Enhance the Temple With Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers in the temples are largely risk-free and can be used for a range of benefits. Your temple areas lose volume when you mature, resulting in a "hollow" appearance as the natural thickness of the skin begins to decline. Dermal fillers such as hyaluronic acid will allow the temples and brow region to add volume back to these hollow areas and regenerate thickness.

In the temple area, some dermal fillers will add volume and plump skin. These fillers serve to extend the skin and decrease the presence of lines around the areas like the forehead, your eyes, and yes, the temples.

Hyaluronic acid is particularly suited because this drug is naturally created by the body. This ensures that the body, with effects lasting for about a year, will re-absorb it without the risk of the body thinking it’s a toxic substance.

Dermal fillers in the temples only take a few minutes to inject and have a full recovery time of less than a few days. You also don’t need to be put under anesthesia or have someone take you home after the procedure.

The information above is brought to you by Peter Martinez-Noda (PMN) Health and Wellness Center, a clinic providing services such as family medicine Miami, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, weight management therapy, a medical spa, and more. We have more than two decades of experience and we strive to provide an optimum level of care to patients in a welcoming, professional environment. For more information on our dermal fillers Miami, our services, or if you have any questions, please call 786-284-5870 or visit our website to book an appointment online.

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