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What Is Kybella Treatment?

Kybella, favored by A-Listers and Elietest’s alike, is a deoxycholic acid that helps contour and improve the appearance of facial fullness, (that’s fancy talk for “double chin”). This FDA-approved, non-surgical treatment will not only help reduce the appearance of “bloat” but will help restore youth back into your facial features. By regaining structure in the chin and jawline, you can take years off of your appearance and help boost your confidence that can’t be found in the gym.

How Does Kybella Work?

Kybella contains the active ingredient known as deoxycholic acid which is a naturally occurring molecule in the body which further helps the breakdown and absorption of dietary fats. By injecting this active-ingredient underneath the chin, Kybella works to cause destruction of the existing fat cells. Once these fat cells are destroyed they can no longer accumulate or store new fat in the treated area.

How Much Is Kybella Injections?

Just like each patient’s needs are different, so are their treatment plans. Price varies depending on the amount of treatments and product needed to achieve optimal results. When consulting with one of our Doctors in regards to your Kybella treatment, you’ll receive a customized plan tailored to your specific desired results. Many of our Kybella patients see visible improvements in their jaw line contour and chin profile in as little as 2-4 treatments.

How Many Kybella Treatments Will I Need?

Considering all of our patients are different, the amount of treatments needed will depend on your desired results. Once you meet with one of our specialists, they will create your customized Kybella treatment regimen to help you gain a better understanding of how many injections will be needed and how often you will need to come in for your treatments. Once your aesthetic response is achieved, it is not commonly expected for you to come in and retreat those areas.

What Are The Side Effects Associated With The Kybella Treatment?

The most commonly reported side effects after the Kybella treatment are swelling, bruising, redness, pain, numbness and areas of hardness around the treated area. More serious side effects include nerve injury in the jaw causing an uneven smile, facial muscle weakness and trouble swallowing. We advise all of our patients to consult with their primary health care provider to help determine if Kybella is safe for you and that the side effects do not run the risk of causing further damage.

If you are interested in learning more about our Kybella treatment and if it is the right option for you, visit BeautyFixMedSpa.com or call 212-366-4787 to schedule your free consultation in our New York location today!

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