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Published on: 06 Jan 2017 by eastmanvirg77

When should Kybella be administered?

When should Kybella be administered?   

Kybella in Toledo IN is similar to deoxycholic acid in a way that it helps in absorbing the fat naturally by destroying the fat cells. This is an alternative method to surgery or liposuction for treating the fat on the chin. Approved by the FDA, dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons offer Kybella for an effective way of eliminating double chin.

A large number of people who have a double chin are concerned with their appearance.  During a Kybella treatment, the patient is given several injections on each visit with a need for two or three visits with a month’s gap. The results from such treatment often last for many years.

Common side effects of Kybella

The common side effects of Kybella are firmness, numbness, pain, swelling, and bruising around the injection site. The numbness at the site may resolve on its own in a few days. A serious injury that could take place during a Kybella treatment is an injury to the marginal mandibular nerve that helps in control of the facial expression and this may cause an off-balance smile. This may occur if the shots were given closer to the nerve which is another reason why a doctor must be well trained and experienced with this treatment.

Communication with your doctor is the key

You must advise your doctor if you had or you are planning to get a surgery on the chin, neck, or face. The doctor will also want to know if you have any problems with swallowing, bleeding, if you are pregnant, or if you are planning a pregnancy. Also, it is recommended to communicate with your doctor about any medicines, herbal supplements, or vitamins you take.

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