Sunken Temple Area

Temple area is mainly composed of the temporalis muscle and the underlying fat tissue. It normally appears rather flat in nature. The main changes that can be observed during physiological aging are the appearance of depression resulting from muscle shrinking and loss of supportive fat tissue.


  • Dermal Filler

    Dermal Filler

    Dermal tissue filler has been widely used in aesthetic medicine, Hyaluronic acid is considered as most commonly used material, it is a naturally occurring polysaccharides distributing throughout dermis, epithelial and neural tissue to provide support of dermal structure and hydration to skin. However, the production of Hyaluronic acid will gradually decline with age, hormonal changed and excessive sun exposure. Skin then begins to lose its fullness and elasticity and result the presence of dehydrated and sunken texture , static lines and wrinkles.

    Replenishing deprived hyaluronic acid via injecting directly into dermal layers help rehydrating the skin and restoring weakened dermal support, and hence improvement of deep grooves and lines and improve the overall facial contouring. Common areas of treatment include tear-trough deformity, sunken and sagging mid-cheek, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, sunken temple areas, as well to enhance nasal bridge, chin and lip. Normally exogenous hyaluronic acid can last 6 – 9 months but duration does vary individually. They will be gradually dissolved and eventually excreted. Possible post injection phenomenon include transient swelling, redness and bruise, normally it will subside within 1 week. However, it is not recommended for pregnant, epileptic patients, drug allergy to anesthetic, and those on blood thinning medications such as warfarin and aspirin.

  • Ellanse Dermal Filler Collagen Booster

    Ellanse Dermal Filler Collagen Booster

    As a dermal tissue filler, Ellanse is a new breakthrough as the mixture of hyaluronic acid, radiesse and collagen booster. It is unique for its specificity to be able to fill and lift (eg nose, chin, nasolabial folds and tear trough deformity), and at the same time to induce collagen synthesis. Therefore, its effect can be more stable and durable, normally it can last for more than one year.

    This new member of dermal filler is formed by combing two materials PCL and CMC to produce a good anti-aging effect. Both ingredients are approved by US FDA as safe for clinical usage.

  • Poly-L-lactic acid/PLLA

    Poly-L-lactic acid/PLLA

    The elasticity of skin is mostly contributed by healthy collagen and elastin fibers present in the dermal layer, these important elements will gradually reduce in quantity and quality with aging process, and resulted in wrinkles, grooves, hollowness and sagginess. Poly-L-Lactic Acid (PLLA) is one kind of fillers and also known as collagen booster. The new collagen was produced when PLLA was broken down into carbon dioxide and water. The newly formed healthy collagen will replace the quantity lost of original collagen, and support the falling down dermal layer, and hence it can achieve wrinkle reduction, cheek augmentation and facial contouring effect (Total Facial Rejuvenation). Commonly treated areas include facial contouring, cheek augmentation, tear trough deformity, sunken temple area, nasolabial folds and marionette lines.