Rejuvenation Aesthetics with Temple Filling
Temple filling is the procedure performed for the hollow area on the face, located on both sides of the head and just above the cheekbone. The fat bags in the temple area disappear after a certain period, causing the body to sag and collapse downwards, causing a bad appearance.
The thin structure of the temples in the temporal region and the formation of wrinkles due to old age are among the main factors that complicate the filling process. With the drooping of the temple area, the width between the eye and the eyebrow disappears to a large extent, revealing the eye bones, and this can be disturbing in appearance.
The temple filling is where careful action should be taken due to its location. Corrections made should not affect (distort) the general contours of the face and should not change the appearance of the cheekbones. Therefore, it is recommended that reliable and expert physicians perform this procedure.
- 1 What is temple filling aesthetics?
- 2 How is temple filling applied?
- 3 How long is the durability of the temple filling?
Why is temple filling done?
The temple filling process is performed to eliminate these problems and give the skin a more aesthetic appearance since the sagging skin creates problems in the appearance of the eyes, eyebrows, and cheekbones due to the disappearance of the oil glands in the temporal region. Especially in aging people, this process becomes more necessary. As you age, the fat tissues and bones in the body begin to thin and melt, so sagging is more common. This process is perfect for removing tissue softening on the skin.
What is temple filling aesthetics?
Temple filling aesthetics are procedures performed to make the face area look tighter and flawless. Since this operation takes a short time to complete and its effects can be seen within 1-2 days, it is a procedure that people frequently prefer. At the same time, the level of comfort in the operations is at a high level.
Who is suitable for temple filling?
There is no general application rule for the temple filling process. This process, which women especially prefer, is also preferred by men recently. Due to the male body, he will enter the aging phase earlier, so he needs the filling process more. It is a simple procedure that can be applied to children, young people, adults, and the elderly, that is, people of all ages. However, we should also say that since temple filling is a process that requires attention, it would be healthier for only those who need it to be done. The segment that needs the filling process the most can be listed as follows:
- People whose body sags too much due to aging
- Individuals who want to increase their aesthetic appearance and have a brighter temple appearance
- Adults who are in the initial stage of drooping temples
How is temple filling applied?
The temple filling process is a simple technique in terms of application but requires attention in terms of the area it is applied. During the filling process, local anesthesia is applied to the area to be made so that no pain or pain is felt in the face area. After waiting for an average of 10-15 minutes for the anesthesia to fully penetrate the body, disinfection is applied with the help of an antiseptic solution to make the temple area ready for the procedure.
In the first step of the procedure, the filling material is injected vertically into the area to be treated with the help of a thin syringe. This injection process takes between 15-30 minutes. One of the biggest benefits of this filling process is that it does not prevent daily life. Immediately after the procedure, the person can continue to do the things they do every day and move on. The benefits of the filling process can be counted as follows:
- It is ensured that the wrinkled areas caused by facial expressions are eliminated.
- Especially in the upper part of the cheekbone, a tight, youthful, and flawless appearance is obtained.
- The facial proportion (eyes, eyebrows, forehead) caused by the sagging of the sebaceous glands gains a beautiful appearance.
- The areas that disrupt the equality of the facial area are removed, and the disturbing tissues become invisible.
Before and after temple filling
The changes in the face area before and after the temple filling undergoes a visible change. The issues that are complained about before the filling process are as follows:
- Bad appearance due to sagging
- Tissue deterioration negatively affects the general appearance of the face.
- Enlargement and loss of size of eye bags due to collapses
- Undesirable appearance due to narrowing of the eyes, eyebrows, and forehead
These are the cases that are complained about before the procedure. The main changes in the body 1-2 days after the procedure are as follows:
- Rejuvenation is provided with the procedure.
- Wrinkles formed due to aging and excessive use of facial expressions are destroyed.
- The filling material placed in the temples makes a face tighter and more prominent.
- The spaces between the eyes and eyebrows are restored.
- The forehead area is exposed, and the facial features are highlighted.
- Apart from correcting the facial lines, it also adds vitality. The brightness and softness, especially starting from the temple area, show their effect on the entire face.
- The filling process done in a short time shows durability for a very long time.
What is the recovery process like after temple filling?
Since surgical operation techniques (surgery) are not used in the procedures performed during the temple filling, it will not take a long time for the body to renew itself. After the filling process, it is recommended not to damage or touch the treated area, especially in the first 1-2 weeks. It is also not recommended to come into contact with too much water in the first 1-2 days. If a complication does not develop in the facial features, it takes one week to heal completely. At this stage, the person can continue to do the things he does every day, and his vital activities will not be interrupted. In addition, thanks to the anesthesia and solutions applied during the procedure, the person does not feel any pain during the healing process. As in every procedure, the following complications can be expected in the filling process:
- Redness due to filling in the face area
- Experiencing swelling due to an allergenic effect
- Seeing bruises under and around the eyes
- These effects are not permanent. They are usually seen in the first weeks of the healing process and then disappear.
How long is the durability of the temple filling?
The duration of the temple filling process may vary from person to person, even depending on the person’s age, the facial structure and technique of application, and the filling material used. It would be correct to say that the average permanence period of the temple filling process applied by a specialist is between 9 and 15 months.
The permanence of the temple filling can also be related to how much material is used. On average, 1 to 2 ml of filling material is sufficient to fill the entire temple area. However, if the collapse in the facial lines is too much and more than expected, the proportions of the filling material can be increased optionally.
Temple Filling Prices
The prices of the procedure may vary depending on the area where it is made, the volume of the applied area, and the quality of the material used. Since the average prices in the market are taken as a basis, we see that the fee to be paid for the temple filling process is between 1000 TL and 3000 TL. After the procedure, the person’s condition is monitored for 15-20 days by the physician who performed the procedure. If it is seen that it does not improve, an additional filling procedure should be performed. In such cases, extras can be added to these prices since extra filling material will be used. Before starting the treatment, it is more appropriate to learn the price information from your doctor.