The ageing process will cause volume and fat loss in the temples, giving them a hollow, sunken appearance. The temples are what you can find on either side of the forehead, near the eyes.

Dermal fillers may be the simplest way to make up for the volume loss in the temple area. These may be strategically placed to raise the volume of the temples and give them a more youthful appearance. In certain cases, adding filler substances to the temples not only rejuvenates the face but also improves the overall look.

WHAT IS TEMPLE FILLER?

Volume loss in our temples can be compensated for with temple fillers. Our temples are positioned on the sides of our faces, right above our noses. Our temples lose volume and structural stability as we get older. This causes the temples to hollow out, giving them a sunken, aged look. Sunken, hollowing temples will make you seem older than you are. Temple filler injections will effectively compensate for this volume loss.

Benefits of Temple Fillers

Dermal fillers in the temples are generally risk-free or safe and can be used for a number of purposes. However, owing to the number of vessels and types of vessels present, your temples are one of the most anatomically complex places to inject.

A single incorrect injection technique in the blood vessels near the eyes will result in blindness. Before deciding on whether to get temple fillers or not, make sure you and your healthcare provider are aware of and discuss any possible risks. Here’s what to expect after getting dermal fillers injected into your temples.

Benefits of Temple Fillers

Dermal fillers in the temples are generally risk-free or safe and can be used for a number of purposes. However, owing to the number of vessels and types of vessels present, your temples are one of the most anatomically complex places to inject.

A single incorrect injection technique in the blood vessels near the eyes will result in blindness. Before deciding on whether to get temple fillers or not, make sure you and your healthcare provider are aware of and discuss any possible risks. Here’s what to expect after getting dermal fillers injected into your temples.

How is it done?

Temple filler procedures primarily have the same procedure as forehead fillers. The doctor can either use hyaluronic acid (HA), collagen, or other dermal filler content depending on the patient’s preferences. HA, a common compound present in the body, is used to make dermal fillers. For the injection, the best kind of dermal filler with the right viscosity and thickness will be used.

To begin the fillers treatment on the temple areas, the doctors will first apply a numbing cream. A basic technique of 1-2 tiny injections of temple filler each hand is used to rejuvenate the areas of the face and temples. To fill up a sunken temple area, on average, 1-2cc of filler will be needed, depending on the amount of tissues that was lost.

How much does Temple Filler cost in Singapore?

Temple filler injections in a Singapore clinic costs around $600 to $1000 per syringe. The cost of injections varies greatly depending on the dermal filler used, the seriousness of the skin condition, how many vials are used, and the doctor’s experience.

FAQ

Is there any side effects?

Is there any side effects?

Cosmetic treatments like laser treatments, fat transfer procedures, a facelift, or treatments for contours on the body or face areas all have their own collection of side effects, which are mostly minor and temporary. Swelling and bruising are common side effects that occur when a blood vessel is damaged or injured during the operation. After 4 to 7 days, the patient should expect the swelling and bruises to go down. It is safer to postpone such tasks when recovering from recovery in order to avoid extending the downtime.

However, there are some rare major side effects, such as vessel occlusion, that people should have knowledge about. Skin necrosis on the face or blindness is caused by vessel occlusion. This can happen when a dermal filler substance is inserted into a major blood vessel, resulting in a blocked blood vessel. Thankfully, this rarely happens when you have the treatment done in a certified clinic like Ozhean Zoey Clinic in Singapore.

How long do temple fillers last?

How long do temple fillers last?

Face filler injections in the temples or a temple filler treatment will last anywhere from 12 to 16 months. There are some variables that influence the period of results. The filler material, the seriousness of the skin disorder, and the patient’s lifestyle all influence how long the results last.

A patient should be aware that filler treatments are not reversible, which is why physicians consider getting them performed on a regular basis to keep the results. This, however, is one benefit for those who are only looking for a temporary rejuvenation fix. Filler compounds are absorbed or broken down by the body, which is why they are not lasting. Fillers, on the other hand, can last longer if you live a healthy lifestyle.

Is it painful?

Is it painful?

The pain of dermal filler injections (filler placement) in the face is mainly tolerable, especially in the presence of a gentle and skilled doctor. Our doctor frequently adds an ice pack to the injection site before each injection to reduce the chance of bruising and pain.

What should I avoid after filler treatments?

What should I avoid after filler treatments?

Patients are recommended to stop face massages and alcohol consumption for two weeks after their filler procedure. In addition, patients should refrain from engaging in strenuous sports or workouts.

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