Second, age architecture also includes hollow cheeks, orbits, and temples. The temples are located on both sides of the face and eyes. The tip of the eyebrows ends in front of the temples and the upper edge centers your forehead. We all lose volume from our temples during the aging process. As the temples descend, this effect is a visibly narrowing of the upper part of the face, along with a visible shortening of the eyes to the temple area and drooping of the eyebrow. Carving temples is a natural part of the aging process. Soft tissue and bone melt, muscle and fascia (your connective tissues) change. This leads to less structural support in the temple area, resulting in folds, wrinkles and loss of volume. Many non-surgical applications such as fat injection or hyaluronic acid filling material can be used for hollow temples.