Tustin Kybella for double chin works on submental fullness. This condition is also called double chin and it’s a very common condition. It affects both men and women. Weight gain, genetics and aging are just a few of the factors behind it.
Here’s a few of the common questions we get about this product with the answers that can help you make a good decision.
What Is Tustin Kybella?
This is an FDA approved injectable used in adults. It works on the profile and appearance of severe to moderate fat below the chin or submental fat. The active ingredient in this product is deoxycholic acid.
How Does This Product Work?
Synthetic deoxycholic acid is a molecule that occurs naturally in the body and works to absorb and breakdown dietary fat. This is injected underneath the skin. It destroys fat cells so they can no longer accumulate.
How Many Treatments Are Needed?
We can create a special profile for you at Ageless MD. Each treatment provides small injections under your chin. Generally, we space them at least one month apart and you’ll need six in total. There’s more good news. Many of our patients see results in only 2 to 4 treatment sessions.
In a recent survey, 60% of patients received six treatments to get the desired results.
How Long Do These Results Last?
The fat removal results from this product last for the rest of your life. Individuals are different. However, most people can’t grow new fat cells after their 25th birthday. The deoxycholic acid used in the formula destroy a large percentage offending tissue in any given area after only one treatment session.
How Soon Do Patients See Results?
Most people will see noticeable results in anywhere from 1 to 7 months. When you come in for an initial consultation concerning Tustin Kybella for double chin, we will be able to advise you on how many sessions you’ll need. If you’re only suffering from mild to moderate submental fat, you might only need 3 to 4 appointments. If you have an excess amount of fat in your chin, you’ll need up to six. Keep in mind that each of these appointments are usually scheduled four to six weeks apart.