Hand Rejuvenation in San Diego

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What Is Hand Rejuvenation?

With time and age the hand will change. In San Diego, The most prominent change is thinning of the skin at the back of the hand. the tendons become more prominent and the is hollowing of the skin. Hand rejuvenation will improve hand appearance.

When to Choose Hand rejuvenation

Hand surgery may be suitable for men and women. If you have noticed the hand have spots and the dorm or there is significant fat atrophy then you are a candidate for had rejuvenation.

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Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Since opening his Coronado cosmetic surgery office doors in 2006, Dr. Jaibaji has maintained his vision of unparalleled patient care with high quality aesthetic and reconstructive results by personally supervising every aspect of the cosmetic surgery experience.

Hence, Dr. Jaibaji’s unique attention to detail and personal care for his patients has led to his advice has been sought out on MTV’s, “True Life”, and local San Diego TV channels, among other places.

Hand Rejuvenation

Hand Injections

This is the most common technique to rejuvenate the aging hand. Injections such as Juvederm, Radiess, and Restylane can be used. The effect will let for unto a year.

More permanent hand rejuvenation can be performed with fat transfer.

With time and age the hand will change. In San Diego, The most prominent change is thinning of the skin at the back of the hand. the tendons become more prominent and the is hollowing of the skin. Hand rejuvenation will improve hand appearance.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common hand problem affecting people today. This condition is marked by impaired hand function, pain, tingling and numbness.Corrective surgery, a procedure called “carpal tunnel release” is done to relieve pressure that builds up within the carpal tunnel. By releasing the tissue that is pressing on the lower hand and wrist nerves, the procedure can help to relieve pain, tingling and numbness. This requires an incision from the mid-palm to wrist.

Rheumatoid arthritis can deform finger joints and force the fingers into a bent position that hampers movement. Splints or physical therapy can help, but corrective surgery offers the best solution for many patients. Surgeons can remove tissue from inflamed joints, reposition tendons, or implant artificial joints. While your hand may not regain its full use, you can generally expect a significant improvement in function and appearance.

Dupuytren’s contracture is a disorder of the tissue on the palm side in which thick, scar-like tissue forms under the skin of the palm that can extend into the fingers, pulling them toward the palm and restricting motion. To treat Dupuytren’s, we will cut and separate the bands of thickened tissue, freeing the tendons and allowing better finger movement.

After Hand Surgery

After hand surgery, you may need prescription medication to manage pain. Your hand will need to be immobilized for some time, depending on the procedure. A dressing and splint are used after surgery to restrict motion and promote healing after carpal tunnel surgery. Physical therapy and rehabilitation with a hand therapist is often an integral part of the hand surgery recovery process. Be sure to follow your therapist’s advice in addition to your plastic surgeon’s postoperative care instructions for you to achieve optimal results.

Schedule a Hand Surgery Consultation with Dr. Moneer Jaibaji

If you would like to learn more about hand surgery in San Diego, please contact our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jaibaji. During your visit, you will have the opportunity to discuss hand surgery details, costs, risks and more.

1001 B Avenue,
Suite 108
Coronado, Ca, 92118
Phone: (619) 435-1736
Phone: (619) 522-0821

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8929 University Center Ln
Suite 202,
San Diego, CA 92122
Phone: (619) 435-1736
Phone: (619) 522-0821

Monday                8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday                8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday          8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday              8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday                   8:00 am – 5:00 pm