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Surgeons

Kybella

Stubborn fat under the chin may be difficult to get rid of. Our experienced practitioners can utilize Kybella to slim the chin area, improving your profile, and enhancing your natural beauty.

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"The personalized, compassionate care I received was outstanding. I am so impressed, there are no areas to approve upon."
Patient, Polyclinic Plastic Surgery

Overview

Overview

What is Kybella?

Kybella is a non-surgical treatment for excess fat beneath the chin. It is the only FDA-approved treatment for adults struggling with stubborn fat. The process utilizes injections that target and destroy fat cells under the chin.

Many patients see an improvement in just two sets of injection treatments spaced six weeks apart. Kybella is quickly done in-office with no pain or downtime. Say goodbye to stubborn fat under the chin, and hello to beautiful results and improved facial contours.


Benefits

Benefits

What are the Benefits?

After Kybella treatments at Polyclinic Plastic Surgery, you will enjoy:

  • A reduction in fat beneath the chin
  • Improved profile
  • Little to no downtime
  • Long-lasting outcome
  • A boost in self-confidence
  • Beautiful, natural results

Candidates

Who is the Ideal Candidate?

The ideal candidate is 18 years or older with stubborn fat beneath the chin and good skin elasticity. Candidates should be patient, as multiple treatments are required and spaced out. It is also important for candidates to have realistic expectations.


Recovery

Recovery

What Can I Expect from Recovery?

After a Kybella treatment, you may experience minor swelling or discomfort. Ice and over the counter painkillers are sufficient to ease side effects. Minor swelling and bruising may last a few days after treatment. You will be able to return to normal activity immediately after treatment. Depending on how many sets of injections are recommended for you, you will likely see final results four to six weeks after your last treatment.



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Faq's

Frequently Asked Questions

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SAFETY OF BREAST IMPLANTS DURING PREGNANCY

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