-lactic acid, polymethyl methacrylate, or fat harvested from your own body.
benefits: When administered by a competent practitioner, injectable treatments are rapid, painless, and safe. They don't require any downtime because they're non-invasive. Because hyaluronic acid fillers are virtually comparable to what our bodies make, they dissolve more naturally than other components over time. If you don't like the effects of hyaluronic acid fillers, you may quickly reverse them with hyaluronidase, an enzyme that breaks down HA. Because the effects are just temporary, you'll require touch-ups to keep them looking good. If you have side effects, they can last as long as your filler does, but side effects are rare in the hands of experts.
The Juvéderm dermal filler line contains a variety of formulations, each with a distinct amount of "liftability" for various facial regions. The results are seen right away. Juvéderm XC smoothes smile lines around the lips and nose (nasolabial folds) for up to a year. Lips are plumped with Juvéderm Ultra XC for 6 to 12 months. Juvéderm Volbella XC provides modest volume and smooths vertical lip wrinkles, For up to a year, Juvéderm Voluma XC is a cheek filler that lasts up to two years. Juvéderm Vollure XC is a dermal filler that softens nasolabial creases and lasts up to 18 months. Restylane fillers are also divided into different products that target specific areas for treatment. It may require a few days more to take effect when compared to Juvéderm. Restylane Silk volumizes lips and smooths fine lines around your mouth and lasts about six months. Restylane Refyne softens nasolabial folds and can last up to a year. Restylane Defyne fills deep wrinkles and folds, lasting up to a year. Restylane Lyft, formerly called Perlane, is used for cheeks and hands; off-label, it can be used for a nonsurgical nose job. Results can last 10–18 months. Belotero is a hyaluronic acid-based filler that is utilized for sensitive regions such as the under-eye area. It's also used to fill in tiny lines like lip lines, cheek lines, and horizontal necklines all over the face and neck. The effects persist for around six months.
Our OC Beauty Medspa practitioner will first review your face structure with you, as well as the appropriate type of filler for your objectives and any dangers. Once you've chosen a filler, we'll clean the area and, if necessary, administer a topical anesthetic (most fillers contain lidocaine already). We'll use a needle or cannula to slowly inject the filler, then gently massage the region with their fingertips to spread it before continuing with further injections. we will advise you on what to do if you have any discomfort, swelling, or tenderness thereafter (ice packs usually help). Unless you are having extensive treatments, each injection just takes a few moments, and the total cosmetic process takes around 15 to 20 minutes.
There will be a very little downtime, but minor bruising and swelling at the injection site are fairly typical after treatment. For the next 24 hours, avoid the sun, heat, exercises, and alcohol; the adverse effects should subside in a few days. To avoid bruising, avoid alcohol, aspirin, some supplements (high-dose vitamin E, ginkgo Biloba, and garlic), and other blood-thinning medicines for a week or two before your visit. You'll notice greater fullness or smoother skin right away or within a few days, but the swelling may take up to two weeks to decrease.
Fillers can last anywhere from six months to more than a year, depending on which one you get, how much your doctor uses, and how quickly your body metabolizes it. if you have a fast metabolism, you may notice that the filler goes away sooner. On the bright side, after two to three rounds of injections, you will notice it will last longer and longer.
Dermal fillers are generally regarded safe, although they might have adverse effects. Redness at the injection site, allergic response (particularly with collagen), granulomas (hard lumps under the skin), pimples, bruising, or asymmetry are all possible adverse effects. Injecting filler into a blood artery unintentionally might result in significant problems, including tissue death, which is another reason to use an expert injector. here in OC Beauty Medspa our experts always consider every single patient’s anatomy. If you have an infection on your face or at the injection site, don't have an injection since it might spread or cause problems.
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