As we age, fat, subcutaneous tissues and even bone are lost from the temple areas leaving us with hollow temples. This causes a wasted or unhealthy look. The goal of treating the hollow temple is to provide a better overall shape to the face and a smooth transition from the periorbital area to the temporal hairline. The temples are the essential hanger for the entire face. Hollow temples can also result in excessive skin folds in the eyelids.
Aging is the leading cause of hollow temples. Over time we experience tissue volume loss and elasticity. As our skin ages and sags, the appearance of hollow temples accentuates.
At Anti-Aging Medical & Laser Clinic, we specialize in providing non-surgical solutions to enhance volume and restore a youthful appearance in the temple region. Our treatment options can be tailored to your individual needs and can be combined for a longer-lasting, smoother outcome.
To improve hollow temples, you need to replace collagen to enhance fullness. Thick dermal fillers such as hyaluronic acid fillers or Radiesse are injected into your temple area to support your rejuvenation goals.
Sculptra is another excellent treatment for replacing collagen and rebuilding hollow temples. This treatment fills the area instantly. However, the water gets metabolized within a few hours, and you are left with calcium micro-spheres evenly distributed to stimulate your own collagen to grow. The results are slow growing but long-lasting.
- Dermal Filler: Dermal Filler injectables like hyaluronic acid, add volume to hollow temples and plump up the skin as a result. …
- Sculptra: The Sculptra treatment can be recommended to treat hollow temples, as it replaces collagen and replenishes the lost volume. …
Popular Dermal Filler Treatments for Hollow Temples
Dermal Filler injectables like hyaluronic acid, add volume to hollow temples and plump up the skin as a result. This solution can also reduce the appearance of wrinkles around your temples.
The Sculptra treatment can be recommended to treat hollow temples, as it replaces collagen and replenishes the lost volume. It is made of poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), a biodegradable material that stimulates the body’s natural collagen production.
When used for hollow temples, Sculptra is injected into the deep tissue layers of the temples to add volume and create a more youthful, natural-looking appearance. The treatment typically requires multiple sessions, spaced several weeks apart, to achieve the desired results.
Some patients have seen longer lasting results with thicker injectables such as Radiesse®, as they offer good lifting capabilities. It is made of calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) microspheres suspended in a gel-like solution. When injected into the skin, the CaHA microspheres provide a scaffold for new collagen growth, leading to a longer-lasting result compared to other fillers.
When used for hollow temples, Radiesse is injected deep into the tissue to create volume and fill in the hollowed-out area. The treatment typically takes less than 30 minutes and results can last up to 18 months or more.
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