Which would you recommend; Lipo or kybella?
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Kybella or liposuction?
So, while the risk is there either way, the best way to prevent it is to be sure you are an ideal candidate. It's best to see a facial plastic surgeon or plastic surgeon regarding your concern since we do both surgical and non-surgical procedures and can impartially guide you in the right direction. Good luck!
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Liposuction vs. Kybella
Without seeing you in person, impossible to give you any kind of truly accurate recombination. Both liposuction and Kybella address fat. Neither will address lax skin. Some patients experience a mild tightening of the skin in the treatment area following Kybella but without knowing what you like, impossible to say whether or not it would be enough for you.
Saggy skin does not improve after liposuction, it gets worse. The best treatment for saggy skin is a facelift. The surprise for me with Kybella is that we are seeing some tightening of the skin, and results that are "good enough" for many patients who would not do well with liposuction. You should consult with a board certified plastic surgeon who has experience with both.
Skin laxity and Kybella
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Kybella vs Liposuction
Kybella versus Liposuction
It really depends on the extent of fat in the neck because Kybella is particularly effective at treating the submental fat pad. If it is more extensive than that, you may benefit from liposuction to target all the areas at one time.
Kybella versus Lipo
Kybella is an amazing technique that is non-surgical and is often preferred to an invasive and painful procedure like Liposuction. Studies of Kybella have shown that it also tightens up the skin under the neck at the same time as it destroys the fat. I often combine Kybella with Thermage for tightening up the skin under the neck and jowls. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
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