Temples & Brows

Sometimes when one looses significant amounts of weight or more commonly as a result of the normal aging process, the temples become hollow and sunken. The soft line of the youthful face should continue in a gentle convex contour around the temple region.

As fat shrinks from the natural temporal fat pads, these areas become hollow and concave – a boney look that often continues onto the sides of the eyebrow bone. In addition to the underlying bone, other structures that used to be camouflaged by the fat tissue of youth are suddenly visible: veins and arteries, muscles and tendons. The careful injection of fat fills this area and softens the appearance of the temples and brows for the youthful fullness we desire.

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For further details, please contact Massachusetts fat transfer specialist Dr. Fechner to schedule a consultation.

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