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Kybella PCDC

Woman having double chin cosmetically treated with Kybella

Kybella is a non-surgical injectable treatment designed to eliminate submental fullness, commonly called a “double-chin”. It utilizes a synthetic form of deoxycholic acid, a substance naturally found in our bodies that aids in the breakdown and absorption of dietary fat. The treatment involves a series of injections that target the fat cells under the chin, gradually destroying them and resulting in a more contoured appearance. The procedure has been known to be equally as effective in other pockets of unwanted fat such as the armpit, inner thighs, and more!

The Procedure:

Before undergoing Kybella, you’ll have a consultation to assess your eligibility for the treatment. If you’re a suitable candidate, the procedure can typically be performed in a clinical setting without anesthesia.

During the treatment, a grid pattern may be marked on your chin to guide the injections accurately. Then small injections are administered directly into the fatty tissue. Each session usually takes 15-20 minutes, and the required treatments vary depending on your needs.

Benefits of Kybella:

  1. Non-invasive: Unlike surgical procedures, Kybella offers a non-invasive alternative for reducing submental fullness. This means no incisions, stitches, or lengthy recovery periods.
  2. Natural-looking results: As the fat cells are gradually eliminated, the results of Kybella appear more natural compared to other invasive procedures.
  3. Minimal downtime: Following each treatment, you can resume your daily activities with little to no downtime. However, it’s common to experience temporary swelling, bruising, soreness, or numbness in the treated area.
  4. Long-lasting effects: Once the fat cells are destroyed, they cannot return. Therefore, the results of Kybella are long-lasting, provided you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
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