I am wanting my fat from neck gone permanently. Should I go with Thermitight or Kybella for a defined jawline? (Photo)
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ThermTight vs Kybella
Should I go with Thermitight or Kybella for a defined jawline?
Defining Jawline and Neck
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It looks like you may have a little bit of laxity to your submental skin. While Kybella will do a terrific job of removing the fat under your chin, and should also provide a little skin tightening, it may not be enough. Rather than ThermiTight, I would recommend a noninvasive skin-tightening treatment such as Thermage or Ultherapy. Consulting a board-certified dermatologist will give you a more specific answer, as your skin must be evaluated in person.
Which procedure? Kybella, Thermi or Coolsculpting
Although you would need an in-person evaluation to be certain, it looks like there is some loose skin under the chin. For this reason, I would select ThermiTight, which can treat both mild fatty excess and mild skin laxity. The other options only treat fat.
Thank you for your question. There are a couple of options that you have but it is always best to visit a board certified doctor for best advice. You may be a candidate for both- depending on your desired results of course. Kybella permanently destroys the fat cells in your chin. Should skin tightening be needed, you may do that as well. Hope this helps. Best, Dr. Ka
Thermi tight or kybella
It is a little difficult to tell from your pictures; therefore a consultation with a MD who offers both treatments would be best. Thermi tight is better for fat and skin tightening of the neck and jaw line; my first impression is that this would be the better procedure for you!
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