The majority of males prefer their dermal filler and other cosmetic results to be natural. Here we will share a case of a man in his early thirties who had dermal fillers and a threadlift.
This case is important to assess as males also tend to prefer that lean and angular look, but a youthful version. As practitioners, we always need to have a great discussion with the patient to determine the aesthetic look they are trying to achieve.
As we can see in the before image, the patient is very lean, with low body fat. He has quite deep temples, which is often associated with this body type. We decided to inject dermal filler to each temple.
He also has some ageing in the midface and tear trough area. He did not want to have that unnatural cheek appearance, which can be so common these days, and we were also concerned with water attraction to his under eye area, so we decided to proceed with short PDO threads for the midface.
His results are very naturally enhanced. He has also had a significant skin improvement, which usually occurs after short threads. He also had recent RF microneedling to his full face, with extra passes under his eye area.
Temples before and after filler
Here we see the results after injectables to a male’s temples. We decided to still keep him angular and lean looking and chose to not overfill the temple, leaving a gentle depression, see below.
The Midface Threadlift
Our doctor used multiple PDO threads to stimulate the collagen in the midface, we were interested in improving the under eye area, including shortening the tear trough and improving the festoons.
The results are very natural and are the typical subtle results that we are able to achieve with a midface short threadlift.