Melt Away Your Double Chin Without Surgery!
Silk Touch Cosmetic Surgery, Lipo & Medspa is excited to now offer Kybella – the only FDA approved injectable to get rid of fat. Now you can get rid of your pesky double chin without surgery! While injectables have always been used to reverse the signs of aging in faces, there was no great solution for getting rid of extra fat around the jowls and under the chin without surgey. Now you can with Kybella (deoxycholic acid).*
Kybella is the first and only FDA-approved nonsurgical treatment that contours and improves the appearance of submental fullness – commonly referred to as “double chin.” This treatment can significantly improve chin contouring without the invasiveness and downtime of surgery.
Benefits of Kybella Treatment for Double Chins or Neck Fat
- Eliminates chin fat*
- Gets rid of double chin*
- No surgery, no downtime
- Treatments only take 15-20 minutes
- Made of a naturally-occurring molecule in the body that aids in the breakdown and absorption of fat
Who is a candidate?
Ideal candidates are individuals who want to eliminate fatty areas on their neck and chin. This treatment is the ideal way to reduce your double chin and saggy neck for those who prefer not to do Neck Liposuction.
If you are looking to get more definition in your chin, jawline and neck then Kybella is for you!* Schedule your free consultation today.
How Does It Work?
Kybella is a synthetic formulation of deoxycholic acid – a substance that naturally occurs in your body. This substance, when synthesized, is used to break down and absorb dietary fat. For over 9 years, Kybella has been under development and has been the subject of over 20 clinical studies involving more than 2,600 patients.
When properly injected in the submental area, Kybella has been shown to dissolve the fat that causes double chin. The result – a more streamlined neck and enhanced contour along the jaw line.
How Long Does the Kybella Treatment Take?
What is the downtime with Kybella injections?
While you may experience some bruising and/or swelling at the injection site, there is typically no downtime associated with this injectable treatment. Slight swelling can last between 4 and 7 days.
*Procedure results are typical and may vary