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Many people are bothered by the area underneath their chin, particularly when excess fat begins to build up. In medical terms this is known as submental fat, although many people simply refer to it as a “double chin.” This fat can make people appear older and heavier than they are actually are. In most cases, eating well and exercise is not enough to get rid of this submental fat. For those frustrated by this chin profile, Kybella may just be the solution. Kybella is the only FDA-approved injectable treatment that will blast away those fat cells, give people the facial profile they’ve been looking for, and help them keep their chin up.
HOW IT WORKS
Kybella uses a synthetic deoxycholic acid to blast away the submental fat under a person’s chin. This molecule is naturally found in the body. The synthetic version simply boosts the levels of that molecule in the body, allowing more fat to be blasted away while using Kybella treatments.
After undergoing Kybella treatments, the cells in the chin are no longer able to store submental fat. This means once treatment reaches the desired goal, a person does not require ongoing treatments.
Kybella is injected into the chin area by a Kybella-trianed healthcare specialist. Several small injections will be done with each treatment taking about 15 to 20 minutes. Typically individuals will require more than one treatment, although no more than six treatments should be given. The amount of injections required will depend on the amount of submental fat a person wishes to eliminate.
Before treatment begins, a Kybella specialist will examine the area and determine if Kybella is right for a certain individual. When a person is a suitable candidate for Kybella treatments, the specialist will then determine how many treatments are needed.
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SIDE EFFECTCS OF KYBELLA
Like any medical treatment, Kybella does have some known side effects. These mostly include nerve injuries in and around the jar, trouble swallowing, and problems around the site of injection such as bruising, hair loss, and the death of certain tissue cells.
Due to the fact that Kybella is injected into the area, it is normal for people to experience swelling, bruising, and numbness in the chin after treatment. These symptoms are only temporary however, individuals should contact their doctor if they experience weakness in the facial muscles, or an uneven smile. People that have used Kybella should also contact their doctor in the case that they have difficulty swallowing, or open sores or drainage from the area that was treated.
TALK TO YOU DOCTOR BEFORE USING KYBELLA
Kybella is FDA-approved and as such, is considered safe for most people. Still, anyone considering Kybella treatments needs to speak to their doctor before treatment begins. Those that have had surgery or cosmetic treatments in their face, neck, or chin should mention this to their doctor before taking Kybella.
At this time, it’s not known if Kybella will harm an unborn baby, or a newborn. Due to this, those that are pregnant or are considering breastfeeding should also speak with their doctor before starting Kybella treatments.
WHO SHOULD NOT USE KYBELLA
In addition to individuals with any of the medical conditions or issues discussed above, it’s also important patients understand that Kybella is meant as a treatment for adults. It is unknown at this time if Kybella is an effective treatment for those under the age of 18.
Kybella is also considered safe when used to treat healthy adults. Those that have an infection in the chin or neck area should not use Kybella.
Kybella has been developed in order to help blast away the submental fat under a person’s chin. It’s unknown if this treatment will help with excess fat elsewhere on the body.
* Results may vary based on individual program adherence