Are You Ready to Lose That Double-Chin?

Published on: April 10, 2016

As you age, your skin on your face, chin and neck begins to change. One of the most noticeable changes is often happening below you face, right under your chin. Fat deposits and sagging skin under your chin can make you look older and heavier in the face, especially when it creates the appearance of a double-chin. However, a new cosmetic procedure can help you eliminate that excess fat without surgery: Kybella.

What Is Kybella?

Unlike surgical procedures to remove excess fat and skin from under your chin, Kybella is an injectable that requires little to no down time. Kybella is a synthetic bio acid that works to reduce the fat under your chin by rupturing the fat cells accumulated there, allowing them to be reabsorbed by your body. This permanently removes these fat cells, allowing you to lose that double chin without the need for surgery.

How Long Does Kybella Take to Work?

Kybella won’t work over night, but it will begin working immediately after your first injection. Most people will need a minimum of two injections spaced four to six weeks apart. After the second injection, your cosmetic surgeon can help you determine whether further injections will be beneficial. The good news is these injections can be done quickly during an office visit and won’t require social down time. Your chin fat will begin to dissipate over a few weeks, seeming to naturally reform your chin to its more youthful shape.

Don’t hide when someone wants to take your picture due to your embarrassing double-chin. Look younger and feel more confident with the help of Kybella injections from your local cosmetic surgeon.

Posted on behalf of:
Hunter Moyer, MD
1400 Northside Forsyth Dr.  #390
Cumming, GA 30041
(404)  250-3393

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