Kybella is the new injectable which melts fat under the chin.
I just saw one of my patients whom I did Kybella for, and her jawline is better. We all can love that. And it tightened her skin, which was a concern of mine when Kybella started.
So are you a candidate?
WHO is best?
WHAT will it fix?
WHO SHOULD NOT DO IT?
SO WHAT IS THE SCARF DEAL?
In discussing this with others, there is some downtime with Kybella. Though there is no operative procedure, and frequently little bruising, you do get swelling. The worst swelling is when you do the first round of injections. So in thinking about how to do this, we thought give us a weekend, and we’ll give you a scarf.
Expect to need two rounds of injections.
Call our office for an appointment to evaluate you. The actual procedure takes about 15-30 minutes, is minimally painful, and you can drive to and from by yourself.
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