Kybella

Kybella Denver

KYBELLA® is a prescription medicine used in adults to improve the appearance and profile of moderate to severe fat below the chin (submental fat), also called “double chin.” It is not known if KYBELLA® is safe and effective for use outside of the submental area or in children less than 18 years of age.

Why would someone want or need Kybella

Kybella is formulated to target the stuborn fat can form below your chin and is often reffered to as a doulbe chin. Double chins can form on anyone at anytime and are not directly related or caused by becoming overweight or poor diet. A few reasons to use Kybella include:

  • Stubborn chin fat
  • Upper Neck fat deposits
  • Lower neck fat deposits
  • Double Chin reduction
  • Tighten skin in neck area
  • Improve confidence
  • Improved profile

Kybella serves a very specific purpose and should not be injected in areas outside of the chin and neck area. Consult our SculptedMD medical team for additional information. Sign up for a FREE consultation today.

Denver Kybella Injections

  • Meet with out medical esthetician
  • Comprehensive Kybella injection plan
  • Puchase the needed Kybella
  • Esthetician performs a series of injections
  • Recovery and followup

Additional Kybella Information

How Long Does botox Last?
Botox injections usually last between 3- 6 months, in some cases it has been known to sometimes last as long as 4-12 months, depending on your individual facial muscles. If we use a dermal filler in conjunction with the Botox, the filler will have its own timeline for effectiveness.
What is Botox and How Does It Work?
Botox is a toxin called botulism that is injected into muscles. It works by relaxing the muscle by blocking transmission of the nerve signal to the muscles. Normally, when the pull of the muscles relaxes, the overlying skin flattens. Sometimes we relax the underlying muscle and the wrinkle, crease, fold or line is still visible. In that case, we use Botox to relax the muscle, and we use a dermal filler to fill in the crease.
How Is The Procedure Performed?
Botox is injected into the facial muscle underlying the problem area. The Botox injectate is prepared fresh on the day of the injection. With a very tiny needle, small amounts of Botox are injected into the muscles to be paralyzed. Botox takes about a half a second to inject. The number of units needed varies depending on muscle strength and the extent of wrinkles/expression lines.
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What is Recovery Like?
Discomfort is minimal and lasts only a few seconds. There are no recognized permanent side effects to Botox. Occasionally, the tiny needle may puncture a small blood vessel during the injection, and a small black and blue mark may develop. This can last from five to ten days and can require makeup to cover. If any Botox reaches a facial muscle not being treated, partial weakness of that muscle may last for several months.