KYBELLA® – Treatment for Fat Below the Chin
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Double chins, “turkey gizzards”….these appearance issues plague many, however a viable, non-invasive treatment is finally available: Kybella®. This easy treatment for the area referred to as the “double chin” is finally available, allowing those afflicted with “turkey gizzards” to feel confident about how they look once again. The treatment is simple, relatively painless, requires no downtime as opposed to surgical procedures, and is remarkably effective.
What Is Kybella®?
Kybella® was approved for treatment of submental fullness (double chin) in April of 2015. It’s a revolutionary option for those dealing with double chins, as diet and exercise don’t always improve this common appearance issue. The specialized, revolutionary procedure removes fat around the chin via injections. Fat dissolves over time instead of being sucked out as per liposuction.
The seemingly-miraculous treatment’s main ingredient is deoxycholic acid, a substance naturally
found in the human body. The acid plays a substantial role in bodily fat management. In terms of Kybella®, deoxycholic acid safely breaks down fat cell membranes, allowing the body to eliminate them.
Different Than Weight Loss
The procedure is very different from weight loss. When you lose weight, fat cells shrink, resulting in a “visible volume” reduction. Kybella® destroys fat cells permanently, subsequently creating a drastic improvement in physical appearance. The eradication of the double chin remains barring severe changes in diet and overall lifestyle.
What Occurs During The Kybella® Procedure?
The Kybella® procedure involves making 10 to 20 tiny injections at the affected area. Small injections are designed to allow the product to spread evenly through the treatment site so the double chin shrinks naturally. Three to six monthly sessions are recommended depending on the amount of fat in the chin. The procedure is relatively painless, with numbing creams and local anesthetics used to ensure minimal discomfort.