Newport Beach Kybella is both safe and effective. This is an FDA approved medicine specifically designed to help people get rid of double chins. It has minimal downtime and it’s a popular cosmetic treatment that’s an excellent alternative to other surgical procedures. There are no incisions needed.
The best candidates are over 18 years old and have severe to moderate fat underneath their chins. If you’re planning on having any kind of facial surgery you might not be a good fit. The same can be said if you’re nursing , pregnant or have difficulty swallowing.
Getting Ready For A Kybella for Double Chin Treatment
It’s important to discuss any cosmetic procedures you had done on your chin, neck or face with your injector as well as your medical history. Your healthcare provider should also know about any issues you have with bleeding.
Because this is a noninvasive procedure, there’s not much preparation required. However, it’s a good idea to schedule any treatments well before major events you plan on attending. Washing your face thoroughly before your appointment is a good idea. That can help reduce any risk of infection.
The procedure is minimally invasive and brief:
- A cosmetic surgeon can apply a numbing cream or an ice pack before to make the process more comfortable.
- The injection site is marked and prepared next.
- Newport Beach Kybella is then injected under your chin. There is only minimal discomfort and the whole process takes somewhere between 15 to 20 minutes.
One treatment can include a series of injections that are placed a small distance apart from each other.
What To Expect After The Procedure
Here at Ageless M.D., we will design a treatment plan that’s specific to your needs. Most of our patients require more than one session to reach their desired goals. Research and clinical studies indicate that most people who receive these treatments get visible results after about 2 to 4 sessions. Fifty nine percent of the respondents to a survey saw visible results after six appointments.
Newport Beach Kybella is a nonsurgical procedure. However there are some minor side effects in some people including numbness, redness, bruising and swelling. Most of these usually only last a few weeks. Still, the downtime is different from person to person. Patients who experience any severe issues should contact their healthcare provider immediately.