Forehead / Temple Filler
Please note that Temples and Forehead typically requires between 1 to 3 full syringes of filler for full correction.
Temple Filler for Fuller Temples
Non-surgical correction of Facial Temple Volume loss
What can this treatment possibly do?
During the aging process, the temporal bone becomes more concave, the volume of the overlying temporalis muscle decreases, and the temporal fat pad diminishes in size. As a result of these changes, the youthful convex curve and fullness of the temporal region often disappears. Hollow temples contribute to the upper face appearing "pinched" and the brows appearing short and ptotic. Also, as the temple becomes more concave, the bony margins of the zygomatic arch and temporal line appear more prominent, giving a skeletonized appearance.
Loss of fat in the facial temples can also occur in younger people as well, especially those with a body fat percentage less than 20%. The loss of fat in the temple area can make people look older than their chronological age.
Soft tissue augmentation with injectable dermal fillers has become a common treatment option for patients seeking rejuvenation of this region of the face. Augmentation of the facial temple can be accomplished using dermal fillers such as hyaluronic.
Loss of volume in the temples may result in a gaunt, wasted appearance. This area may not be as obvious as a fold or a wrinkle and may be often overlooked by the patient. However, dermal filler augmentation of the temples has a profound impact in transforming the upper face and midface and achieving a more balanced and youthful appearance.
What medical technology or device does this treatment utilise and how it is done?
The Temple Filler injection procedure is done by injecting Hyaluronic Acid Filler / Facial Dermal Filler into the desired spot underneath the skin at the temples to restore temple volume and enhance the facial appearance.
Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally occurring component found in the skin, eye and cartilage. Approximately half of human body’s natural occurring hyaluronic acid is found in the skin, and as such is biocompatible and biodegradable (absorbable) by the human body.
Hyaluronic acid has many roles, though a major function is the binding of water, and it is this which determines skin viscoelasticity, hydration, structure and firmness. As skin ages, natural dermal hyaluronic acid found in the skin decreases and results in reduced elasticity, volume loss, and the development of wrinkles (rhytids) and other aging features. The injection of dermal filler into the skin can thus improve hydration, elasticity, structure, firmness and volume of treated skin.
Dermal fillers, such as those containing hyaluronic acid, are very suitably used for three dimensional facial contouring and reflation of the face, correcting volume loss and addressing static wrinkles (rhytids). They have been successfully used for facial correction and can be combined with the use of Btx for correcting dynamic wrinkles (rhytids).
What are the likely results? Any side effects or downtime?
It is shown that the use of Temple Filler shows clinically significant efficacy and safety in its use for temple augmentation and, thus, facial rejuvenation. Some improvement overall in hollowness should also be seen.
After the Temple Filler treatment, the majority of subjects perceived themselves, at each time point during the study, as appearing younger than perceived at baseline.
Eighty percent of these subjects displayed no concavity in the temporal region 12 months after treatment. The peak improvement was seen at six months post-treatment.
Some redness and mild swelling may be expected, which are transient and localised and resolve in a couple of days.
Why Tiffiny Yang Clinic?
We focus on three things: Safety, Efficacy, and Personalisation.
Tiffiny Yang Aesthetics have been in the medical aesthetics market for a long time, and have performed many very good aesthetics procedures throughout the years. Our doctors are qualified medical doctors, and we use good quality HSA approved medical devices and products as your safety is of utmost importance to us.
All our Lasers, Radiofrequency Systems, IPL devices, Ultrasound Energy Machines are good and proven systems which had been used for some time in the market on many patients. They are all either HSA approved, CE Marked, or FDA approved systems. Since many people have used them – by sheer numbers, the behaviour and treatment outcome of the devices are generally known. The unexpected is unlikely to occur.
Our treatments are all clinically proven and are generally effective. Apart from effective treatments, our lady doctors are also known for being very gentle and caring. we want to get to know you personally so that we can tailor-make and customise the treatments to achieve your intended desires. It is for this reason that majority of our equipment and products are not “box-standard” but customisable.
Indeed, we have been known to go to great lengths to curate and customize the beauty treatments you desire to ensure that it is personally suitable for you.
We also want to get to know you so that you to feel comfortable and confident that you are in good hands when undergoing treatments at our clinic.
As all aesthetics treatment are part medicine and part art, one should choose an aesthetics professional or doctor whom is both a competent and qualified medical doctor, and whom also possesses a keen eye for beauty. More importantly, a keen eye for beauty which you agree with. In other words, you must trust your aesthetics doctor’s taste and sense of beauty.
Dr Tiffiny Yang is a doctor and a beauty queen. She was crowned Ms Singapore Universe, and is also a fashion model with some repute in her free time. She had been featured in fashion and glamour magazines which are household names and are published Asia wide. Our clinic treatments bear her eye, direction, believe and hallmark of beauty.
Note on Information
It is important to note that individual variation in responsiveness to the above treatment(s) may vary significantly. the above information is for general information purposes only, and is expressly subject to the specific facts and circumstances, the peculiar physiology and constitution of a patient, the intensity of a treatment, amount of product used, and frequency of treatment (as applicable). Outcomes may therefore differ from the information provided above. Click HERE to see the medical literature and references wherein the above information is based on.