How many syringes of filler do I need for temples? (photos)

I think I might want to fill in my temples but I'd like an estimate of how many fingers I would need to do this. Also what kind of filler would work best in this area? Thank you

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In my practice I use Sculptra. Sculptra is a great option for rejuvenating sunken temples without having any irregularities or an overfilled result. It fills the temple region by producing a natural look to the face. Without a consultation it is difficult to give you the amount I would inject. I suggest consulting with a meticulous and experienced cosmetic physician who specializes in facial rejuvenation using fillers. Best Regards, Dr. Berger

Beverly Hills Physician
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Filler for temples

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Hello, and thanks for your question. It's hard to say without an in-person evaluation, but you would likely need at least 1-2 syringes. I recommend an in-person evaluation with a well-trained dermatologist or plastic surgeon. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.  

Corey Frucht, MD, PhD
Santa Barbara Dermatologic Surgeon
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2-4 mis of filler-Juvederm Voluma

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Everyone will have their own favourite filler. You will require 1-2 mls of Juvederm each side. I tend to fit the front upper and lower quadrant, leaving the back (this saves the amount of filler that is used). The temple area should be treated as a unit, so I often volumise the brows and also fill the lateral or malar (cheekbones) if needed. This gives balance to the area. All the bestDr Davin Lim Laser and aesthetic dermatologistBrisbane. Australia 

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