Do you have a meaty mandible, a thick throat, or a chunky chin? Well great news – Kybella has arrived!
Now you can get rid of unsightly fat with a non-surgical treatment that takes just minutes. Dr. Dayan’s office is among the first in the country to offer Kybella (tm) , the first and only FDA-approved injection that literally melts your double-chin. Reverse generations of heredity and say goodbye to your turkey neck once and for all! Kybella takes just minutes. It’s a relatively painless injection, and most people return to their regular schedule the following day. The Kybella injection begins by numbing the area under the chin using a combination of ice and lidocaine. The area is carefully marked using a temporary grid pattern before the Kybella drug is injected into the targeted region. Some patients reported a feeling of “jelly” under the chin and noticed some mild swelling in the injection site. This effect subsides after a day or two and should not impact normal day-to-day activities. Kybella is an alternative to surgical liposuction.
Most patients see results in 2-4 treatments, separated by a month each. In rare cases, up to 6 treatments are required for maximum results. Once you reach your desired improvement, it is final – the fat has been destroyed, never to return. That’s because Kybella actually targets and destroys the fat cells in the chin.
Dr. Dayan is a leading expert in the Kybella treatment. His research company, DeNova Research, conducted clinical trials of the drug before it was FDA-approved. Dr. Dayan was one of the first doctors in the country to receive the drug and begin injecting patients. He now trains physicians from all over the country on the proper way to inject Kybella.
SDMD is home to four top Kybella injection specialists: Dr. Steven Dayan, Michelle Whitehall, Selika Borst, and Maggie Romano. All of our injectors are among the most experienced in the country. The time is now to do something about your double chin. Learn more about this revolutionary procedure – contact us today!
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