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As a guy, I have always been self conscious about my profile and double chin.  Double chins run in my family. But, I didn’t want surgery or downtime.  The Kybella procedure was done in the office and nobody knew I was even doing my treatments.  Finished my second treatment and can honestly say I would do it all over again.  The results were awesome.  Noah

KYBELLA™ Improves the Appearance and Profile of Moderate to Severe Chin Fat

Now you can nonsurgically improve your chin and neck profile with Kybella!

What is KYBELLA™?

KYBELLA™ is a prescription medicine used in adults to improve the appearance and profile of moderate to severe fat below the chin (submental fat), also called “double chin.” It is not known if KYBELLA™ is safe and effective for use outside of the submental area.

How often will you need treatments?

Results do of course vary. Each treatment is personalized between you and your provider, but most patients see substantial results with two to four treatments. These treatments can be administered with a minimum of four weeks between injections. The really great news is that once the cells are destroyed, they can no longer accumulate fat! Once you and your provider have reached your desired result, you will not likely need to be treated again!

The most common side effects of KYBELLA™ include swelling, bruising, pain, numbness, redness, and areas of hardness in the treatment area.

KYBELLA™ (deoxycholic acid) injection

  • Is a nonsurgical, 15- to 20-minute in-office treatment session
  • Is customized to help you achieve your treatment goals
  • Destroys fat cells when injected into the fat beneath your chin. Once the aesthetic goal is achieved, re-treatment is not expected

Are you a good candidate for KYBELLA™

Kybella is ideal for adult patients that have significant submental fullness due to “chin fat” (aka the appearance of a “double chin”) but are not prepared for the social downtime of cosmetic surgery.