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Temple Fillers Beverly Hills FAQs

What does putting filler in temples do?

Injecting HA fillers into the temples to restore lost volume can help improve facial symmetry and contour, giving the face a more lifted, healthy, and youthful appearance. Temple fillers commonly consist of hyaluronic acid (HA) or calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) based fillers. Other options include Renuva, Sculptra, or volume restoration using the patient's own fat.

Is it safe to inject filler in temples?

Yes! Temple filler injections are a relatively new procedure that has recently gained popularity. They offer patients a non-invasive option for reducing wrinkles or replenishing lost volume due to aging. Injectable fillers, such as hyaluronic acid and other dermal fillers, have been used for many years on different facial areas with few side effects.

What is the best filler for the temple area?

The most popular fillers for this area are hyaluronic acid-based fillers such as Restylane Lyft, RHA 4, Radiesse, or Restylane Defyne. These products provide long-lasting natural results that support facial structure while softening deep folds and wrinkles.

How much filler does it take to fill temples?

Filler injections are one of the most commonly requested cosmetic treatments. However, the amount of filler required to fill temples depends on a few factors, such as the area's depth and width and an individual's desired results. Generally speaking, patients will need 1-3 syringes ml or less to fill their temple hollows.

Is filler in temples worth it?

Yes! Facial fillers are injected into areas of your face where volume depletions has occurred due to natural aging, genetic predisposition, or weight loss. As such, they add volume to the area, increase hydration, and instantly deliver a more healthy appearance.

Will temple filler make me look younger?

Yes, temple filler can help you look younger and healthier. It works to combat the signs of aging in several ways. When injected into the temples, it helps to fill out sunken or hollow areas that form due to decreased collagen production and tissue structure breakdown with age. In doing so, the temple filler will give a lift to the midface, making the laugh lines less heavy.

Who needs temple fillers?

People who have experienced volume loss in the temples may benefit from temple fillers. Temple fillers volumize and rejuvenate the appearance of the face by lifting the midface, camouflaging hollowing, or other signs of aging around the eyes and temples, restoring youthful fullness to the area while balancing facial features. Temple fillers are great for individuals over 30 years old who experience mild to moderate midface droop due to volume loss.

What should I avoid after temple fillers?

After receiving temple fillers, taking precautions with your post-treatment care is important.
  • Avoid rubbing, massaging, or manipulating the temples
  • Avoid hard food that day as the muscle in the temples can feel sore and is one of the muscles of chewing, Soreness while chewing for a few days is normal.

Can temple fillers migrate?

No. The temporal boney fossa holds temple fillers in place and ensures that the filler cannot migrate. Patients receiving temple filler may notice a gradual loss of filler in the years after treatment. However, filler migration is extremely unlikely when injected into the temples properly.

Does temple filler make your eyes look smaller?

Temple filler can be a great way to bring back lost volume to the cheeks and temples, making them appear fuller and more youthful. However, injecting too much filler in this area can make your face look rounder. It does not make your eyes look smaller. To avoid an unnatural result, injecting the right amount of product into the right areas is essential – specifically avoiding over-filling certain spots. This is a general rule for all filler injections, so make sure you find an experienced provider whose aesthetic result is natural and harmonious.
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