- 1 What are the benefits of temple fillers?
- 2 Why treat hollow temples?
- 3 What age should you get temple fillers?
- 4 How long do temple fillers last?
- 5 How much does temple filler cost?
- 6 Is temple filler treatment painful?
- 7 What should I avoid after temple fillers?
- 8 Possible common side effects of temple fillers
What are the benefits of temple fillers?
It helps to achieve a more feminine look and youthful appearance.
Choice of temple fillers
At Sozo, fillers used for the temple area would be Restylane Volyme, they are FDA approved and soft enough to not cause lumpiness under the skin in the long term.
Why treat hollow temples?
As we age, it’s common for us to lose some amount of facial fullness, causing the face to become more angular. In some cases, fat under the skin dissipates with age, shrinking the temples and narrowing the sides of the face.
This small change can make a big difference in the face, causing a person to be too thin, emaciated, or prematurely old.
Why do the temples change as we age?
Aging is the leading cause of hollow temples. Over time we experience collagen loss and changes in bone density. As our skin ages and sags, the appearance of hollow temples accentuates. This is usually a very gradual process, however it can affect some people earlier, especially if they are naturally slimmer or have experienced weight loss.
If you are someone who exercises very regularly with activities such as running and you eat a low fat diet, it’s possible that the aging process and the hollowing of your temple region has been exacerbated.
What age should you get temple fillers?
The loss of volume in the temples typically starts in your mid 30’s. Dermal fillers like hyaluronic acid can help fill in these hollows and restore volume. By starting early, you’ll require less product than if you wait until your mid-40s.
How long do temple fillers last?
The results of Restylane filler typically last around 9 months to a year.
How much does temple filler cost?
Temple fillers prices start from $680 – $800 with Dr Justin Boey. Typically, 1-3 syringes of filler are required.
Is temple filler treatment painful?
Numbing cream will be applied before treatment to numb the area, and the dermal filler product contains an additional anaesthetic to reduce any discomfort.
What should I avoid after temple fillers?
Avoid strenuous exercise and alcohol for at least 6 hours.
Avoid any facial massage for at least 2 weeks.
Possible common side effects of temple fillers
Here are some common side effects near the injection site that are mild and usually go away within 1 to 2 weeks: