Eliminate a Double Chin With KYBELLA Treatments
Have you become self-conscious about the appearance of your profile, specifically below your chin? If so, you’re not alone. Having an extra layer of fat below the chin, often described as a “double chin,” is very common. Many people struggle with this because even after weight loss and proper diet and exercise, the fat stored below the chin does not go away. Dr. Valerie Barba is certified in administering KYBELLA treatment and is ready to help. For patients who have already achieved a healthy smile and are interested in facial rejuvenation, our Manasquan dental spa offers the Barba ReFresh, which includes KYBELLA treatments.
What it is and How it Works
KYBELLA is an FDA-approved series of injectable treatments that target fat cells under the chin. This excess fat can leave you looking older or heavier than you are. KYBELLA treatment can help improve the look of your profile by eliminating the stubborn pockets of fat that create a look of fullness beneath your chin, giving you the appearance of a more defined chin and neckline.
KYBELLA treatment is gaining popularity because it is the only non-invasive treatment for eliminating a double chin. One of the active ingredients used in KYBELLA is synthetic deoxycholic acid. It works by breaking down fat cells to improve the contour of your chin.
Each treatment at our dental office lasts about 15 to 20 minutes. It may take up to a series of four treatments to get the results you want. The number of injections you receive will depend on your aesthetic goals and the amount of submental fat under your chin. During your consultation with Dr. Barba, you can view photos of KYBELLA results from real patients as well as discuss your aesthetic goals. Dr. Barba will then create a customized plan for your KYBELLA treatments.
Before starting this or any treatment, always speak with Dr. Barba about your concerns. A thorough medical history is reviewed to ensure safety. You may also consult your medical doctor about important safety information and approved uses pertinent to your personal medical status.