Temple Correction uses Radiesse to replenish volume loss that occurs naturally as we age to restore a more youthful appearance. Filling this area prevents the face from looking hollow or sunken in. Minimal swelling occurs with this treatment.
Temple Correction is the area adjacent to the eye, kind of right over here and above the brow. It is also important to look at this area because over time we do lose volume in the face, and we also lose muscle mass and our fat pads start disintegrating. And, one area that you see this most is right through here. And, when a person has a lot of volume loss through here, it almost gives, like, a sickly appearance, and just makes the face almost look saggy, right through here, when there's so much volume loss here, and there's just not a lot of foundation to hold the brow up. So, by doing temple correction, it's refilling the volume right through here. It can also help open up and give, kind of like, a lifted brow appearance.
Things you want to avoid 2 weeks prior:
Things you should avoid 24/48 hrs prior:
No NSAIDS (Aspirin, Advil, Aleve, etc)
Things you should do day of:
Eat before Appointment
*Please let us know if you are on medical blood thinners or have a condition that you are using NSAIDs.*
Post Op is pretty simple, keep the area iced to help reduce swelling and redness. The full recovery time for most injectables is 4 to 6 weeks. The healing process is never even so the swelling has the potential to be uneven over time.
Please report any redness, itching or blisters if it occurs, it is extremely important to let us know.
Things you want to avoid the following for the next 24 to 48 hrs:
Working out intensely
Any type of facial treatment (lashes, facials, etc)