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Temple Filler

Restore your youth

The Temples are often overlooked when it comes to facial rejuvenation, which is a surprise when you consider that it is one of the first areas of the face to lose volume as we age. Hollowing of the temples can cause the face to appear gaunt, skeletal and tired, but treated with dermal filler and your face will be looking full, vibrant and youthful once again.

Temple Filler Improves:

-Deep divets and hollowness

-Skeletal look

-Volume loss

-Fine lines and wrinkles

-Premature ageing


…and more


How long does the product last?

Temple Filler lasts on average for 12-18 months, however there are many deciding factors when it comes to its longevity, them being- clients anatomy, metabolism, dose, placement, and product type.

Is there downtime?

Expect swelling and the chance of some bruising after treatment which may last up to one week.

Clients have reported a slight headache immediately after.

Who will be treating me?

Temple Filler is administered by an experienced My Botique Medical Professional after a thorough consultation and script procurement. 

For more information on who our staff are and their professional backgrounds, please visit the About Us section of this website.

Is there any side effects/risks?

As there is with any medical procedure, temple filler comes with some potential risks and side effects clients should consider before undergoing treatment. 





-Textural irregularities

These risks are extremely rare but worth noting:

-Allergic reaction



What do I need to know about aftercare?

-Avoid touching, rubbing, or physical pressure on the affected area

-Avoid high temperatures like steam rooms, saunas, or heated exercise classes for 48 hours after treatment. 

-Avoid makeup on the area for up to 24 hours after.

-Avoid blood thinners such as Ibuprofen and fish oil tablets.

To assist with bruising, Arnica tablets may be recommended. 

Does it hurt?

The pain associated with temple filler is mild.

My Botique uses dermal filler that contains Lidocaine, a numbing agent that assists with decreasing discomfort during treatment. 

How much does it cost?

Temple Filler starts from $695 per ML


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