Temple Filling

Non-Surgical Filling Procedure

The temple is a slightly hollow area located in the temporal region of the upper face. The structural deficiency of the fat tissue here or its disappearance over time pulls the face down, causing sagging and depression in the forehead and eyebrow area, thus causing a tired expression and making the mid-face look more sunken.

Since the skin in the temple area is thin, it is an area that can easily wrinkle with facial expressions and aging.

Temple filling is a procedure that requires great care due to the vascular structure of the area to be treated. The proportion of the filling to the cheekbones should not be ignored and the filling should not distort the expression of the face.

How do we do it?

Dermal filler injections are used to reshape the temples and restore their former volume.

In general, temple filling is a painless and painless procedure. Local anesthetic cream is applied to the application area before the procedure.

Doses of filler material are injected vertically and directly into the application area with a fine needle. The procedure takes 10-15 minutes on average.

After the application to the temple, the effect of the filling appears immediately and the person returns to normal life immediately after the procedure.