How to Get Rid of a Double Chin Without Surgery

Kybella™ is the first, and only, FDA-approved injectable designed to target submental fullness (under-chin fat). It uses a well-known synthetic form of stomach acid (deoxycholic acid) to gradually break down fat. Once fat cells are dead, your body naturally metabolizes them and flushes them out.

Until a few years ago, the only real way to reduce the appearance of that dreaded double chin was through surgical means. These days, men and women with busy lifestyles can enjoy a well-defined jawline with a simple in-office treatment called Kybella™. At Precision Aesthetics in Santa Ana, we have a resident certified injector on staff for your safety and convenience.

Your minimally-invasive Kybella™ treatment can be done in less than an hour making it an ideal ‘lunchtime’ procedure. The actual injection process takes just 15-minutes.

Remove double chin fat without surgery!

It’s important to choose a skilled injector with the extensive knowledge that comes with certification. Our highly-trained medical staff understands the precise depth and injection locations to ensure an optimal outcome without harming surrounding tissue.

In the weeks following your initial Kybella™ session, you’ll begin to see gradual improvement in your profile. Two to six procedures may be necessary to meet your end-goals. Appointments are spaced approximately 1-month apart.

Most patients find Kybella™ to be a very well-tolerated alternative to surgery. Downtime is minimal, side effects are mild to moderate, and results are long-lasting. After you’ve achieved your desired results, maintaining healthy lifestyle habits can prolong the outcome of your treatment for years to come.

Take The First Step

Ready to learn more? Schedule a free consultation with Precision Aesthetics in Santa Ana / Irvine California by filling out the request a consultation form on this page or by calling (949) 477-9740. Precision Aesthetics is located at the border of Santa Ana and Irvine, California in close proximity to the 55, 5, 73 & 405 freeways.

By | 2018-12-12T07:18:55-07:00 June 15th, 2018|

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