Kybella™ | Eliminate Double Chin

Are you bothered by “double chin”? Submental fullness, also referred to as “double chin”, does not improve no matter how much you diet or exercise. Submental fullness has been traditionally treated surgically with a neck lift or liposuction. South Shore MA Kybella™ treatment for double chin offers a non-invasive, effective treatment that provides long-lasting results. Below is information on how Kybella can eliminate double chin.

What is Kybella?

Kybella™ is a fat-dissolving drug recently approved by the FDA. The active ingredient in Kybella is deoxycholic acid, a naturally occurring substance that enhances the breakdown and absorption of dietary fat. Unwanted fat cells become destroyed, and cannot store fat any longer.

How is Kybella performed?

Kybella treatment is performed as a series of injections beneath your chin that are spaced 2 months apart. Most patients typically require 2-4 treatments. Kybella is a personalized treatment. Therefore a patient with a much fuller neck may require up to 6 treatments to achieve the desired results. The South Shore MA Kybella treatment for double chin improves the contour and shape of the chin and upper neck. Kybella treatment has been associated with very high rates of patient satisfaction, and most patients report improvement in self-perception.

What should I expect after South Shore MA Kybella treatment for double chin?

Kybella injections are overall well tolerated. Side effects are transient and include mild swelling, tenderness, and perhaps numbness. These mild side effects become less severe with each subsequent treatment. Local anesthesia and ice may help to make the treatment more tolerable.

If you’re looking for a solution for “double chin”, South Shore MA Kybella™ treatment from Dr. Kroumpouzos can help renew your youthful appearance and reduce submental fullness.

Double Chin

Double chin before and after Kybella treatment. If you like the results you see here, please request a cosmetic consultation (click on online consultation link) to learn more about this procedure.