Temple Filling

Aesthetic filling can be applied to many different areas. Filling is generally preferred for the face area. Temple filling is also among these procedures. It is a procedure that people of all ages can safely undergo in our clinic. The temple filling procedure performed with our expert staff and professional equipment manages to maintain its effect for a long time. Some of our clients also state that they can use their fillings for 1.5 years. You can make an appointment at our clinic for temple filling.

What does temple filling do?

The function of temple filling is to make the skin look younger as well as to regulate the collapses in the temple. Age-related collapse in the temporal region. To prevent these collapses, the temples can be filled. This results in younger and wrinkle-free skin. There is also an upward elevation in the mid and lower face area.

How to make temple fillingr?

The drugs containing hyaluronic acid, which are made by our doctors, are injected under the skin. Before the injection, a numbing cream is applied to the area so that the procedure is not felt. After the local anesthetic cream starts to take effect, the procedure for temple filling is started. The temple filling procedure is a short procedure.

How long does temple filling work?

The duration of effect of temple filling is quite long. A temple filling usually lasts up to 1 year. Towards the end of the tenth month, it starts to lose its effect and one more session can be done if desired. Our clients who have temple filling regularly visit our clinic once a year.

How many temple fillers Session Sürer?

The average temple filling session duration is between 30-40 minutes. During this period, local anesthesia is given to the area, the anesthesia takes effect and then the procedure is started by our specialists. People who want to have temple filling can solve this procedure in 1 session. It is not necessary to come for several sessions for temple filling. If revision is desired depending on the person after filling, then 1 more session can be performed. Generally, temple filling is performed within 1 session and only the filling process takes an average of 15 minutes. After the filling, people can continue their normal life.

How many temple fillers ML Happens?

The standard amount used for temple filling is 1-2 ml. However, a preliminary examination is performed in consultation with our specialists and during this preliminary examination, it is also decided whether more than 1 ml of filling should be done in a controlled manner. For this reason, it is extremely important to have a preliminary interview with our specialists before temple filling. The priority is always to focus on your needs and to agree on how these needs can be met.

Who is temple filler suitable for?

People for whom temple filling is suitable are usually people who experience temple collapse. People in middle age and late age prefer temple filling more. In age groups where temple filling is more preferred, problems such as thinning of the skin, muscle and bone resorption are experienced. For this reason, people in middle age and older age groups generally want to have this application.

How to heal temple fillingir?

The healing of the temple filling takes place in a very short time. Temporal filling is a type of filling that can heal in a short time. What is meant by healing here is that the filler adapts to the skin and starts to take effect by settling in its place. The temple filling starts to show its effect within 1 week after it is applied. In order for the temple fillingto show its effect, it is extremely important to listen and follow the recommendations given by our experts. After temple filling, it is necessary to ensure that the area remains absolutely clean, but contact with liquid substances such as water should be avoided for a certain period of time. Especially in the first week, it is important to avoid massage, sauna, hammam, jacuzzi, hard and heavy sports and exercises, steam room, solarium and similar applications and activities.

Pain after temple filling Is it okay?

There is no pain andsoreness after temple filling , but this situation varies from person to person. Local anesthesia is applied to the area and after the effect of local anesthesia wears off, very few of our clients say that they have a slight tingling. The aches and pains seen after surgical operations are definitely feelings that are not experienced in filling procedures and for this reason, procedures such as filling are more frequently preferred instead of aesthetic surgery.

Are There Side Effects of Temple Filling?

Side effects of temple filling are rare, but there are some side effects that may be encountered. These side effects do not carry a great risk and do not affect the person’s daily life. There is a period of time required for the body to get used to the filling and it is generally observed that it is more clearly in place 1 week after the temple filling is made. Side effects of temple fillers may include a slight redness, edema and rippling of the surface in the area (first day). Very rarely, problems can be encountered with the intravenous administration of the filling material. These can range from problems with vascular nutrition in the tissue to loss of vision.

At what age should temple filling be done?

The age of temple filling usually starts with middle age. The temple filling, which is made due to the collapse of the temples, is made by many people in their 40s. Anyone who wants to have it done for a compulsory reason can have temple filling regardless of their age. However, the average age recommended by our experts is 40.

What is the material of temple filling?

The temple filling material is the same as other types of filling. In the filling for the temple, hyaluronic acid, the most important material of the filling process, is used. In addition, fillings can be divided into 4 different headings, these headings are as follows:

  • Calcium hydroxyapatite
  • Polycaprolactone
  • Polylactic acid
  • Hyaluronic acid

The most commonly used type of filling material in temple filling is hyaluronic acid.

What are the Causes of Temporal Collapse?

Temporal collapse is an age-related problem that occurs in many people. For some people, temporal collapse, which does not pose a problem, is a factor that needs to be treated for some people. There are a number of causes of temple collapse and there is no rule that the same causes will apply to everyone. Some causes of temple collapse are:

  • Old age
  • Examination of the skin in the temple area
  • Volume loss
  • Muscle weakening
  • Bone resorption
  • Reduction of fat tissue

As a result, temporal collapse occurs and temporal filling is performed to solve this problem.