Why Our Temples Hollow Out
Temples are a region of the upper face that is often neglected. As our facial tissue ages, the temporal bone concaves in and the overlying muscles decreases in size. This results in a loss of convexity and fullness associated with a youthful look.
The upper face contributes to overall facial shape and balance. A more oval facial shape shines with youth where a concavity at the upper face makes the facial proportions unbalanced and gives off a haggard appearance.
What Filler Should I Use?
For this region, a moderate to hard density filler can give the best results. The harder filler allows the shape and contour to be retained better. To get the best effect post treatment, ideal placement must be achieved. Temple fillers last between 1-2 years, depending on individual.
Do I Need Temples Rejuvenation?
If you notice a slight depression over your temples, you should consider improving it to restore a rounded appearance with temple fillers. If you notice a deep depression caving in, you will need a larger volume of fillers to restore the upper facial balance.
Temples rejuvenation will allow you to have a more oval upper face which corrects the upper facial proportions, giving you a fresher look.