Hand Rejuvenation: The State of the Art

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      Intrinsic aging and photoaging, two distinct biologic processes, contribute to making hands appear aged. Restoration to a more youthful appearance for aged-appearing hands often requires a multitherapeutic approach individualized to the patient’s pathology. This article reviews the role and technique of microlipoinjection for the rejuvenation of aged-appearing hands.
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