Fat cells are broken down each time kybella is injected into the area beneath the chin leaving you with a noticeable reduction under the chin.

Kybella contains deoxycholic acid, a naturally occurring substance that breaks down and absorbs fat cells. When injected into the fat beneath the chin, Kybella destroys fat cells, leading to a noticeable reduction in submental fullness over time.
The number of Kybella treatments required varies depending on individual factors such as the amount of submental fat and desired results. Most patients require multiple treatment sessions, spaced about four to six weeks apart, to achieve optimal outcomes.
Discomfort during Kybella injections is generally mild and temporary. Some patients may experience a sensation of warmth or stinging at the injection site, which usually subsides quickly. Topical numbing cream or ice packs may be applied before the procedure to enhance comfort.
Common side effects of Kybella treatment may include swelling, bruising, redness, numbness, or mild discomfort at the injection site. These effects are typically temporary and resolve within a few days to weeks. Serious complications are rare but may include nerve injury or difficulty swallowing if the injection is administered incorrectly. It’s essential to seek treatment from a qualified healthcare provider experienced in Kybella injections to minimize the risk of adverse effects.
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