Kybella is the newest non-surgical procedure that will remove your excess chin fat and have you back to work the next day. This FDA approved new injectable treatment targets stubborn excess fat around the chin and has minimal downtime. Sometimes, diet and exercise just aren’t enough.
Why is Kybella a Hot Trend?
- Non-invasive – that means no surgery!
- Quick, in-office treatment sessions
- Long-lasting results
How Kybella Works
Kybella breaks down excess fat cells over a period of time; an average patient requires two to four treatments to reach their cosmetic goals. The treatment area is injected with a natural compound in the body called deoxycholic acid that breaks down the extra fat cells. When this process occurs, the body naturally removes the excess cells over a period of time, which results in a natural more defined chin. Remember, this treatment is for targeting fat tissue only – if you suffer from the loose skin around the chin, Kybella may not be the best option for you.
Who Performs The Procedure?
It is best to find a board-certified plastic surgeon to perform the Kybella procedure. They should first draw a plan by mapping the fat tissue volume on the skin, guiding the injection pattern for the procedure. Then, a series of evenly spread injections are administered over a number of sessions determined by the surgeon.
What To Expect With Recovery
Swelling, bruising, and numbness is expected but is easily managed and gone within the first couple of days. The average patient typically requires three to four treatments to see visible results.
Dr. Denton Watumull is a Dallas Plastic Surgeon board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery with 9 years of residency and fellowship training at UT Southwestern Medical Center and over 25 years of practice experience. Your safety and an individualized approach is of primary importance to Dr. Watumull. For more information about breast surgery options or for more information about Dr. Watumull, please visit Create-Beauty.com. You can schedule a consultation with Dr. Watumull, by calling (972)470-5000.