Kybella is currently only approved for physicians. Because of the permanent nature of the injection I would hope that only board certified physicians who are trained by Allergan would be allowed to inject Kybella. Best, Dr. Green
of right now, Kybella injections can only be performed by a physician. It is
possible that as the treatment becomes more widespread, it may become available
through trained injectors, similar to BOTOX or dermal fillers. However, we
recommend that your injections be performed by a qualified, Board Certified
plastic surgeon with extensive expertise of underlying facial structures to
avoid the potential for nerve damage in the face and neck.
Kybella is an exciting new FDA- approved
treatment for submental fullness, or double chin. Kybella (Deoxycholic Acid) is
injected into the fat pad under the chin for permanent results. Often 2
or 3 treatments are needed to completely contour the chin and remove the
Like any other non-surgical treatment, a skillfully trained provider can determine if you are a
candidate for Kybella vs other surgical neck procedures. The procedure is safe and effects are evident
even after one treatment!
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Kybella is an exciting
new FDA- approved treatment for submental fullness, or double chin. A
skillfully trained provider can determine if you are a candidate for Kybella vs
other surgical neck procedures. Check the KYBELLA physician locator site for
#Kybelladestroysfat #Kybellafatinjections #Kybellatreatments
As of right now, Kybella can only be administered by a physician. In time, it seems likely that it will become available as a treatment that can be administered by trained injectors, like BOTOX or dermal fillers, but as of right now, that is not the case. It is critical that your Kybella injections be administered by a qualified, Board Certified plastic surgeon with the necessary expertise to minimize the risk of nerve damage.
I am currently training other physicians how to use Kybella. In the future, I think the state regulations will determine who will be able to administer Kybella.
As a trainer for Kythera, I am being told that they are only targeting physicians at this point. This may change as the market gains more experience with the product.
As the product gains more visibility, you will see a push for mid-levels to begin injecting the product. In fact, I have heard that physician assistants are already injecting.
At this time, Kybella injections are only available through a physician. Although eventually it will be available through any certified injectionist, we do not know when this change will occur. However, receiving your Kybella injections from a trained medical practitioner, preferably a plastic surgeon, with specialized and extensive knowledge of facial anatomy and nerve structure will always ensure a safer treatment and better results.
Kybella must be administered by a physician.In the future, it may become available through trained practitioners,
similar to BOTOX or dermal filler injections, but it is impossible to predict
when this might happen.However, it is
preferable to receive your Kybella treatment from a plastic surgeon or
physician who can mitigate risks and ensure optimal results.