Understanding Temple Fillers
The temples are the flat, small areas that are located just to the side of your eyebrows, run to the edge of your ears and up to your hairline. When the temples have volume and fullness, it can help to shape and define your face in a youthful way.
These temples help to soften the face by cushioning from the bone and can also create definition down to the jaw. This is why they are an important part of keeping the face balanced and well-shaped.
Fight the signs of aging with Temple Fillers
As we age, the plumpness of the temples becomes less prominent and this can lead to the entire face dropping slowly over time. This can result in other aging factors such as wrinkles and dark spots.
By injecting temples fillers into the target area, we may be able to alleviate some of the age related problems such as fine lines and achieve a more youthful looking appearance.
3 vital things to know about a Temple Fillers
Why do we lose temple volume?
As we get older, we begin to lose bone and fat from our temporal area. The collagen production rate tends to drop at around 1% a year and is a major factor in why we lose springy, youthful skin.
As these three components slowly deplete, gradually we lose volume in our temples.
Does it take a long time for temple fillers to settle?
Typically, it can take roughly 2-4 weeks for your temple fillers to settle. It can be faster than this depending on some factors such as age and amount of treatment.
Additionally, the amount of time that you may keep your results is usually between 9-12 months. After this, you may need a repeat treatment.
Who is vulnerable to hollow temples?
People who are slimmer do tend to lose volume in their temples faster as they age. This is because there is less support from the fat tissue compared to a larger individual.
Usually, the start of a volume decrease is around your mid-20s.