Facial Harmony: The Role Of Temple Filler

Temple Filler might just be the most underrated treatment on the market. In some ways, it’s understandable – after all, your temples are rarely the focus when it comes to beauty – yet restored volume in this area has a dramatic anti-ageing effect. What’s more, because the temples are constantly overlooked, people will be left guessing the secret behind your revitalised youth. 


Temples And The Ageing Process

Ageing causes collagen levels to dwindle, which weakens the skin’s structural support. Combine this with bone density changes and repositioning of fat pads, and your temples can quickly appear flat or sunken. The small amount of soft tissue found in this area can make the temples appear naturally boney, but when volume is lost completely, the antiageing effect is profound. Whilst hollow temples are typically caused by ageing, rapid weight loss or keen athleticism can also accelerate their development. Those noticing these effects might want to consider temple filler, especially when they realise the impact hollow temples can have on the rest of their facial structure.


The Ripple Effect Of Hollow Temples

Crow’s Feet

Sagging skin around the temples can worsen the appearance of eye wrinkles. Dermal Filler injections resculpt delicate contours, pulling lax skin upwards and addressing the creases that etch from the corners of your eyes, commonly referred to as crow’s feet. 


Eyebrow Ptosis

Hollow temples can result in a loss of support in the tail of the brow. Known as Brow Ptosis, the descent of the eyebrow from its usual position can be cosmetically unappealing with many seeking to restore its natural shape through the use of Dermal Fillers or Botox


Facial Balance

A loss of volume in the temples can emphasise the underlying shape of your skull. As this area is naturally quite bony with little tissue, it can appear gaunt and angular before the effects of ageing strike other facial areas. A small amount of Temple Filler has a big impact on restoring facial harmony. 


How Does Temple Filler Work? 

Around 1-2 ml of hyaluronic acid (HA) Dermal Filler is injected into each temple. The gel-like solution instantly restores lost volume and reshapes youthful contours. HA attracts and holds onto water molecules, which provides the injected area with a burst of hydration and a natural glow


Temple Filler helps to correct sagging skin, softening eye wrinkles and enhancing results. The injectable activates fibroblast cell receptors, which stimulates collagen production. This means that antiageing results will continue to develop over time as collagen levels rise. 


The majority of our Dermal Fillers contain a small amount of lidocaine – a local anaesthetic that helps to minimise discomfort. Redness, swelling or bruising may occur at injection sites but this quickly subsides. Results last for up to 12 months.    


Book Your Treatment At The Lovely Clinic

To explore how Temple Filler could enhance your appearance, book a consultation with one of our skilled and experienced practitioners. We will be happy to talk you through the procedure in more detail, assess the suitability of your skin and show you before and after photos that demonstrate the treatment’s impressive antiageing effect. 


Call 020 3695 5400, email hello@thelovelyclinic.co.uk, or complete our online booking form to schedule your appointment. Don’t forget to add us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date with our latest treatments, news and offers. 


To watch our YouTube video about Temple Fillers follow this link – Temple Fillers For A Former Model


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