Upper third of the face

Upper third of the face

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Melting of the temporal muscle usually begins around the age of 40, followed by a drop in eyebrows and fine lines or wrinkles around the eyes. The digging of the temples accentuates the ageing and austere appearance of the face.

This problem mainly affects thin and elongated faces. In this live training, Dr. Maryna Taieb will share with you her experience in treating the area of temples, crow's feet, curved forehead and lion's wrinkles with the patient.

It will demonstrate during this event how the filling of the temples, forehead and dynamic wrinkles allows to regain radiance and tonicity of the upper part of the face, and recreate a harmony rejuvenating the whole face.

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