I have round face with double chin. What is best for me - Kybella or Botox for jawline slimming? Very confused! (Photo)
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Kybella is going to be the right choice for the pocket of fat under your chin. Price is going to depend on the amount of fat which determines how many vials you will need. It also takes between 2 and 4 treatments however, the results are permanent.
Botox and Kybella
Kybella would address the double chin in the submental region. Botox would help with the Masseter muscle in the cheek region to help slim and narrow the face.Typically I recommend about 15 units in each masseter and I would use two vials of Kybella to the submental region.
I have round face with double chin. What is best for me - Kybella or Botox for jawline slimming? Very confused
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Kybella is effective for reducing submental fullness, aka double chin. Botox will not help that particular problem.
To be sure what is best for you, 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.
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Dr. Daniel Ritacca
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From your photo it appears that your main area of complaint is the fat under the chin. I would recommend either Kybella or the Cool-mini. Both treatments would work well for you. Botox would not really address the fat under the chin. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
Kybella not Botox for double chin
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