Does Kybella work?
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Kybella really works
Yes, kybella really works. It works everytime on every patient as it's designed to permanently eliminate fat cells. The reason some patients do not get a result is because they are misleadingly told they only need 2 vials or only one treatment session. Kybella usually requires 2 treatment sessions and 2-4 vials to get a good result.
Does Kybella really work for fat reduction?
Does Kybella work?
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Does Kybella work?
Yes...Kybella works! It is made of deoxycholic acid, and works by dissolving fat cells. You will immediately see the effects of this fat dissolving action, as your under chin area will begin to feel very "jiggly" and you will have some slight swelling as this chemical reaction takes place. As for downtime, there really isn't much. You will typically have swelling in the area for a few days, and it is possible to have slight bruising. The full effect of the treatment isn't typically evident for about 8-10 weeks, and treatments should be scheduled about 8-10 weeks apart.
To be sure, see two or more experienced, licensed and board-certified providers in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have treatment. I hope this helps.
Does Kybella Work?
Kybella does reduce submental fullness (double chin) when placed appropriately in properly selected patients. The amount of reduction seen will depend upon the amount of Kybella used and the number of treatments the patient has. Patients need to discuss, with the physician, their personal goals for the procedure so that they may better understand how Kybella can best be used in their individual treatment.
How effective is Kybella?
In terms of effectiveness, Kybella has proven itself effective especially if it is used where it is intended. Prior to getting its approval from the FDA, extensive research and studies were made for it. The process for getting its FDA approval is no small feat. Since Kybella is not a procedure, but a medication, its potency needs to be verified in a lot of patients. Moreover, its improvement degree should be far greater compared to its laser counterparts. All of this just to get the approval of the FDA. Logically, it will not be receiving any FDA approval if it is not effective.
Based on my experience and practice, Kybella will not be as effective if the technique on how it is administered is not correct or it was used on parts, which are not intended for its use. Currently, Kybella is approved to be used to reduce fats under the chin, other places than that, may see less satisfactory results.
If Kybella is to be used to reduce fats under the chin, at least 2 treatments, to a max of 4 may be required. If you are to opt for just a single Kybella treatment, you will not be able to see satisfactory results.
Hope this helps!
Kybella is an amazing new treatment unlike any other that helps dissolve fat in the injected areas. It's fast, safe, effective, and is permanent (as long as you don't gain a lot of weight)! Not toomany treatments can make that claim! I was one of the first doctors in my area to offer the treatment when it became available in the Fall of 2015.
Regarding efficacy, there is no question that this treatment works. Deoxycolic acid is made in the gall bladder and is something your body secretes every day to digest the fat you eat. This chemical has been isolated and can now be injected into pockets of fat to dissolve them.
As wonderful as it is, it does have some side effects. First, the is some pain associated with the injections, usually 4-7 on a scale of 1-10, starting within a few minutes of the injections. I typically have patients ice immediately afterwards which helps tremendously. Alternatively, I can inject lidocaine in those areas which eliminates the pain but increases the second side effect which is swelling.
Swelling is usually highest with the first treatment because the amount of fat being treated is the greatest. The more fat you have, the greater the swelling. It peaks at 24 hours and usually persists for up to 4 days. Temporary numbness and tenderness has also been reported though this has not been an issue with any of my patients.
A month after the procedure, you will notice a definite reduction in fat and tightening of the skin in the treated area. That continues to improve over 3-6 months. I generally recommend one treatment a month for a total of 3-6 treatments for maximum results, depending on the amount of fat you're starting with. Most patients will start with 3 treatments after which we assess the results together to decide if further treatments are needed.
Cost is dependent on the amount of fat in the treated area as well as the total number of treatments being performed. Most of my patients will spend $1200-$1800 per treatment and we offer a 20% discount for a package of 3 treatments. This procedure has a very high satisfaction rate!
Hello and thanks for your question. Kybella does work and I have seen great results using this product in my office. Kybella wouldn't have received FDA approval for moderate to severe submental fullness if it didn't work. The amount of injections needed can vary between 10 to 30 injections per session, depending on the severity of a double chin. You may need to visit the clinic two or four times, with visits spaced around one month apart. Each session should take less than 15 to 20 minutes. I recommend booking a consultation with an experienced physician. Best of luck to you.
Does Kybella work?
YES! Kybella is very new to the market and it does work by destroying submental fat cells. Kybella was extensively studied prior to its FDA approval. It is a great non-surgical permanent treatment for submental fat.It typically takes about 2 treatments for patients to get the desired results. If you are interested, I would recommend an immediate consultation with me.
Kybella (Belkyra) Works
Yes, Belkyra does work by destroying submental fat cells. One may require 2-3 treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart to achieve optimal results. Best wishes.
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