DOUBLE CHIN TREATMENT WITH KYBELLA® IN BOYNTON BEACH, FL
DOUBLE CHIN TREATMENT WITH KYBELLA®
KYBELLA® is an FDA-approved injectable treatment that destroys fat cells under the chin to improve your profile. KYBELLA® is often called the “Mini Liposuction in a Syringe.”
The active ingredient in KYBELLA® is synthetic deoxycholic acid. Deoxycholic acid is a molecule naturally produced by the body and helps break down and absorb dietary fats. KYBELLA® results in a reduction in fullness under the chin once it is injected into the stored fat. Once KYBELLA® has destroyed these cells, they cannot accumulate or store fat, so further treatments are unnecessary once you reach your aesthetic goal.
Generally, two to four treatments are typically needed to achieve desired results. Yes! This revolutionary treatment is making a big difference in people’s lives worldwide!
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Before & After
Frequently Asked Questions
KYBELLA® is a procedure that breaks down fat cells and prevents them from accumulating new ones. Breaking down fat is done by injecting deoxycholic acids. Deoxycholic acid is injected through a needle into the dermis (the skin’s layer below the epidermis) or subcutaneously (underneath the skin).
KYBELLA® is a good option for people with excess neck fat under the chin who want to avoid surgery.
You should start noticing a difference in four to six weeks. You should see satisfactory results about eight weeks after having the suggested number of KYBELLA® injections.
Only KYBELLA®-trained healthcare professionals can administer treatment. Several small injections are given under your chin during each treatment, which takes about 15 to 20 minutes. The number of injections you’ll need depends on the amount of fat under your chin and your desired profile.
Yes, they do! The injection of KYBELLA® assists in eliminating fat cells from your body and preventing new fat from forming..
The treated area will swell during the first week or two following treatment and be somewhat painful. However, most patients can resume their daily activities the next day.