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Non-Surgical “Double Chin” Treatment

Orlando FL Facial Plastic SurgeonNeck exercises, expensive moisturizing creams, and even turtlenecks. You’ve done everything you can to downplay the double chin that you see each time you look in the mirror. In fact, you’ve even found the right pose for when you’re taking photographs with friends. But still, you wish there were something more permanent that you could do to address the sagging skin near the curve of your neck and jaw.

Fortunately, there is. Kybella is a safe cosmetic injectable that’s great for treating contour issues around the chin, jawline, neck, and even other parts of the body where stubborn fat deposits are a problem.

What is Kybella?

Kybella is a non-surgical procedure that uses injectables to naturally destruct the fat cells in the area where it’s applied. Unlike other types of temporary injectable cosmetics, Kybella permanently destroys the fatty membranes, offering you the long-term results that you really want.

To get the most out of your Kybella treatment, Dr. Spence will administer the injectable around your problem spots about every 4-6 weeks, until you’ve achieved the full results.

Surgery Free Neck Lifts

Because the double chin area is often a location where most of us retain body fat (even after significant weight loss) it can still cause us to look heavier than we really are, especially in pictures or headshots. With Kybella, it’s possible to get safe and long-lasting results without having to schedule any type of cosmetic surgery or neck lift.

To find out if Kybella is right for you, schedule a consultation at Hillcrest Plastic Surgery in Orlando. Dr. Spence will be happy to discuss Kybella or other alternative treatments so that you can find the best one for your lifestyle.

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