What is Kybella?

What is Kybella?

Find out if this cosmetic treatment is the best way to get rid of your double chin.

Having a double chin can feel pretty embarrassing, and while many people assume Kybellathat only those who are overweight get double chins this is far from accurate. Anyone can develop a double chin. If you are looking for a way to get a more defined chin that is free of excess fat then find out how our Morristown, Mt. Arlington, Liberty Corner and Bridgewater, NJ dermatologists can help.

What is Kybella?

This FDA-approved treatment is used to dissolve excess fat around the chin.

How does it work?

This injection contains deoxycholic acid, a molecule that is naturally occurring within the body, which is used to target and destroy fat cells that your body will then naturally absorb over the course of a few days.

If you’ve been thinking about getting surgery or liposuction to remove your double chin but you don’t really want to go through an invasive cosmetic procedure, Kybella is a great alternative. Kybella offers a unique and significantly less invasive way to treat excessive chin fat.

How many treatments will I need?

This will vary depending on the severity of your condition. Most patients will get anywhere from 12 to 20 small injections during one visit, with many people needing about two or three visits in order to get the best results. Each visit is spread out about a month apart and getting Kybella only takes about 15 minutes.

When you come in for a consultation we will create a customized treatment plan that will help you to achieve your specific goals. Most people see visible results within two to four treatments.

Kybella could be the treatment you’ve been looking for to finally say goodbye to that double chin. Find out if you are the right candidate for Kybella by scheduling a consultation with Affiliated Dermatologists & Dermatologic Surgeons, PA, with locations in Morristown, Mt. Arlington, Liberty Corner and Bridgewater, NJ.

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