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Temple Filler

What Is Temple Filler? ​

Temple filler is an injectable treatment used to fill out the temple area of the face. This non-surgical cosmetic procedure addresses hollow temples caused by a volume loss in the temple region that occurs naturally with age.

Temple filler benefits:

  • Creates a more youthful, balanced appearance 

  • Reduces hollowness in the temples 

  • Provides a subtle lifting effect

$700 per syringe

Only available with Facial Balancing.

Our Approach

By injecting hyperdilute Radiesse filler in the temples, volume is immediately restored. Results slowly fade over 3 years, but the biostimulatory effects of Radiesse induce collagen and elastin that can last 5 or more years.

Pre-Care | Post-Care
  • Avoid alcohol for a week before receiving temple filler. 

  • Consult with your medical provider if you can discontinue blood thinning medication such as Ibuprofen, Excedrin, Aspirin, Aleve, and Fish Oil 2 weeks before temple filler

  • Even though this is a non-surgical temple filler procedure, please do not wear makeup to your appointment.


Who is the ideal candidate for temple filler?

Patients experiencing hollow temples caused by a volume deficit in the temple region are the ideal candidates for temple filler. When the temples lack volume patients typically look older and more tired. By restoring the temples, patients' faces look more youthful and harmonized. 

What filler is used for temple filler procedures?

We use diluted Radiesse or Versa filler for temples. We will determine which product or combination is best for you during your appointment.

What are the potential side effects of temple filler?

Swelling, bruising, and mild tightness/soreness may be experienced after temple filler. These side effects resolve in just a few days and are easily managed with just a bit of Advil or Tylenol.

Why do you use Radiesse instead of hyaluronic acid for temple filler?

Both Radiesse or a hyaluronic acid-based filler can be appropriate for temple filler. Radiesse or a combination of Radiesse with hyaluronic acid is optimal because the filler lasts longer and has a biostimulatory component that allows your body to produce collagen and elastin to strengthen the skin.

Is temple filler dangerous?

At Lushful Aesthetics, we prioritize your safety and satisfaction with our temple filler procedures. Temple dermal fillers are a safe and effective way to achieve a youthful, refreshed appearance. Here’s why you can trust our services:

Expert Practitioners: Our team consists of board-certified nurse practitioners who specialize in non-surgical aesthetic procedures.

FDA-Approved Fillers: We use only FDA-approved fillers that have undergone rigorous testing for safety and efficacy.

Personalized Consultations: We provide thorough consultations to understand your medical history, any allergies, and your aesthetic goals, ensuring a tailored treatment plan that meets your needs.

Detailed Aftercare Instructions: We provide comprehensive post-procedure care instructions to help you achieve the best possible results and minimize any risks.