Kybella, the chin fat injection, is injected in specific areas to decrease the amount of fat and tighten the overlying skin. It is the first, and only FDA approved product that dissolves fat from the “double chin.” It is a human-made version of deoxycholic acid, a substance our bodies produce naturally to absorb fat.
Although Kybella injections are primarily used under the chin, it can also be used to decrease the appearance of the jowls.
Many people are bothered by fat under the chin. Even people who are not overweight experience this problem. The appearance of a double chin is unsightly, uncomfortable, and all too common. It can lead to poor self-esteem and discouragement because it is hard to get rid of. Exercising can play a big part in unwanted fat. However, the chin muscles are more laborious to workout.
One in four people between the ages of 18-79 says they are bothered by their chin. However, with special treatment, Kybella can reduce or eliminate it.
It’s important to review any medical procedure with your doctor before continuing. He or she can help you determine if there are going to be any adverse effects of the procedure in conjunction with any medication you are currently taking or any medical conditions you have.
If you have an infection in the treatment area, it should be resolved before proceeding. If you had or plan to have surgery on your face, neck, or chin, talk to your healthcare provider about whether Kybella is right for you. Women should also talk to their provider if they are pregnant or breastfeeding. Studies have not been conducted on whether Kybella can pass into breast milk or not.
Trouble swallowing and bleeding problems can also affect whether you should receive this procedure, so make sure your doctor knows about these conditions as well as if you are taking medication that prevents the clotting of your blood.
Kybella Submental Treatment
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Kybella Jowls Treatment
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