How Can I Treat a Double Chin?

Do you feel unhappy about your double chin?  That’s understandable because the under-chin area is difficult to reduce as it doesn’t respond to diet and exercise.  But if you wish to treat that annoying double chin without surgery, there are non-surgical options available.   

How Can I Treat A Double Chin?

You can treat a double chin non-surgically with Kybella.  Kybella is an FDA approved injectable treatment for moderate-to-severe fat below the chin.  Synthetic deoxycholic acid is the main active ingredient in Kybella.  Deoxycholic acid is a substance that occurs naturally in the body and helps break down and absorb fats. 

How Kybella Works

During Kybella treatment, several small injections are made into the submental fat below the chin.   Kybella breaks down the membrane of the fat cells, and the treated cells are processed and naturally removed by the body over the following weeks. 

The chin gradually becomes slimmer and more contoured as the fat cells are flushed from the body.  

Kybella is ideal for people with mild to moderate skin laxity. 

How Many Kybella Treatments Do I Need?

The number of Kybella treatments required will depend on the amount of fat in the area and the desired outcome, but most patients need 2-4 sessions.   A total of 6 treatments can be administered. 

Is There Any Downtime?

Kybella is a completely non-surgical treatment, so there is no downtime.  Consequently, patients can resume regular activities right after their appointment. 

When Will I See Results?

Initial results are apparent about 2 weeks after treatment, but it can take up to 3 months to see the full results. 

How Long Do The Results Last?

Kybella dissolves the fat cells and once removed from the body they are gone for good, so the results can last for years. 

If you are ready to say goodbye to your double chin and refine your profile, Kybella can help you achieve the look you want. 

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