Many people know the power of dermal fillers when it comes to giving your jawline or lips a glamorous look. But what about the temple area? This often-forgotten area of the face is actually one of the first areas to be evaluated when filling.
This is because the loss of volume at the temples can have a major impact on the rest of the face.
In the non-surgical face lift process, when we want a lift on the face or for more raised eyebrows and brighter eyes, the temple area should be evaluated and filler application should be made if necessary.
Although dermal fillers containing hyaluronic acid are generally preferred in the temple area, calcium hydroxyapatite and poly-l-lactic acid fillers can also be used.