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Technical Strategies – Placement of Extended Temporal Implants

Temporal implants have come into usage to create a permanent augmentation effect of the muscle to the side of the eye. Some temporal augmentation patients have been through injectable fillers and fat injections first while others opt right for a permanent surgical effect with implants. These soft and very flexible implants are designed to replicate Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Male Total Forehead Reshaping

Background: The forehead occupies one-third of the face’s surface area. It also has a lot of animation effects from changes in eyebrow position and the creation of various horizontal and vertical wrinkle lines. But short of motion the shape of the forehead and the surrounding hair locations also impact the impression of one’s facial appearance. Read More…

OR Snapshots – Subfascial Placement of Temporal Implants

The one permanent and often most effective treatment for temporal hollowing is an implant approach. Temporal implants offer a smooth and volume-assured method for building out the anterior temporal aesthetic zone next to the eye. Of all the facial implants, it is the only one that augments muscle, not bone, and is very straightforward to Read More…

The Appearance of Temporal Implant Scars

Temporal implants offer the only assured permanent method of treatment for temporal hollows and improving the width/convexity of the upper facial third. It is a procedure performed through small vertical incisions in the temporal hairline. This provides the most direct method for placement by going underneath the deep temporalis fascia to place the implant on Read More…

Technical Strategies – A Superior Approach for Temporal Implant Placement

Temporal implants offer a permanent and effective augmentation method for unaesthetic temporal hollowing. They are usually inserted from the side into a subfascial pocket through small vertical skin incisions in the temporal hairline. While this incisional approach usually heals quite well, its use in the male patient who shaves his head or has a close Read More…

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