Can Radiesse be Used to Rejuvenate® the Hands?

  • by Dr. Andre Berger, MD
  • October 12, 2018
  • Beauty , body sculpting los angeles , Cosmetic Procedures , facial rejuvenation beverly hills , Fat Transfer , Liposuction , Liposuction Alternatives

Radiesse® has long been used for facial rejuvenation and is among the most effective and lasting of the dermal fillers. Now, the FDA has approved Radiesse for the rejuvenation of the hands – allowing this remarkably effective product to produce smooth and youthful looking skin on one of the most difficult areas of the body to maintain.

If you are interested in learning if Radiesse can restore a soft and youthful look to your hands, please call Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon Dr. Andre Berger at 310.856.9173 and schedule an appointment today.

The History of Radiesse Approvals

Radiesse was first approved in 2001 to treat lines and wrinkles around the mouth and chin. In 2006, Radiesse was approved to treat smile lines and nasolabial folds, as well as pre-jowl folds in the lower cheeks.

Radiesse has been used for hand-rejuvenation in several countries for at least 10 years, but is only now available for such use in the United States. This most recent approval follows a randomized controlled study and review of clinical research from areas where Radiesse has been used for had rejuvenation for quite some time. Radiesse is the first injectable filler approved for skin rejuvenation in the hands in the United States.

If you are unhappy with the way aging has impacted your hands, please contact Rejuvalife Vitality Institute today. Dr. Berger welcomes patients from all areas of California including Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood.


With over 25 years of experience in the medical field, Dr. Berger has geared his practice towards the soothing and therapeutic side of cosmetic medicine. By specializing in anti-aging treatment along with cosmetic enhancement, his goal is to help each patient live a long, healthy, and beautiful life. Call us, or complete the form on this page.


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