Temple hollowing is part of the natural ageing process, often causing by the natural breakdown of bony structures.
“Hollowness in the temples can be effectively treated with dermal temple filler injections, with a secondary improvement in the position of the eyebrow.”
A hollowing of the temples is a natural part of the ageing process. Soft tissue and bone dissolves while muscle and fascia (your connective tissues) change. This leads to less structural support in the temple area, which results in folds, wrinkles and volume loss.
Hollowing of the temples can cause the face to appear gaunt and skeletal. The good news is that hollow temples can be treated non-surgically and very quickly, with dermal filler.
Dermal Filler treatments in the temples can make a very significant contribution to keeping the face well-proportioned and youthful.
The youthful face is usually full and firm with round or “convex” temples, flowing down through full cheeks into a thinner jaw; it’s the “heart shaped face”.