Would a medi spa be the right place to receive Kybella treatments? (Photo)
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Personally, I always think it best to go to a board certified plastic surgeon or cosmetic dermatologist with a lot of experience with injectables. Skill and experience play a crucial role in results. Hope this helps.
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Kybella is a permanent injection and should only be injected by a board certified qualified dermatologist. I would not recommend a med-spa for such an important permanent procedure. Best, Dr. Green
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kybella if injected in the wrong depth or area can result in injury. It is important to be evaluated for realistic expectations on the number of treatments that may be required. The treatment should be administered by a trained physician. If the Medi-spa is lead by a physician, I don't see any harm in it. But if you are not being evaluated before, I would seek another provider.
Kybella in the hands of a trained, experienced physician would be the recommended treatment for your concerns. It is in your best interest to work with a physician who has been trained in the treatment and has experience in any procedure you ultimately determine to undergo. I would be cautious about any Medi-Spa that doesn't encourage meeting and discussing your needs and questions with the physician before choosing to initiate any procedure.
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Dear bkthickumz,Thank you for you inquiry. Not all clinics, offices, medispas are created alike. The most important factor is the amount of training, certification, experience and supervision of the individual doing the injections. Knowledge of the complex anatomy of this region is very important to avoid potential injury/complications.
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