Temple Filling
Temple Filling
The area between the bottom of the hairline and the outer part of the eyebrows constitutes the temporal region....
Temple Filling
The area between the bottom of the hairline and the outer part of the eyebrows constitutes the temporal region.

Especially after the age of 40, loss of bone tissue and fat tissue begins in the temple area, causing collapse and volume loss in this area.

The hollowing of the face's temples, located next to our eyes, is a natural part of the aging process. As we age, we experience loss and redistribution of fat and soft tissues, and osteoporosis occurs. The skin of the temple area is particularly sensitive to this change because there is almost no connective tissue here and almost no fat accumulation.

The dramatic effect of the temples on the shape and balance of the face is most noticeable with aging.

Although most of us do not realize it, the face looks older, the eyebrows are lower and the temples are hollow due to the loss of volume in the temples due to the aging process.

By restructuring the temple and forehead area with temple filler, we can give the entire face a revitalizing support and give a harmonious, youthful appearance.

While the temples naturally have a slight contour, our aim with temple filler is to create a smooth transition from the eyes to the hairline.

When a hollow temple area is filled, the face looks fresher, firmer and softer, and the shape of the face as a whole is revitalized.

Facial lifting is achieved, the eyebrows lift up, and as the temple area gains volume, it completes the face by looking more structured and lively.
Does Temple Filler Look Natural?
When it comes to creating a natural look with dermal fillers, it is important to know the anatomy of the area to be treated. The skin of the temples is very thin, but a lot of volume is lost over a large area. In order to obtain maximum but natural results, the selection of the appropriate filler with the correct viscosity and volumizing effect should be made individually for each patient. In this way, natural results are obtained.
Is Temple Filling Painful? How much will it take?
Temple filling is not a painful procedure. The application takes around 15 minutes. There may be a temporary headache and a feeling of fullness during and after the procedure.
How Permanent Is Temple Filling?
After treatment with dermal fillers for the temple, the effects are immediate. The longevity of your treatment depends on your age, the amount and type of dermal filler used, and the person's genetics. On average, it lasts for 12-18 months.
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